Did you know that Dubrovnik is one of the most romantic places in the world? It’s timeless beauty, historical charm, sound of the sea, beautiful sunsets, secluded beaches and more are making this place unique.
Dubrovnik is very popular summer destination, but there is a plenty of things you could do in Dubrovnik during winter. Especially if you don’t like crowds and you are looking for peaceful and inspiring holidays.
Dubrovnik has rich gastronomical offer based on healthy Mediterranean diet. The fundaments of Dubrovnik cuisine are fresh fish and sea food, olives, olive oil, seasonal vegetables and spices like rosemary, laurel, garlic, basil, parsley and more.
Every winter Dubrovnik is transforming into a real Christmas fairy tale town. Dubrovnik Winter Festival is festival program that brings life in Dubrovnik during the winter months with all decoration, entertainment and gastronomical offer.
Dubrovnik is real magnet for tourist during summer season. But, if you want to avoid crowd, heat, high prices and experience more authentic Dubrovnik plan your visit in winter months. There is plenty of reasons why.
Dubrovnik, the Pearl of Adriatic, is town of rich history and cultural heritage protected by UNESCO. The whole Old Town is like a living museum, with something interesting to see at every corner. Thanks to its uniqueness and mild climate Dubrovnik become a world known touristic destination.
Autumn Music Variety is a festival that takes place in Dubrovnik for the fifth time. Festival includes several concerts by Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra. Concerts are taking place in different magnificent locations in Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik Summer Festival was founded way back in 1950 when many theater and music events where established all over the Europe. Dubrovnik Summer Festival was started by artist and cultural workers from Dubrovnik and Croatia in attention to bring cultural events on Dubrovnik historical and natural ambient inspired by other similar festivals in Europe.
Orlando Furioso is a Baroque music cycle organized and performed by the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra. Director of the cycle is multitalented Russian virtuoso Dmitry Sinkovsky, world star of Baroque violin and conductor.
The Good Food Festival, a traditional treat for lovers of the excellent Croatian cuisine, will be held in Dubrovnik from October 18 to 21, 2018