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Guidebook for Dubrovnik

Ana & Maya

Guidebook for Dubrovnik

Food Scene
Best sea food in town
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프로토
1 Široka ul.
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Best sea food in town
Although the name might make you think of India this is actually Dubrovnik’s prime Bosnian restaurant, taking the hearty grilled meats for which the region is famed and turning them into quality sit-down cuisine. Traditional ground-meat fare such as ćevapi and pljeskavice are tangy and succulent; the DžingisKan mixed grill for two provides you with a platter of grill-kebabs and meaty chops that will tell you all you need to know about inland Balkan cooking. For something less carnivorous, try the flaky pastries filled with spinach or cheese.
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Taj Mahal Old Town
2 Ul. Nikole Gučetića
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Although the name might make you think of India this is actually Dubrovnik’s prime Bosnian restaurant, taking the hearty grilled meats for which the region is famed and turning them into quality sit-down cuisine. Traditional ground-meat fare such as ćevapi and pljeskavice are tangy and succulent; the DžingisKan mixed grill for two provides you with a platter of grill-kebabs and meaty chops that will tell you all you need to know about inland Balkan cooking. For something less carnivorous, try the flaky pastries filled with spinach or cheese.
A wonderful ambience, an excellent local cuisine
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Gradska kavana Arsenal Restaurant
1 Ul. Pred Dvorom
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A wonderful ambience, an excellent local cuisine
Located on Pile, this restaurant overlooks Lovrijenac Fortress and the Old City Walls. They offer delicious Mediterranean dishes in a romantic and peaceful setting. Their vast menu includes enough choices to suit everyone’s taste, such as a variety of pizzas, risottos and pastas, fish dishes, such as Grilled Squid or Salmon Fillet and meat dishes, such as Dalmatia Style Steak or Lamb Fillet. As an additional bonus, if you’re a Game of Thrones fan, this restaurant overlooks one of the scenes from the show.
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두브라브카 1836
1 Brsalje ul.
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Located on Pile, this restaurant overlooks Lovrijenac Fortress and the Old City Walls. They offer delicious Mediterranean dishes in a romantic and peaceful setting. Their vast menu includes enough choices to suit everyone’s taste, such as a variety of pizzas, risottos and pastas, fish dishes, such as Grilled Squid or Salmon Fillet and meat dishes, such as Dalmatia Style Steak or Lamb Fillet. As an additional bonus, if you’re a Game of Thrones fan, this restaurant overlooks one of the scenes from the show.
Fantastic menu and food, definitely worth visiting! Located near a road junction in the residential part of Lapad this is a discreet and unassuming location for some of the best food on the Adriatic, combining old Dalmatian recipes and fresh local ingredients with a dash of experimentation and flair. The menu includes a lot of fish, lamb and duck, garnished with the kind of inventive barley, beans and sweet-sour fruit combinations for which Pantarul is increasingly known. Homely, informal and not wildly expensive, it’s understandably popular and you should always reserve.
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Pantarul
1 Ul. kralja Tomislava
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Fantastic menu and food, definitely worth visiting! Located near a road junction in the residential part of Lapad this is a discreet and unassuming location for some of the best food on the Adriatic, combining old Dalmatian recipes and fresh local ingredients with a dash of experimentation and flair. The menu includes a lot of fish, lamb and duck, garnished with the kind of inventive barley, beans and sweet-sour fruit combinations for which Pantarul is increasingly known. Homely, informal and not wildly expensive, it’s understandably popular and you should always reserve.
Great ambience, delicious sea food!
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Yacht Club Orsan
4 Ul. Ivana pl. Zajca
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Great ambience, delicious sea food!
When you need something sweet..pancakes, cakes, ice cream- best place in Dubrovnik for sweet lovers!
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돌체 비타
1A Nalješkovićeva ul.
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When you need something sweet..pancakes, cakes, ice cream- best place in Dubrovnik for sweet lovers!
Nearest caffe bar to the apartment! Just follow the road on the right side of the apartment and you'll be there in less then 5 minutes. This neighbourhood café on a residential street above Ploče Gate is one of the few cafes in the area – and as such is a real lifesaver if you happen to be staying in this part of town. It caters to a local coffee-during-the-day-and-then-maybe-a-beer-later crowd, prices are normal, and the vibe is totally different to that you will find in the tourist-patronized cafes in and around the Old Town. Bikes provide the theme and bikers will be greeted with open arms – but you certainly don’t have to be one to fit in.
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Bikers Cafe
39 Ul. kralja Petra Krešimira IV
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Nearest caffe bar to the apartment! Just follow the road on the right side of the apartment and you'll be there in less then 5 minutes. This neighbourhood café on a residential street above Ploče Gate is one of the few cafes in the area – and as such is a real lifesaver if you happen to be staying in this part of town. It caters to a local coffee-during-the-day-and-then-maybe-a-beer-later crowd, prices are normal, and the vibe is totally different to that you will find in the tourist-patronized cafes in and around the Old Town. Bikes provide the theme and bikers will be greeted with open arms – but you certainly don’t have to be one to fit in.
Close to the city market in Gruž harbour you’ll find this lovely old summer residence which has been turned into a bistro where you can enjoy good cooking at sensible prices. Glorijet has earned a reputation among the locals as a good lunch spot.
Bistro Glorijet
16 Obala Stjepana Radića
Close to the city market in Gruž harbour you’ll find this lovely old summer residence which has been turned into a bistro where you can enjoy good cooking at sensible prices. Glorijet has earned a reputation among the locals as a good lunch spot.
