Built in the late 15th century for the elected rector who governed Dubrovnik, this Gothic-Renaissance palace contains the rector’s...
St Blaise’s Church
Dedicated to the city's patron saint, this imposing church was built in 1715 in the ornate baroque style. The interior is notable for...
Jazz Caffe Troubadour
Tucked into a corner behind the cathedral, Troubadour looks pretty nondescript during the day. That all changes on summer nights, when...
Gundulićeva Poljana information
The narrow street opposite the Rector’s Palace opens onto this square, where a bustling morning produce market is held. The monument at its centre commemorates Dubrovnik’s famous poet, Ivan Gundulić. Reliefs on the pedestal depict scenes from his epic poem, Osman .