Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is located on the southern Croatian, as the pearl of the Adriatic, defying time and preserves its rich history and culture. More than a thousand years of its history made ​​him a European cultural center. First as a small community, and eventually city flourished and became the seat of an independent Republic of Ragusa. Dubrovnik masters the art of seafaring, thereby creating a fleet in the Southern Adriatic, which could be compared with the one I had in Venice in the north.


Dubrovnik airport is 25 km from the international airport of Dubrovnik, regularly associated with most European cities, and 90 km away from the highway, which Croatia is connected with Europe. In addition to a very good air and ground connections Dubrovnik boasts excellent sea link. Dubrovnik airport is one of the most visited in the Mediterranean.


The city is known for its cultural heritage, hundreds of years old masterpieces of Renaissance and Baroque architecture, a favorable climate with mild winters and hot and dry summers, 250 days a year of sunshine, beautiful beaches, crystal clear water and fragrant Mediterranean herbs.


Numerous Croatian poets, writers and painters originating from Dubrovnik, which has remained a perpetual source of inspiration for many artists.


Indispensable traditional event of Dubrovnik's Feast of St. Blaise. Every year there are a number of world cultural events, such as the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, the Dubrovnik International Film Festival and "Rachlin and Friends festival."


Dubrovnik is famous for its rich culinary delights, top Ston oysters and some of the best Croatian wines such as Plavac, Dingač, powders and Postup originating from the Dubrovnik region. An indispensable part of Dubrovnik table are sweets like kontonjate, mantala arancini, bruštulanih almond, dried figs, homemade liqueurs from fruits, flowers and brandy with herbs.