With tables spread across the alleyway just behind the Church of St Blaise, Tavulin offers a quality mixture of traditional and creative cuisine at prices which won’t have you rushing for the cash machine. The octopus ragout with beans and polenta (150Kn) is something of a signature dish and reveals a lot about what Tavulin is trying to do – dig some good ideas out of the old recipe books and present them in a fresh contemporary way. Fresh fish and slow cooked veal are among the other regular stand-outs, and inexpensive daily specials are chalked up on the blackboard.
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Bistro Tavulin
1 Ul. Cvijete Zuzorić
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With tables spread across the alleyway just behind the Church of St Blaise, Tavulin offers a quality mixture of traditional and creative cuisine at prices which won’t have you rushing for the cash machine. The octopus ragout with beans and polenta (150Kn) is something of a signature dish and reveals a lot about what Tavulin is trying to do – dig some good ideas out of the old recipe books and present them in a fresh contemporary way. Fresh fish and slow cooked veal are among the other regular stand-outs, and inexpensive daily specials are chalked up on the blackboard.
Nestling under gnarled trees near the Jesuit Church Kopun has carved out an enviable reputation as a restaurant that does traditional and contemporary at the same time. They have reinvented dishes like kopun (the roast capon from which the restaurant gets its name) and šporkimakaruli (an old-school Dubrovnik dish featuring tubes of pasta with goulash) alongside a wealth of delicate pastas, risottos and salads. Quality food, smooth service, and the view isn’t bad either.
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Restaurant Kopun
7 Poljana Ruđera Boškovića
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Nestling under gnarled trees near the Jesuit Church Kopun has carved out an enviable reputation as a restaurant that does traditional and contemporary at the same time. They have reinvented dishes like kopun (the roast capon from which the restaurant gets its name) and šporkimakaruli (an old-school Dubrovnik dish featuring tubes of pasta with goulash) alongside a wealth of delicate pastas, risottos and salads. Quality food, smooth service, and the view isn’t bad either.
Walking through the streets of Dubrovnik you will come across an unusual street food restaurant. It is called Barba – a Dalmatian colloquial word with a range of meaning: old gentleman or man of the sea…Barba is a fast food restaurant specializing in a street style of sea food. It offers a combination of traditional local flavors and spices that represent local cuisine. This is a feast of tastes presented in a new way. It offers a combination of traditional local flavors & spices that represent local cuisine. It is a feast of tastes, though the design has not been neglected either. Relaxed atmosphere with a hipster twist, on a very Dalmatian style resulted in unique & different contemporary
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Barba
5 Boškovićeva ul.
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Walking through the streets of Dubrovnik you will come across an unusual street food restaurant. It is called Barba – a Dalmatian colloquial word with a range of meaning: old gentleman or man of the sea…Barba is a fast food restaurant specializing in a street style of sea food. It offers a combination of traditional local flavors and spices that represent local cuisine. This is a feast of tastes presented in a new way. It offers a combination of traditional local flavors & spices that represent local cuisine. It is a feast of tastes, though the design has not been neglected either. Relaxed atmosphere with a hipster twist, on a very Dalmatian style resulted in unique & different contemporary
A serious convention centre for carnivores of varying tastes, offering steaks, fish and seafood in a multitude of styles. The outside seating in a sheltered courtyard just south of Stradun is especially lovely in hot weather.
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Steakhouse Domino
6 Ulica od Domina
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A serious convention centre for carnivores of varying tastes, offering steaks, fish and seafood in a multitude of styles. The outside seating in a sheltered courtyard just south of Stradun is especially lovely in hot weather.
Takenoko is Croatia’s oldest and most well-known Japanese fusion restaurant. Located just outside Dubrovnik’s stunning Pile Gate, the food aims to give the view a run for its money. The luxury menu and extensive wine list are not for those on a shoestring—but the sushi and the ambiance are beyond reproach.
Takenoko Japanese Restaurant
2 Hvarska ul.
Takenoko is Croatia’s oldest and most well-known Japanese fusion restaurant. Located just outside Dubrovnik’s stunning Pile Gate, the food aims to give the view a run for its money. The luxury menu and extensive wine list are not for those on a shoestring—but the sushi and the ambiance are beyond reproach.
Welcome to an Asian fusion experience in Dubrovnik! Located in a residential area in Lapad, this restaurant is a little harder to find. Open only in the evenings, Shizuku serves only dinner and offers maki rolls, nigiri and sashimi along with a wide variety of other Japanese dishes. To quench your thirst, try some Japanese beer or sake. A popular dining spot, the tables fill up quickly, so make sure to call ahead for a reservation. Open 17:00 - 24:00. Closed Mon.
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Shizuku -Japanese cuisine-
1a Ul. kneza Domagoja
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Welcome to an Asian fusion experience in Dubrovnik! Located in a residential area in Lapad, this restaurant is a little harder to find. Open only in the evenings, Shizuku serves only dinner and offers maki rolls, nigiri and sashimi along with a wide variety of other Japanese dishes. To quench your thirst, try some Japanese beer or sake. A popular dining spot, the tables fill up quickly, so make sure to call ahead for a reservation. Open 17:00 - 24:00. Closed Mon.
