Dubrovnik Sights And Attractions
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Dubrovnik Cable Car
The best view of the entire Dubrovnik area!
Palace that used to serve as the seat of the Rector of the Republic of Ragusa.
Dubrovnik Ancient City Walls
A series of defensive stone walls of Dubrovnik.
City Bell Tower
Model of the old Renaissance bell-tower from 1444.
Copacabana beach Dubrovnik
The best beach in Dubrovnik.
Minčeta stands high above rest of Dubrovnik.
Church of St. Savior
A small votive church located in Dubrovnik's Old Town.
St. Ignatius Church
This urban complex many find to be the most representative Baroque example in Dubrovnik.
Revelin was built as a detached fortress providing additional protection.
The palace has served a variety of public functions.
The oldest Sefardic synagogue still in use today in the world.
Stjepko Art – Atelier
Art Lover’s First Choice
Often called "Dubrovnik's Gibraltar".
St. John’s Fortress
One of the key forts in the Dubrovnik City walls defence.
Cultural History Museum
The origins of the Museum go back to 1872.
Beautiful instances of harmonious and functional fortification architecture.
Onofrio’s Fountain Dubrovnik
Big Onofrio's Fountain is a sixteensided container with a cupola.
Museum of Modern Art
The Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik was founded in 1945.
According legend in the 9th century Orlando and his fleet saved Dubrovnik.
Gornji Ugao Tower
One of many fortresses in Dubrovnik.
The Church of the Holy Annunciation & Icon Museum
Serbian Orthodox church in Dubrovnik.
The Franciscan Church and Monastery
A large complex belonging to the Order of the Friars Minor.
The only openmarket inside Old Town.
One of the most important architectural parts of Dubrovnik.
Museum of Croatian War of Independence
Located on the ground floor of the Imperial fort on Srđ mountain.
A Roman Catholic cathedral in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
St. Blaise Church
The Church of St. Blaise, patron saint of the city of Dubrovnik.