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Dubrovnik

Over the last few years Dubrovnik in southern Croatia has emerged as one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Mediterranean. Surrounded by formidable medieval walls, this ancient city has preserved its historical beauty yet still offers everything the modern traveller needs – from water sports and trendy beach clubs to bustling squares filled with cool bars and restaurants.

Named ‘the Pearl of the Adriatic’ by Lord Byron, Dubrovnik was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in the 70’s. Its position on the Adriatic Sea combined with great beaches and city full of beautiful Baroque architecture creates unique surroundings for a summer getaway. The Old Town is particularly impressive and has gained extra recognition for its starring role in the hit series Game of Thrones.

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Dubrovnik weather

Five-day forecast

WEDNESDAY

19.12.

11°C

THURSDAY

20.12.

14°C

FRIDAY

21.12.

14°C

SATURDAY

22.12.

14°C

SUNDAY

23.12.

15°C

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Top 5 things to do in Dubrovnik

10 facts about Dubrovnik

1.

Dubrovnik has been on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1970.

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Its ancient stone walls encircling the city have never been breached by a hostile army.

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More than 120 canons can be found scattered in these walls.

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The city has graced the silver screen many times and has played a starring role in the Game of Thrones hit series.

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The world’s largest recorded truffle was found in Dubrovnik in 1999 which at 1.31 kg (2 lbs, 8 oz.) was valued at more than $5,000.

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It was also one of the first to recognise the independence of the United States of America.

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The city was once called Ragusa and was the capital of the Republic of Dubrovnik state.

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It was founded in 7th Century BC.

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Dubrovnik was badly affected during the 1992 Croatian War of Independence – Europe’s most recent war.

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Croatia had its own alphabet called “glagoljica” up until the 18th Century.

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