Another place that gets its inspiration from old-style rustic cooking and contemporary global-fusion bistro food, Lucin Kantun limits itself to a small menu of seasonal goodies base on fresh ingredients, with fish, seafood and duck well represented. They also have a tapas-inspired approach which means that you can order several small plates of different things and all dip in. The place itself mirrors the approach to the food, with a chic modern interior juxtaposed with outdoor seating in a romantic stepped alley.
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Lucin Kantun Dubrovnik
7 Ul. od Sigurate
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Another place that gets its inspiration from old-style rustic cooking and contemporary global-fusion bistro food, Lucin Kantun limits itself to a small menu of seasonal goodies base on fresh ingredients, with fish, seafood and duck well represented. They also have a tapas-inspired approach which means that you can order several small plates of different things and all dip in. The place itself mirrors the approach to the food, with a chic modern interior juxtaposed with outdoor seating in a romantic stepped alley.
Dining at Sesame is a tale to be told, a 200 year old stone house surrounded by natures greenery and a mere 5 minute walk from the Old Town. Once you enter, the décor takes you on a journey of this grand city whilst the culinary scents begin to override your visual senses. The food is all sourced locally and the sous-vide method of preparing vegetables is used. They bake 3 types of homemade bread each day and the pastry chef makes fresh pasta daily. The menu consists of cold/hot appetizers to sensual mains; get a hold of slow-baked lamb with seasonal vegetables, beefsteak with truffles or the trio of lamb shoulder, loin and ribs with pea puree.
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Sesame Taverna
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Dining at Sesame is a tale to be told, a 200 year old stone house surrounded by natures greenery and a mere 5 minute walk from the Old Town. Once you enter, the décor takes you on a journey of this grand city whilst the culinary scents begin to override your visual senses. The food is all sourced locally and the sous-vide method of preparing vegetables is used. They bake 3 types of homemade bread each day and the pastry chef makes fresh pasta daily. The menu consists of cold/hot appetizers to sensual mains; get a hold of slow-baked lamb with seasonal vegetables, beefsteak with truffles or the trio of lamb shoulder, loin and ribs with pea puree.
Elegant restaurant with a spectacular 360 degree view overlooking the ancient red roofs and stone streets of the Old City. Along with a captivating view, they offer delicious Mediterranean dishes made with a unique twist. Their wine list consists mainly of great local Croatian wines and they are constantly rotating their selections. They also offer breakfast, such as house smoked salmon and avocado, eggs Benedict or Royale, served on beautiful homemade brioche. Reservations are preferred to ensure a seat, as they fill up quickly and space is limited.
Above 5 Rooftop Restaurant
4 Ul. od Sigurate
Elegant restaurant with a spectacular 360 degree view overlooking the ancient red roofs and stone streets of the Old City. Along with a captivating view, they offer delicious Mediterranean dishes made with a unique twist. Their wine list consists mainly of great local Croatian wines and they are constantly rotating their selections. They also offer breakfast, such as house smoked salmon and avocado, eggs Benedict or Royale, served on beautiful homemade brioche. Reservations are preferred to ensure a seat, as they fill up quickly and space is limited.
The place to splash out in style – a wonderful terrace overlooking the bay by the Pile gate, and a rather grand interior - your smelly trainers may raise an eyebrow or two. Imaginative cuisine inspired by your maritime surroundings. Expensive, but definitely in a class of its own in Dubrovnik dining.
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Nautika
3 Brsalje ul.
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The place to splash out in style – a wonderful terrace overlooking the bay by the Pile gate, and a rather grand interior - your smelly trainers may raise an eyebrow or two. Imaginative cuisine inspired by your maritime surroundings. Expensive, but definitely in a class of its own in Dubrovnik dining.
This is the only pizzeria on my list for only one reason- it's the best pizza in Dubrovnik.
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Pizzeria Tabasco
48 Hvarska ul.
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This is the only pizzeria on my list for only one reason- it's the best pizza in Dubrovnik.
This natural cave, located under Hotel More, has, with a little help from the human hand, been transformed into a delightfully relaxing bar. No music is played here: your thoughts and conversations are accompanied only by the sound of the sea. Enjoy a cocktail and give rein to your imagination!
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Cave bar More
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This natural cave, located under Hotel More, has, with a little help from the human hand, been transformed into a delightfully relaxing bar. No music is played here: your thoughts and conversations are accompanied only by the sound of the sea. Enjoy a cocktail and give rein to your imagination!
Cosy, snug, intimate – all words to describe some place small, and indeed small it is, but it also the oldest café within the walls, and not even 35 years old at that. Opened specifically for locals it would be fair to describe this place as Dubrovnik’s best kept secret. Opened by Lući, one of the famed Dubrovački trubaduri it should really be on your list of places to enjoy a beer or two. Don’t be surprised if you find you’re sitting in someone’s seat though. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.
CAFFE BAR LIBERTINA
3 Zlatarska ulica
Cosy, snug, intimate – all words to describe some place small, and indeed small it is, but it also the oldest café within the walls, and not even 35 years old at that. Opened specifically for locals it would be fair to describe this place as Dubrovnik’s best kept secret. Opened by Lući, one of the famed Dubrovački trubaduri it should really be on your list of places to enjoy a beer or two. Don’t be surprised if you find you’re sitting in someone’s seat though. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.
Situated in the Old City, Pupica is the sort of patisserrie which would be right at home in almost any European city, town, or village, of character. Teas, coffees, and juices are a given, but it's the wide selection of homemade cakes and confectionary which offers a relaxing and refreshing change from the cafe culture of Croatia. This should be a definite on any list of places to visit, and you’ll likely find yourself making any excuse just to stop by and sample yet another slice of whatever has taken your fancy.
