Recognized as one of the most beautiful tourist cities in the World, Dubrovnik is situated along the Adriatic Sea at the southern extreme of the Croatian coastline. Nicknamed as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, Dubrovnik is enlisted since 1979 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Originally built around a maritime trade during the Middle-Ages which was intended to rival Venice, Dubrovnik eventually developed to admirable levels during the 15th and 16th centuries. Showcasing a stunning architecture steeped in sculptural detail, this historic Mediterranean town of Dubrovnik features numerous spectacular churches, museums, monasteries and fountains.
Served by the Dubrovnik International Airport which is located at a distance of 20 kilometers from the city centre, unlike other Croatian cities, Dubrovnik is inaccessible by railways. Comfortably accessible by cruise ships and ferries, Dubrovnik is also conveniently connected through a beautiful, scenic coastal roadway journey from Split, Zagreb and other Croatian cities and towns.