The best time to visit Dubrovnik is September & October. The cruise ships have left the port, the temperatures aren't unbearable but the water is at its warmest. 

The beautiful walled city with its limestone buildings, baroque buildings and shimmering coastline is a European capital to not miss out on. 

Things to do

  1. Walk on the old town walls
  2. Do a Game of Thrones Tour
  3. Explore the coastline & beaches
  4. Take the cable car
  5. Kayaking tour

Places to stay

  1. Prijeko Palace ££  - inside the walls of the city
  2. Hotel Neptune ££ - directly on the coast, pools, water sports
  3. Karmen Apartments £ - Self catering, overlooking harbour
  4. St Joseph's £££ - 16th century restored in old town
  5. Villa Orsula £££ - romantic boutique hotel set in 1930s white stone villa


Where to eat

  1. Lady PI-PI £
  2. Nautika Restaurant ££
  3. Restaurant 360 £££
  4. Moskar Konoba ££
  5. Tavern Arka ££
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