Taverna Pupo
8 Ul. Miha Pracata
Situated in the Old City, Pupica is the sort of patisserrie which would be right at home in almost any European city, town, or village, of character. Teas, coffees, and juices are a given, but it's the wide selection of homemade cakes and confectionary which offers a relaxing and refreshing change from the cafe culture of Croatia. This should be a definite on any list of places to visit, and you’ll likely find yourself making any excuse just to stop by and sample yet another slice of whatever has taken your fancy.
Drinks & Nightlife
Small beer factory with hidden garden inside the walls. Great for a short break with one of Croatian beers!
Beer Factory Dubrovnik
6 Ul. Miha Pracata
Small beer factory with hidden garden inside the walls. Great for a short break with one of Croatian beers!
What a place to sit – rocky terraces overlooking the open sea south of the Old Town. There’s no running water here so bottled drinks only - which are pretty pricey - but the laid back music and hedonistic mood make up for everything.
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Buza bar
12 Ul. Ispod Mira
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What a place to sit – rocky terraces overlooking the open sea south of the Old Town. There’s no running water here so bottled drinks only - which are pretty pricey - but the laid back music and hedonistic mood make up for everything.
This legendary old-town bar draws loyal locals throughout the winter and all-sorts in summer. It consists of a long first-floor room and doesn’t have any outside terrace, giving it the intimate but smoky feel of a real big-city bar. The walls are covered with album covers and pop-star photos, while Rock with a capital R (mostly heavy rather than indy) blasts out of the speakers. Refresh yourself with Pan pivo on tap and a few craft beers in the fridge.
Exit Rock Café
4 Boškovićeva ul.
This legendary old-town bar draws loyal locals throughout the winter and all-sorts in summer. It consists of a long first-floor room and doesn’t have any outside terrace, giving it the intimate but smoky feel of a real big-city bar. The walls are covered with album covers and pop-star photos, while Rock with a capital R (mostly heavy rather than indy) blasts out of the speakers. Refresh yourself with Pan pivo on tap and a few craft beers in the fridge.
Great place for a morning coffee..be sure to take a spot on the terrace with a view on the Lovrijenac fort.
Caffe Bar The Kop
5 Ul. od Tabakarije
Great place for a morning coffee..be sure to take a spot on the terrace with a view on the Lovrijenac fort.
Located parallel to Stradun, this lively bar offers an array of drinks to enjoy with your friends during a night out on the town. For those who like sweet drinks they have a long list of various cocktails. They also offer a variety of local Croatian beers, such as Zmajsko Pale Ale and Grička Vještica, an extra strong dark beer. As well, for a special treat, they host live music nights.
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Buzz bar
21 Prijeko ul.
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Located parallel to Stradun, this lively bar offers an array of drinks to enjoy with your friends during a night out on the town. For those who like sweet drinks they have a long list of various cocktails. They also offer a variety of local Croatian beers, such as Zmajsko Pale Ale and Grička Vještica, an extra strong dark beer. As well, for a special treat, they host live music nights.
Nigh club located near the Pile Gate. Nice place for long summer nights, working until morning.
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Skybar Dubrovnik Nightclub
8 Brsalje ul.
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Nigh club located near the Pile Gate. Nice place for long summer nights, working until morning.
Back in the day, the 15th century Revelin Fortress used to protect the city from robust invaders, nowadays it is home to the vivacious Revelin nightclub. Its two floors are often jam-packed with punters dancing to local and international music. The terrace is a great escape for some fresh air and its seaside views.
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Culture club Revelin
3 Ul. Svetog Dominika
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Back in the day, the 15th century Revelin Fortress used to protect the city from robust invaders, nowadays it is home to the vivacious Revelin nightclub. Its two floors are often jam-packed with punters dancing to local and international music. The terrace is a great escape for some fresh air and its seaside views.
This vintage chic cafe and rakija bar, hidden within the backstreets of the Old City, is the perfect spot to kick back and relax with some friends. The musically inspired dim atmosphere offers a great environment for a low-key night out on the town. For some fresh air, there’s additional seating outside, tucked in between the historic stone walls.
Soul Caffe & Rakhija Bar
5 Uska ul.
This vintage chic cafe and rakija bar, hidden within the backstreets of the Old City, is the perfect spot to kick back and relax with some friends. The musically inspired dim atmosphere offers a great environment for a low-key night out on the town. For some fresh air, there’s additional seating outside, tucked in between the historic stone walls.
Unremarkable at first glance, step inside and you’ll discover a shabby-chic haven, with couches made from old-fashioned bathtubs and tables from re-“cycled” washing machine drums. Cocktails, creativity and smoothies all in one small but perfect package.
Art Café
25 Ul. branitelja Dubrovnika
Unremarkable at first glance, step inside and you’ll discover a shabby-chic haven, with couches made from old-fashioned bathtubs and tables from re-“cycled” washing machine drums. Cocktails, creativity and smoothies all in one small but perfect package.
Newly opened in spring 2018, the Dubrovnik Beer Company’s tap room occupies the front end of the industrial unit where they actually brew the beer, but still manages to feel like a convivial and welcoming bar. Their own excellent beers (including lager-like Maestral, the Pale Ale-ishFortunal and Grego stout) are all available on tap, along with guest beers from other independent brewers. It’s well off the tourist beaten path and well worth the trip.
