Day trips to Mostar and Montenegro (both 360KN) are very popular. Excursions to Split, Korčula and Pelješac, Mljet and the Elefati...
One of Dubrovnik’s most famous landmarks, Onofrio Fountain was built in 1438 as part of a water-supply system that involved bringing...
City Walls & Forts
No visit to Dubrovnik would be complete without a walk around the spectacular city walls, the finest in the world and the city's main...
Open nightly in July and August with screening starting after sundown. There is another open-air cinema at Lapad.
Spilling on to a square right by the Pile Gate, this place is indisputably touristy. Still, it's a good spot for a light breakfast, and...
Pile Gate information
The natural starting point to any visit to Dubrovnik, this fabulous city gate was built in 1537. Crossing the drawbridge at the gate’s entrance, imagine that this was once actually lifted every evening, the gate closed and the key handed to the rector. Notice the statue of St Blaise, the city’s patron saint, set in a niche over the Renaissance arch.
As you pass through the outer gate you come to an inner gate dating from 1460, and soon after you’re struck by the gorgeous view of the main street, Placa, or as it’s commonly known, Stradun, Dubrovnik’s pedestrian promenade.