Why shouldn’t you visit Dubrovnik out of the summer season? There is a plenty of reasons why Dubrovnik should be your choice for winter/spring vacation. Winter Saturday Mornings in the City is an event organized for tourists that are visiting Dubrovnik during winter.
Our ancestors also had fun, and so should we… is a moto of Dubrovnik Carnival. It’s time of year when people are having fun being someone else. Special atmosphere of joy, laughter and fun is taking over the city.
The Night of Museums is traditional cultural manifestation in Croatia that is taking place in different museums, in a numerous town all over the country. This year The Night of Museums will be held on February 1st, it will start at 6 p.m. and last till 1 a.m.
Dubrovnik Festa is multi-day event held in honor of St. Blaise the patron of Dubrovnik. The manifestation is being held around the St. Blaise holiday and the Day of the City of Dubrovnik. This event has charity character.
New Year’s Eve is an excellent time to visit Dubrovnik. The warm, joyous atmosphere during the Advent season and in the days leading to New Year’s festivities is a special experience and one not easily forgotten.
The Dubrovnik Winter Festival, a relatively new addition to the city’s versatile cultural and entertainment offering, returns to Dubrovnik from December 2, 2018 to January 6, 2019 to usher in the season of winter holiday festivities and see the current year off in style.
Autumn is the perfect time of year for a relaxing holiday in Dubrovnik. With agreeable temperatures throughout the months of September, October and even November, autumn is an extension of the long, warm holiday season, inviting visitors to discover the city’s history, culture, traditions and hospitality after the summer has ended
Advent is a festive season in Dubrovnik, with holiday decorations lighting up the city and ushering in the Christmas and New Year’s festivities with a series of special events and programs.
Dubrovnik has plenty of museums to keep visitors busy while they are visiting the city. Many of these are located in the Old Town and they let history buffs dive into the local history of seafaring, trade, combat, art, agricultural practices and everyday life.
For travellers visiting Dubrovnik, the island of Korčula is one of the favourite destinations for day trips and boating getaways. Situated on the eastern side of the island, facing the Pelješac peninsula, the town of Korčula is very easy to reach from Dubrovnik by bus, car or ferry, especially during the peak tourist season, when…