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Introduction to Dubrovnik

Imagine a town with red tile-roofed buildings marching up winding streets that front a brilliant blue sea. This is Dubrovnik, often called "the pearl of the Adriatic." If you've always wanted to visit this UNESCO World Heritage City, Skyscanner can help. Use our innovative online search engine to find the perfect hotel at the best rate. Book the cheapest airfare while you're at it. Then its off to see why the author George Bernard Shaw adored this Croatian gem.

Things to Do in Dubrovnik

Dating back to the 11th century, Dubrovnik's Old Town is considered one of the most lovingly preserved medieval locales on the planet. In it's heyday, the port city was just as big a trade centre as Venice. Of course that meant having to be well-protected from pirates and other invaders. Walk along the tops of the ancient stone walls for a panoramic view of the city and the Dalmatian Coast. Climb the steps to the top of Lovrijenac Fort, which took five centuries to complete, beginning in 1018. Inside you'll find the chapel of St Lawrence and a courtyard often used for theatrical performances. Shakespeare's Hamlet is a local favourite.

Take a ferry ride to Korcula Island and its Old Town, home to St. Mark's Cathedral. You'll also find the alleged birthplace of Marco Polo, but that local legend has been in dispute for centuries. The Korcula Town Museum features artefacts dating back to the Renaissance and Ancient Greece. The Moreska Sword Dance is performed most evenings, displaying the swordplay used in medieval fighting. Tours are available for your Korcula adventure as well as for wine tasting excursions, sunset sails and visits to local nature areas.

Getting To and Around Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) is about 20 kilometres south of the city in Cilipi. Though rental cars are available, they may not be the best choice for visiting Dubrovnik. Much of the city is pedestrian-only, the rest has narrow streets and few easy parking options. Regularly scheduled airport buses take you from the airport to Pile Gate, the entrance to Old Town. Cost is about $8.00 CAD and there is no problem with bringing luggage aboard. Taxis are also available, averaging between $34.00 CAD and $40.00 CAD. You can also opt to take the bus to the Pile Gate and then pick up a taxi to your final destination. Taxis are abundant in this busy drop off area. Local currency is the Croatian Kuna.

Hotels in Dubrovnik

Hotels in Dubrovnik range from luxurious five-star properties to locally owned gems that exude local charm. Some properties offer half-board meal plans, including two meals a day, and breakfast plans in addition to room only rates.

  • The Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik Hotel sits only 250 metres from the Adriatic Sea and is a premier vacation and business traveller resort. Accommodations range from Classic Twin Rooms with either park or ocean views to Luxury Apartments with floor to ceiling windows and large furnished balconies overlooking the ocean. All rooms have Wi-Fi and Satellite TV. Buffet breakfast and dinner is included. Enjoy a treatment at the Regusa Spa or relax around the oversized pool, that is if you don't want to take that short walk to a shaded lounger on the beach.
  • For a more intimate hotel experience, try the Villa Glavic, a delightfully refurbished 21-room mansion overlooking the Dalmatian Coast. Accommodations range from Classic Rooms facing the mountains to Deluxe Rooms with balconies offering panoramic ocean views. Smoking and non-smoking rooms are offered and Wi-Fi is free. The hotel is within walking distance of Banje Beach and the Museum of Modern Art. Breakfast is included.