The inaugural Dubrovnik Triathlon event, Earth, Sea & Fire, will be held in Dubrovnik on October 13, 2018, with two races – for individual triathletes and relay teams – through the scenic cityscape of Croatia’s southernmost city.
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
The 5th International Late Summer Music Festival Dubrovnik will bring a series of outstanding classical music pieces to the atrium of Rector’s Palace from August 26 to September 22.
The Dubrovnik Water Polo Wild League, the world’s largest amateur water polo competition, takes place in Dubrovnik every summer and brings together sports enthusiasts and recreational players on some of Dubrovnik’s most popular beaches.
The 2018 Dubrovnik Summer Festival has ushered in another summer of arts – music, dance, theatre, poetry and movies – on one of the most spectacular stages of the Adriatic coast.
Summer on the Elafiti, in Zaton and Orašac is a series of music and entertainment programs organized by the City of Dubrovnik and the Dubrovnik Tourist Board to enrich the city’s tourist offering in the summer months.
Midsummer Scene, the only English theatre festival in Southeast Europe, returns for its fifth edition from June 20 to July 4, 2018. Despite being a relatively new cultural offering in Dubrovnik, the festival has already established itself as a major event and serves as an important platform for international projects and collaborations.
Spring is the best time of year for a memorable sightseeing holiday in Dubrovnik. The long, warm days and blossoming almond trees mark the beginning of the tourist season in the city. The bars, restaurants, clubs, museums and galleries are open throughout the day and open air concerts, festivals and a variety of other cultural…
Dubrovnik Musical Spring is a new event held in Dubrovnik, introduced in 2017 to expand the old city’s cultural offering. Organized by the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra, the event brings a series of classical music concerts to some of the city’s best known locations, blending new and old styles to deliver a rich musical program performed…
The film festival “Quiet Please, Dubrovnik and film love each other” is one of several events that draw countless film buffs to the old city every year. Launched only recently, the event is dedicated to exploring Dubrovnik’s role in the history and culture of cinema and to educating audiences about the city’s rich, 100-year long…