Dubrovnik Old Town museums

Dubrovnik Old Town Museums

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.

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Midsummer Scene Theatre Festival

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.

Quiet Please Film Festival in Dubrovnik

‘Quiet, Please!’ Film Festival in Dubrovnik

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…

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Tradition in Dubrovnik: Linđo Dance

Linđo, a popular traditional dance of the Dubrovnik region, is part of most major festivities in the old city and one of the region’s most unique attractions. Linđo has been performed in the same manner for more than two centuries and is featured every year at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, as well as at other…

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67th Dubrovnik Summer Festival

The 67th Dubrovnik Summer Festival, taking place from July 7 to August 25, 2016, will treat locals and visitors to a summer-long series of festivities with a versatile range of theatre, opera, dance and music events, film screenings and art exhibitions held at different venues across the city.

Salvador Dali exhibition

Salvador Dalí Exhibition

An exhibition of Salvador Dalí’s artwork is currently open in the exhibition hall of the Convent of St. Claire in Dubrovnik. The unique exhibition features a series of Dalí’s prints, including the graphic opuses “The Divine Comedy” (1964) and “Biblia Sacra” (1967), which offer a glimpse into the artist’s perspective on the Bible and Dante’s…