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DBC - Dubrovnik Beer Company
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Newly opened in spring 2018, the Dubrovnik Beer Company’s tap room occupies the front end of the industrial unit where they actually brew the beer, but still manages to feel like a convivial and welcoming bar. Their own excellent beers (including lager-like Maestral, the Pale Ale-ishFortunal and Grego stout) are all available on tap, along with guest beers from other independent brewers. It’s well off the tourist beaten path and well worth the trip.
Located a stone’s throw from the Stradunbut tucked into an intimate alley, this alien presence in the ancient Croatian city has actually turned out to be one of its more enduring nightlife landmarks. Karaka (a Dubrovnik word for a traditional sailing ship that also sounds a lot like the Irish term Craic;the name couldn’t have been better chosen) found a successful formula and stuck to it: neat and cosy interior, good service, welcoming staff, well-kept beers (including Guinness, O’Hara’s and Erdinger) and lots and lots of international big-screen sport.
Irish Pub Karaka
5 Ul. Između Polača
Located a stone’s throw from the Stradunbut tucked into an intimate alley, this alien presence in the ancient Croatian city has actually turned out to be one of its more enduring nightlife landmarks. Karaka (a Dubrovnik word for a traditional sailing ship that also sounds a lot like the Irish term Craic;the name couldn’t have been better chosen) found a successful formula and stuck to it: neat and cosy interior, good service, welcoming staff, well-kept beers (including Guinness, O’Hara’s and Erdinger) and lots and lots of international big-screen sport.
This local family is known for producing some of the finest wines from Potomje, a village located in the Pelješac region. Their wine bar, located in the Old City is a a great spot to unwind from a busy day. Sit back and relax in this cozy brick and stone environment with a glass of award-winning Royal Dingač or Pošip. They also are currently the only place in Dubrovnik where you can smoke shisha.
Wine Bar Matuško
6 Prijeko ul.
This local family is known for producing some of the finest wines from Potomje, a village located in the Pelješac region. Their wine bar, located in the Old City is a a great spot to unwind from a busy day. Sit back and relax in this cozy brick and stone environment with a glass of award-winning Royal Dingač or Pošip. They also are currently the only place in Dubrovnik where you can smoke shisha.
Conveniently located in the heart of the Old City, right next to the St. Blaise church, this is a great spot for drinking some superb wine. This chic and trendy wine bar at night, also offers a breakfast and brunch menu for the early birds to enjoy the sights and sounds of the most popular street, Stradun, by day.
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La Bodega Dubrovnik
1 Lučarica ul.
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Conveniently located in the heart of the Old City, right next to the St. Blaise church, this is a great spot for drinking some superb wine. This chic and trendy wine bar at night, also offers a breakfast and brunch menu for the early birds to enjoy the sights and sounds of the most popular street, Stradun, by day.
Arts & Culture
Almost two kilometres in length, Dubrovnik’s city walls are among the best preserved and most attractive on this planet, and a walk along them is an absolute must. Prices individual tickets: - Adults: 150.00 HRK - Children and young people 5-18 years: 50,00 kuna (ticket is valid for the fortress Lovrjenac) - Students, journalists, HV soldiers, policemen, disabled: 50.00 HRK (http://www.tzdubrovnik.hr/lang/en/get/gradski_vodic/5297/gradske_zidine.html)
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두브로브니크 성벽
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Almost two kilometres in length, Dubrovnik’s city walls are among the best preserved and most attractive on this planet, and a walk along them is an absolute must. Prices individual tickets: - Adults: 150.00 HRK - Children and young people 5-18 years: 50,00 kuna (ticket is valid for the fortress Lovrjenac) - Students, journalists, HV soldiers, policemen, disabled: 50.00 HRK (http://www.tzdubrovnik.hr/lang/en/get/gradski_vodic/5297/gradske_zidine.html)
The Dominican Monastery houses inspiring works by the members of the Dubrovnik 15th and 16t century school of painting and a canvas by the great Titian
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Dominican Monastery
4 Ul. Svetog Dominika
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The Dominican Monastery houses inspiring works by the members of the Dubrovnik 15th and 16t century school of painting and a canvas by the great Titian
The Cathedral treasury comprises silver and gold relics made by Dubrovnik goldsmiths from the 11th to 19th century.
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Dubrovnik Cathedral
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The Cathedral treasury comprises silver and gold relics made by Dubrovnik goldsmiths from the 11th to 19th century.
At the Rectors Palace try to conjure up the way the city was governed in the course of centuries and how freedom was guarded as the greatest treasure of the Dubrovnik Republic. Open 09:00 - 18:00. Unified ticket costing 120kn for adults, 100kn for groups (10+ persons) and 25kn for students and pupils includes entry to Rector's Palace, Maritime Museum, Ethnographic Museum Rupe, Revelin Fortress archaeological exhibit, House of Marin Držić, Dubrovnik Art Gallery, Natural History Museum and Dulčić, Masle, Pulitika Gallery
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Rector's Palace
3 Ul. Pred Dvorom
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At the Rectors Palace try to conjure up the way the city was governed in the course of centuries and how freedom was guarded as the greatest treasure of the Dubrovnik Republic. Open 09:00 - 18:00. Unified ticket costing 120kn for adults, 100kn for groups (10+ persons) and 25kn for students and pupils includes entry to Rector's Palace, Maritime Museum, Ethnographic Museum Rupe, Revelin Fortress archaeological exhibit, House of Marin Držić, Dubrovnik Art Gallery, Natural History Museum and Dulčić, Masle, Pulitika Gallery
Visit the Rupe Ethnographic Museum and learn more about the granary and storage of the state grain and wheat reserves in deep pits cut into the rock. Acquaint yourselves with the customs and folk costume of the Dubrovnik region. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Tue. Unified ticket costing 120kn for adults, 100kn for groups (10+ persons) and 25kn for students and pupils includes entry to Rector's Palace, Maritime Museum, Ethnographic Museum Rupe, Revelin Fortress archaeological exhibit, House of Marin Držić, Dubrovnik Art Gallery, Natural History Museum and Dulčić, Masle, Pulitika Gallery.
