Sitting in the 16th-century Rupe Granary, the Ethnographic Museum contains exhibits relating to agriculture and local customs.
One of Dubrovnik’s most famous landmarks, Onofrio Fountain was built in 1438 as part of a water-supply system that involved bringing...
The natural starting point to any visit to Dubrovnik, this fabulous city gate was built in 1537. Crossing the drawbridge at the gate’s...
St Saviour Church
The Dubrovnik String Quartet gives concerts throughout autumn on Monday nights here.
Sugar & Spice
A gorgeous little cafe/bakery whose owner is a master of cheesecake, carrot cake, banana pie and divine chocolate torte. She also makes...
Open-Air Cinema information
Lonely Planet review
Open nightly in July and August with screening starting after sundown. There is another open-air cinema at Lapad.