The Delights Of Dubrovnik

Along the long coastline of the Mediterranean, there are so many countries with special natural scenes and various culture. Croatia is one of the countries by the Mediterranean.It is just located at the crossroads of Central Europe, Southeast Europe and the Mediterranean. The continental and Mediterranean climates impact this country and create a good many cities with special natural and cultural scenes.

Dubrovnik is one of the most attractive tourist destination in Croatia. Located on the Adriatic sea, this city has the population of 42,615.

As a historically city for maritime trade, Dubrovnik was the capital of the Republic of Ragusa in the Middle Ages. It was chosen one of the ten best medieval walled cities in the world. In addition, it is in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

Attractions in Dubrovnik

In Dubrovnik, tourists can often see statues of SvetiVlaho (namely Saint Blaise), the patron saint of the city. Besides, there is also a big church named after him. Every year, local people will celebrate the feast of SvetiVlaho with Mass, parades and festivities on 3 February.

Except for common sightseeing and traveling, tourists can join in a famous cultural event called Dubrovnik Summer Festival from 10 July to 25 August every year. At that time, live plays, concerts and games will be on show continuously.

As an ancient city, Dubrovnik has a lot of old buildings. For example, Arboretum Trsteno is the oldest arboretum in the world that was founded before the 16th century. Moreover, there is the third oldest and the only running ancient pharmacy in Europe which was created in 1317.

Tourist can walk along the streets and experience the old walled city. What’s more, some scenic spots in Dubrovnik will be recommended here to help tourist find the charm of this city deeply.

Mljet Island. It is the paradise for wildlife. Beach, salt water lakes and an old monastery also appeal tourists.

– St. Dominic Street. As the location filmed in Game of Thrones, the famous TV series, the ancient street becomes world-famous.

Lokrum Island. Fort Royal Castle together with Benedictine monastery and a botanical garden were heritage places traced to the era of Austrian Archduke Maximilian in the 1800s.

The Rector’s Palace. The gothic palace was served as the seat of the Rector in the Republic of Ragusa from the 14th to 19th century.

Fort Bokar. It is the oldest preserved fort in Europe and one of the most beautiful functional fortification architecture. The fort was build from 1461 to 1463. 

Visa to Dubrovnik

In order to travel in Dubrovnik, tourists from some countries have to apply for Turkish visas In addition, citizens of the United States, the Unite Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand are free of visa too. Russian, Turkish and Ukrainian cities can apply for Turkey visas which provides you assistance to get visa easily.

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