The Ethnographic Museum
3 Ul. od Rupa
Visit the Rupe Ethnographic Museum and learn more about the granary and storage of the state grain and wheat reserves in deep pits cut into the rock. Acquaint yourselves with the customs and folk costume of the Dubrovnik region. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Tue. Unified ticket costing 120kn for adults, 100kn for groups (10+ persons) and 25kn for students and pupils includes entry to Rector's Palace, Maritime Museum, Ethnographic Museum Rupe, Revelin Fortress archaeological exhibit, House of Marin Držić, Dubrovnik Art Gallery, Natural History Museum and Dulčić, Masle, Pulitika Gallery.
Considering how vital sailing and shipbuilding were to the growth of the Dubrovnik Republic, this is one of the city’s most important museums. The display of models of the fine galleons that were once built here is the stuff of fairy tales – they, along with blueprints from the archives, were used for building the replicas that you might glimpse in the Gruž harbour today. Along with the Aquarium, the Museum is housed in the massive St John’s fortress on the old harbour. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Mon.
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Maritime Museum
12 Ul. kneza Damjana Jude
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Considering how vital sailing and shipbuilding were to the growth of the Dubrovnik Republic, this is one of the city’s most important museums. The display of models of the fine galleons that were once built here is the stuff of fairy tales – they, along with blueprints from the archives, were used for building the replicas that you might glimpse in the Gruž harbour today. Along with the Aquarium, the Museum is housed in the massive St John’s fortress on the old harbour. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Mon.
The collection dates back to 1872 when the Museo Patrio (Native Musem) was founded with a donation from the Chamber of Trade and Crafts and the private collection of pharmacist and ship-owner Antun Drobac. The collection of 100 year-old taxidermy specimens may not appeal to everyone, but kids will probably love it and learn a lot too, and the museum is not so big as to keep you on foot for hours. Other rooms are used for temporary exhibitions. Open 10:00 - 17:00, Sat 10:00 - 14:00. Closed Sun.
Dubrovnik Natural History Museum
1 Androvićeva ul.
The collection dates back to 1872 when the Museo Patrio (Native Musem) was founded with a donation from the Chamber of Trade and Crafts and the private collection of pharmacist and ship-owner Antun Drobac. The collection of 100 year-old taxidermy specimens may not appeal to everyone, but kids will probably love it and learn a lot too, and the museum is not so big as to keep you on foot for hours. Other rooms are used for temporary exhibitions. Open 10:00 - 17:00, Sat 10:00 - 14:00. Closed Sun.
The Fort Imperial on Mount Srđ is the site of a permanent exhibition dedicated to Dubrovnik during the Homeland War 1991-1995. Displays include the fall of the Republic of Dubrovnik, the Serbian aggression in 1991, the victory of the Croatian forces in 1995 and the devastating toll it took on the local population and the city’s rich cultural heritage. Open 09:00 - 21:00. From September Open 09:00 - 18:00. Admission 30kn. Children under 12 free.
Homeland War Museum
The Fort Imperial on Mount Srđ is the site of a permanent exhibition dedicated to Dubrovnik during the Homeland War 1991-1995. Displays include the fall of the Republic of Dubrovnik, the Serbian aggression in 1991, the victory of the Croatian forces in 1995 and the devastating toll it took on the local population and the city’s rich cultural heritage. Open 09:00 - 21:00. From September Open 09:00 - 18:00. Admission 30kn. Children under 12 free.
This 1930s mansion just outside the Old Town at Ploče is the place to see an extensive collection of Croatian modern paintings and sculpture which encompasses almost all important artists since the beginning of the 20th century. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Mon.
MOMAD Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik
23 Ul. Frana Supila
This 1930s mansion just outside the Old Town at Ploče is the place to see an extensive collection of Croatian modern paintings and sculpture which encompasses almost all important artists since the beginning of the 20th century. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Mon.
Birthplace of Marin Drzic This picturesque gothic town house is the place where Marin Držić was born. Držić only became accepted as one of the greats of Croatian literature after his death, as he was a bit too much of a wild card. His many exploits included sending a series of letters to the Medici family in Florence, seeking their help in overthrowing the Dubrovnik government, convinced that it was run by elitist autocrats. He is best loved for his satirical plays, and he is regarded as one of the greats of European renaissance literature. Closed Mon. Open 09:00 - 20:30. From June Open 09:00 - 22:00, Mon 10:00 - 18:00.
Široka ul. 7
7 Široka ul.
Birthplace of Marin Drzic This picturesque gothic town house is the place where Marin Držić was born. Držić only became accepted as one of the greats of Croatian literature after his death, as he was a bit too much of a wild card. His many exploits included sending a series of letters to the Medici family in Florence, seeking their help in overthrowing the Dubrovnik government, convinced that it was run by elitist autocrats. He is best loved for his satirical plays, and he is regarded as one of the greats of European renaissance literature. Closed Mon. Open 09:00 - 20:30. From June Open 09:00 - 22:00, Mon 10:00 - 18:00.
