Dating to the 15th century, this is the second-oldest synagogue (the oldest Sephardic one) in the Balkans. Inside is a museum that...
Luža Sq once served as a marketplace, and this stone column – carved in 1417 and featuring the image of a medieval knight – used to be...
This superb 16th-century palace is a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance styles beginning with an exquisite Renaissance portico resting on...
Named after the white wine produced in the neighbouring Konavle area, this tiny bar is a good spot to sample the local drop. Cheese and...
Serving 'traditional food with a modern twist', this excellent little bistro introduces international flavours and techniques into...
Placa 8 · interesting places nearby
A great bookshop with a wide range of English-language books and a good variety of guides on Dubrovnik and Croatia.