Popular Accommodations in Dubrovnik
Highlights in Dubrovnik
- Wreck diving in the Adriatic Sea
- Game of Thrones - Film tours
- Sponza Palace
- Enjoy Dalmatian cuisine
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Vacation rentals in Dubrovnik
Who knows the HBO series "Game of Thrones", for him a holiday accommodation in Dubrovnik is something very special, because finally the venerable city in the series is the godfather for the royal city Königsmund. No wonder that especially in the heart of the old town there are countless apartments and apartments, which exude a very special charm with their location in the medieval alleys. Of course, you will live particularly spectacularly in the inner ring of the monumental city walls and directly on the picturesque harbour.Holiday paradise for families
Do you need more space for a holiday with your family or a larger group? Then a vacation rental in the northwest of Dubrovnik is the ideal location for your holiday. You will find what you are looking for both in the Poloutok Lapad holiday park and at Suma Velika i Mala Petka park, where you can settle just a stone's throw away from the sea and enjoy the view of the greenery. Alternatively, you can move into an apartment with a swimming pool near Orsula Park, which has a picturesque view of the azure blue sea from its terrace in the shade of pine trees.
Holidays in Dubrovnik
Travelers and Activities
If southern Dalmatia is famous for one thing, it is for its countless dream beaches, which can be both fine sandy and rustic and gravelly. One of the most popular beaches for families is the Sveti Jakov in a bay near the church of St. Jacob, which also promises a breathtaking view of the white old town. Banje Beach is also highly recommended and offers a colourful programme of activities ranging from boat trips to jet skiing and paragliding. Couples, on the other hand, can look forward to the wildly romantic Buza Beach, which with its natural rocky beach is a truly wildly romantic insider tip.Dubrovnik for culture lovers
Dubrovnik is so rich in cultural treasures that culture lovers are busy with sightseeing tours for quite a while. You should not miss a visit to the Rector's Palace and the monumental Minceta Fortress, which will take you back in time to a world long past. Also very worth seeing are the artistically designed interiors of the Franciscan monastery and the Dominican monastery as well as the cathedral Maria Himmelfahrt. The cultural trip is rounded off by a detour to the numerous museums. Among them are also particularly worth seeing exhibitions such as the Maritime Museum, the Maritime Museum, the Ethnological Museum and the Icon Museum.
Things to know
If you want to avoid the changeable spring weather in Central Europe, you can book your holiday apartment in Dubrovnik for April. For travellers who want to use their accommodation for a beach holiday, the best time to plan their trip is between the beginning of June and the beginning of October, when up to 12 hours of sunshine per day and water temperatures close to 25 degrees Celsius are tempting. The months of October and November are still the best months for extensive sightseeing.Regular events
The event year in Dubrovnik offers concerts, festivals and open-air theatre performances almost every week, but especially in summer. However, the town is particularly famous for the annual Festa svetoga Vlaha festival on 3 February in honour of St Blasius, the patron saint of the town. Another top event awaits you between 10 July and 25 August with the annual Dubrovnik Summer Festival. Be there when the city transforms into a single cultural festival at over 70 different venues, from classical music to contemporary band performances and culinary highlights.