The Synagogue (1352, the second oldest in Europe after Prague) and Jewish museum are set in a building which could be reached from within the surrounding houses in what was once the Jewish ghetto. A permanent Jewish community here was founded at the end of the 15th century following the exodus from Portugal and Spain. The community flourished and included respected doctors, merchants and state representatives. Jews in Dubrovnik enjoyed relative freedom, but there were some restrictions on their activities at certain points in history. The Synagogue is tiny and delightful, with heavy velvet drapes and a richly painted, midnight blue ceiling. Open 10:00 - 19:00. Closed Sat, Sun. Ticket 50kuna
Dubrovnik Synagogue
5 Žudioska ul.
The Synagogue (1352, the second oldest in Europe after Prague) and Jewish museum are set in a building which could be reached from within the surrounding houses in what was once the Jewish ghetto. A permanent Jewish community here was founded at the end of the 15th century following the exodus from Portugal and Spain. The community flourished and included respected doctors, merchants and state representatives. Jews in Dubrovnik enjoyed relative freedom, but there were some restrictions on their activities at certain points in history. The Synagogue is tiny and delightful, with heavy velvet drapes and a richly painted, midnight blue ceiling. Open 10:00 - 19:00. Closed Sat, Sun. Ticket 50kuna
The Romanesque cloister of the Franciscan monastery is an absolute delight, decorated with the remnants of old frescoes, and with delicate pillars surrounding a garden where orange trees grow. The monastery is most famous for its pharmacy, among the oldest in Europe and the oldest one still working. The monastery houses a museum where you can see original items from the pharmacy, plus an extensive library with precious incunabula, manuscripts, a large collection of musical notations and a treasury of artworks. Open 09:00 - 18:00.
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Franciscan Church and Monastery
4 Poljana Paska Miličevića
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The Romanesque cloister of the Franciscan monastery is an absolute delight, decorated with the remnants of old frescoes, and with delicate pillars surrounding a garden where orange trees grow. The monastery is most famous for its pharmacy, among the oldest in Europe and the oldest one still working. The monastery houses a museum where you can see original items from the pharmacy, plus an extensive library with precious incunabula, manuscripts, a large collection of musical notations and a treasury of artworks. Open 09:00 - 18:00.
When talking about finding your way around town, you’ll often hear people referring to Stradun, which you won’t see on any street signs. It’s the unofficial name for the main street Placa that joins the two main entrances to the Old Town at Ploče in the east and Pile in the west.
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Stradun
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When talking about finding your way around town, you’ll often hear people referring to Stradun, which you won’t see on any street signs. It’s the unofficial name for the main street Placa that joins the two main entrances to the Old Town at Ploče in the east and Pile in the west.
Named after the saint protector of Dubrovnik, this is perhaps the church most beloved of the city’s people. Sitting four square on Stradun, its stained glass windows by local artist Ivo Dulčić (1971) lit up at night make a wonderful show. A church has stood on this spot since 1368, but following a fire, the present church (1717) was built in Baroque style by Venetian architect Marino Gropelli, who was also sculptor of the statue of St Blaise standing above the entrance to the church, protectively holding a scale model of the Old Town in his hand.
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Church of Saint Blaise
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Named after the saint protector of Dubrovnik, this is perhaps the church most beloved of the city’s people. Sitting four square on Stradun, its stained glass windows by local artist Ivo Dulčić (1971) lit up at night make a wonderful show. A church has stood on this spot since 1368, but following a fire, the present church (1717) was built in Baroque style by Venetian architect Marino Gropelli, who was also sculptor of the statue of St Blaise standing above the entrance to the church, protectively holding a scale model of the Old Town in his hand.
This fine house next to the Rector's Palace is home to a gallery with some of the finest views in Europe – the windows look out onto the Cathedral, rivalling the artworks inside. The three painters that make up the gallery’s title are famous for painting local themes in eye-poppingly vivid style. Đuro Pulitika’s swirly, candy-coloured landscapes are a particular joy, and it’s a wonder that this little-frequented attraction doesn’t get a whole lot more visitors. The building was repaired and renovated by the US Government and serves as a memorial to Secretary of Commerce Ronald Brown who in 1996 died in a plane crash flying to Dubrovnik. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Mon.
Galeria Dulčić Masle Pulitika
1 Poljana Marina Držića
This fine house next to the Rector's Palace is home to a gallery with some of the finest views in Europe – the windows look out onto the Cathedral, rivalling the artworks inside. The three painters that make up the gallery’s title are famous for painting local themes in eye-poppingly vivid style. Đuro Pulitika’s swirly, candy-coloured landscapes are a particular joy, and it’s a wonder that this little-frequented attraction doesn’t get a whole lot more visitors. The building was repaired and renovated by the US Government and serves as a memorial to Secretary of Commerce Ronald Brown who in 1996 died in a plane crash flying to Dubrovnik. Open 09:00 - 20:00. Closed Mon.
For many, the most romantic of Dubrovnik’s buildings, with its gallery on Stradun and its mix of gothic and renaissance detail, this was always a public building. Directly facing Orlando’s column, the scene of all dramas of public life, Sponza housed the Republic’s mint and customs house – all the Republic’s trade passed through here. It was built 1516-1522 according to designs by Paskoje Miličević. Today, the graceful atrium is used as an exhibition space and venue for recitals. Open 10:00 - 22:00. Admission free. From May admission 25kn.
