The 16th-century Sponza Palace was originally a customs house, then a minting house, a state treasury and a bank. Now it houses the...
The 16th-century Sponza Palace houses the State Archives , which contain a priceless collection of manuscripts dating back nearly a...
Memorial Room of the Defenders of Dubrovnik
Also in the interior is the Memorial Room of the Defenders of Dubrovnik, a heartbreaking collection of portraits of young people who...
St Blaise’s Church
Open-air folklore shows are performed in front of the church at 11am on Sundays through May, June and September.
A lovely little place that has recently opened in the old town, with a terrace on a tiny street and a cute interior with vintage pieces...
Lonely Planet review
The Orlando Column is a popular meeting place that used to be the spot where edicts, festivities and public verdicts were announced. Carved in 1417, the forearm of this medieval knight was the official linear measure of the Republic – the ell of Dubrovnik, which measures 51.1cm.