The old city of Dubrovnik known as the Pearl of the Adriatic is one of the prominent tourist destinations of the Mediterranean. Dubrovnik is one of the best known towns in Croatia with its historical old town, lovely pebbly beaches, tiny islands and the wine growing Konavle valley and it is located at the southern tip of Croatia off the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik was established in the 7th century on maritime trade. Dubrovnik flourished in the Middle Ages as a center of literature, art, science and education.
Dubrovnik old town is located within the city walls. The city walls of the old city are just one of many of attractions in Dubrovnik old city. They were built entirely of the white stones, polished with ages, the old town abounds in Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque palaces, monasteries and churches. You will visit the Rector’s Palace which was under the siege of the government and the most important public building in Dubrovnik in the ancient years.Walk up and down the Placa (Stradun), Dubrovnik’s main street.
There is another architectural edifice standing in the middle of the town:The Sponza Palace built in 1520 houses town’s archive including the most important documents regarding the date back to the city and its public in the ancient years from the Middle Ages. You will also have a chance to visit the oldest operating pharmacy in Europe.Then you can stroll down the narrow streets and feel far away from the crowd in the back streets of Dubrovnik, or relax watching the sea and small boats in Dubrovnik’s old port.
Another highlight of your tour can be a cable car tour which takes you from the old town of Dubrovnik 778 m up to the Mount Srd. You will have a breathtaking views from the top over the old town .If you are thirsty in the summer season, you can have a drink or a bite at the summit café while watching the town with the beautiful green islands.