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Sponza Palace
2 Stradun
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For many, the most romantic of Dubrovnik’s buildings, with its gallery on Stradun and its mix of gothic and renaissance detail, this was always a public building. Directly facing Orlando’s column, the scene of all dramas of public life, Sponza housed the Republic’s mint and customs house – all the Republic’s trade passed through here. It was built 1516-1522 according to designs by Paskoje Miličević. Today, the graceful atrium is used as an exhibition space and venue for recitals. Open 10:00 - 22:00. Admission free. From May admission 25kn.
A gallery dedicated to thought-provoking images of war by leading photographers – essential for anyone interested in the nature of conflict or simply in stunning – if sometimes disturbing – images. Open 10:00 - 22:00. Admission 50/40 kn.
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WAR PHOTO LIMITED
6 Antuninska
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A gallery dedicated to thought-provoking images of war by leading photographers – essential for anyone interested in the nature of conflict or simply in stunning – if sometimes disturbing – images. Open 10:00 - 22:00. Admission 50/40 kn.
Just past the Ploče gates is a row of adjoining stone buildings with gates guarding the courtyards. This was the Dubrovnik lazaret - quarantine houses for travellers in times of plague. Since these buildings were usually destroyed when the need for them passed, Dubrovnik’s lazaret is one of the last remaining in Europe. The rather impressive stone buildings now house artists’ workshops and a humanitarian organisation, and are the venue for concerts and DJ parties.
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Lazareti
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Just past the Ploče gates is a row of adjoining stone buildings with gates guarding the courtyards. This was the Dubrovnik lazaret - quarantine houses for travellers in times of plague. Since these buildings were usually destroyed when the need for them passed, Dubrovnik’s lazaret is one of the last remaining in Europe. The rather impressive stone buildings now house artists’ workshops and a humanitarian organisation, and are the venue for concerts and DJ parties.
Parks & Nature
You don’t have to travel far to experience the tranquillity of island life: The island of Lokrum is a mere 15 minute boat cruise. It’s one of the best spots for a swim. The island’s shores are rocky, but the peace and the racket of crickets are something else, there’s a tiny saltwater lake which is perfect for kids, and there’s a naturist beach to the east of the jetty. Thick pine forests have been complemented by cultivated gardens first begun by Benedictine monks - the monastery here was founded in the 11th century, apparently by grateful citizens after being spared from a great fire in Dubrovnik. Boats leave every 30 or 60 minutes from the Old Town Port depending on the season. 150 KN
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로크룸섬
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You don’t have to travel far to experience the tranquillity of island life: The island of Lokrum is a mere 15 minute boat cruise. It’s one of the best spots for a swim. The island’s shores are rocky, but the peace and the racket of crickets are something else, there’s a tiny saltwater lake which is perfect for kids, and there’s a naturist beach to the east of the jetty. Thick pine forests have been complemented by cultivated gardens first begun by Benedictine monks - the monastery here was founded in the 11th century, apparently by grateful citizens after being spared from a great fire in Dubrovnik. Boats leave every 30 or 60 minutes from the Old Town Port depending on the season. 150 KN
There is a gorgeous view overlooking the Old Town, all the way to Cavtat and the island of Lokrum, from this phenomenal location next to the remains of the 14th century St Orsula’s Church. There is an amphitheatre here that seats 350 and is set on a cliff, 200 metres above the sea. It is a 25 minute walk from the Old Town or a short ride by the No.10 bus. After the Ambient Croatia Association saved and renovated this location, Dubrovnik has also gained a new summer stage for concerts of various domestic and international musical performers, who will play here throughout the summer.
Park Orsula
There is a gorgeous view overlooking the Old Town, all the way to Cavtat and the island of Lokrum, from this phenomenal location next to the remains of the 14th century St Orsula’s Church. There is an amphitheatre here that seats 350 and is set on a cliff, 200 metres above the sea. It is a 25 minute walk from the Old Town or a short ride by the No.10 bus. After the Ambient Croatia Association saved and renovated this location, Dubrovnik has also gained a new summer stage for concerts of various domestic and international musical performers, who will play here throughout the summer.
Getting Around
The 778 meter journey gives you breathtaking views over the Old City. The upper station has two panoramic terraces equipped with binocular telescopes, a snack bar, a panoramic restaurant, a souvenir shop and more. The lower station is at the beginning of King Petar Krešimir Street (opposite the fire station) where tickets can be bought, also in Restaurant Panorama at the top of Mount Srđ, or in Restaurant Dubravka close to the Pile gates. Open 09:00 - 21:00. From June Open 09:00 -24:00. Round-trip ticket 140/85 kn. From May round-trip ticket 150/85 kn.
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Dubrovnik Cable Car
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The 778 meter journey gives you breathtaking views over the Old City. The upper station has two panoramic terraces equipped with binocular telescopes, a snack bar, a panoramic restaurant, a souvenir shop and more. The lower station is at the beginning of King Petar Krešimir Street (opposite the fire station) where tickets can be bought, also in Restaurant Panorama at the top of Mount Srđ, or in Restaurant Dubravka close to the Pile gates. Open 09:00 - 21:00. From June Open 09:00 -24:00. Round-trip ticket 140/85 kn. From May round-trip ticket 150/85 kn.