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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Dubrovnik

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Historical Places in Dubrovnik

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Walls of Dubrovnik , Dubrovnik
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Stand in front of Walls of Dubrovnik, and see why this city bears the title "Pearl of the Adriatic." A World Heritage Site since 1979, the ci
Tours from $23
Fort Lovrijenac , Dubrovnik
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See the castle on a cliff, Fort Lovrijenac, one of Dubrovnik's most recognizable sights, and a detail from HBO's "Game of Thrones." Sitting 3
Tours from $23
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Featuring one of the oldest churches in Dubrovnik, ,The Franciscan Church and Monastery attracts tourists not only for its antique design and
Tours from $16
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Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
There are few places in Europe where medieval walls, red-tiled roofs and marble streets meet the azure-colored sea. Dubrovnik is just that place. Discover the main sights and hidden gems in the warren of streets in Stari Grad, or Old Town, with this educational and entertaining 1.5-hour guided tour. Stroll down the Stradun, the main limestone-clad pedestrian thoroughfare, and learn about the history of the city dating back to the 7th century.
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Historic Walking Area
Stradun , Dubrovnik
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Stroll, shop, and dine at Stradun, the main, limestone-paved street of the city. From the western to the eastern entrance, the popular walkwa
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Cemetery
Cavtat Cemetery , Cavtat
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On a hilltop above town, Cavtat Cemetery overlooks the bay and its sleepy shore, covered in sprawling greenery. Due to the picturesque locati
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Where to stay in Dubrovnik

One of Croatia's major tourist destinations, Dubrovnik remains one of the most expensive cities in the country, especially if you wish to stay in the old town at peak season. You can choose from upscale hotel rooms just east of the old town, but for budget-friendly beds you may have to go as far as the outskirts of town. Many locals rent small rooms in their private homes, so look for rental signs in windows or check with the city's tourist office.
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