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Dubrovnik sleep location_stari grad: 42.640944, 18.108301
Sleep location_Noćni: 42.640715, 18.109117
Dubrovnik sleap location_Brodska luka: 42.657705, 18.085814
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Dubrovnik sleep location_stari grad

Stari grad
42.641044, 018.110334 (42°38’27.8″N, 018°06’37.2″E)
Stari grad-Autobusni kolodvor 2.7 km
Stari grad-Zračna luka 19 km
Stari grad-Stara luka 0 km
Stari grad-Nova luka Gruž 3 km

Dubrovnik, Hrvatska
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Noćni život 
42.641044, 018.110334 (42°38’27.8″N, 018°06’37.2″E)

Noći život-Autobusni kolodvor 2.7 km
Noći život-Zračna luka 19 km

Dubrovnik, Hrvatska
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Dubrovnik sleap location_Brodska luka

Brodska luka
42.658353, 018.086210 (42°39'30.1"N, 018°05'10.4"E)

Brodska luka-Stari grad 3 km
Brodska luka-Autobusni kolodvor 1.3 km
Brodska luka-Backpackers 3 km
Brodska luka-Opuštajući i obiteljski odmor

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Dubrovnik guide

Why visit the city of Dubrovnik? Perhaps because of the rich history that it offers, the fact that since 1979, the city was taken under the protection of UNESCO, or because of the open stages which hold performances of Renaissance music and dance or Dalmatian choirs? If you long for some tradition, the Cathedral, the remains of the Benedictine monastery from the 12th century, the Royal Fortress, the Dominican Monastery Museum and the Maritime Museum, are the places you absolutely must visit. In the Cathedral you will find artifacts dating back to the 11th – 19th century. A collection of paintings by masters of the Dubrovnik school of painting from the 15th and 16th century is kept in the Museum of the Dominican monastery. The interesting history of Dubrovnik’s maritime tradition can be studied at the above mentioned Maritime Museum. In terms of modern life, Dubrovnik offers events such as Libertas Film Festival, contents such as jeep safaris, sailing to Elafiti islands. The island of Lokrum, also known as the island of love, is located in the immediate vicinity of the city. Also, the nudist beach is one of the favorite attractions of Dubrovnik, thanks to a warm, dry, mild Mediterranean climate, which affects the city. For gourmets, the city of Dubrovnik boasts the recipes from the past – the taste of seafood delicacies was preserved, such as the oyster (Ostrea edulis).

Why you should visit Dubrovnik


View of the old city walls is one of the most beautiful sights that you can see and Dubrovnik is proud of it. Besides the views, Dubrovnik is beautiful because of its numerous forts, towers and cathedrals, churches and synagogues which  reflect the uniqueness of the city. Also, it is certainly worth visiting the birth houses of important Croats and museums which tell the story of Dubrovnik. Top sights and attractions that we recommend you to visit are: Old Town of Dubrovnik, City Walls, The Rector’s Palace, Dubrovnik Cable Car, Dubrovnik Cathedral, Viewpoint Srđ, Lokrum Island, Stradun, Church of St. Blaise, Big Onofrio Fountain, Minčeta Tower, Banje Beach, Lapad beach, Orlando Column, Mljet.


Dubrovnik is one of the many destinations that tourists visit because of the excellent nightlife and entertainment. In many cafes and on the beaches, almost every night, people organize hangouts where friendly staff and refreshments wait for you. Top clubs and bars we recommend you to visit are: Sky bar, La Bodega, Revelin Disco klub.


As for the gastronomic offer in Dubrovnik, we are sure that you will find delicious specialties relevant to this area, in many restaurants and taverns. The most common foods come from the Adriatic Sea (octopus, cuttlefish, shrimp, various types of fish, etc.), and Dubrovnik’s expert chefs will prepare them just for you.


Dubrovnik has more than 250 sunny days in a year. In addition, its central annual temperature is 16.6 °C  (61 °F) . If you can not decide when to visit Dubrovnik due to temperature, maybe the fact that the central annual temperature in the coldest month is 9 °C (48 °F), and in the warmest month 26 °C (79 °F), will help.

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Dubrovnik 20000, Dalmatia


GPS coordinates:
42.640874, 018.109033 (42°38’27.1″N, 018°06’32.5″E)


Sea distance:
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Town hall: grad@dubrovnik.hr


Town hall: 00385 (0)20 351 800


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    Prices in Dubrovnik

    Restaurants Pizza
    70 HRK (9.2 EUR)
    60 HRK (7.90 EUR)
    10 HRK ( 1.3 EUR)
    6.5 HRK (0.85 EUR)
    25 HRK (3.30 EUR)
    7 HRK (0.90 EUR)
    Olive oil
    90 HRK (12.10 EUR)
    25 HRK (3.30 EUR)
    40 HRK (5.20 EUR)
    Cafes Caffe
    30 HRK (4 EUR)
    40 HRK (5.2 EUR)
    Fizzy drinks
    25 HRK (3.3 EUR)
    2 person hotel
    1200 HRK (32 EUR)
    2 person apartment
    450 HRK (60EUR)
    1 person hostel
    200 HRK (26 EUR)
    Generally Flat 50 m2
    125 000 EUR
    Monthly Salary
    7700 HRK (1000 EUR)
    Monthly expenses
    1200 HRK (160 EUR)
    Fuel Euro 95
    9.50 HRK (1.25 EUR)
    Euro diesel
    8.50 HRK (1.10 EUR)
    Gas fuel
    4 HRK (0.50 EUR)


    One of the most expensive cities in Croatia is Dubrovnik.

      Find the best location for you to stay depending on your needs

      We advise you where to find accommodation depending on what type of traveler you are.
      For example, if you are more of a nightlife type, then you will find accommodation near popular tourist streets and night clubs, if you prefer a peaceful and quiet vacation, then it is best for you to accommodate near beaches or parks, and if you are a backpacker travelling without a car, then you should settle in the center, where all events and tourist attractions are located.

      Look up for the marked locations on the map for accommodation and their distance from important points of interest.




      You like going out until late at night, popular tourist streets abounding with people, night clubs and similar activities? Then accommodate in the center of events and don’t waste too much time on traveling.

      Relaxing vacation


      You had enough of business stress and you went on vacation to relax far away from the everyday hustle? For you it is best to settle right next to a beach, park or in the old city center where at the evening you will visit popular sights after enjoying on the beach.



      You are always willing to spend time with people, because of which you travel in a unique way so you could meet the local people and make new acquaintances. If you travel without a car and have a limited budget, we recommend you a favorable accommodation in the city centre so that everything is at hand’s reach.

        Scams in Dubrovnik

        During your stay in Dubrovnik, you do not have to be afraid of frauds and theft, because Croatia is a safe country, and you will be safe in it. You will rarely see a thief or a criminal running from the police in the street because they are almost no such occurrences. Also, as far as the retailers in Croatia, people are very friendly, sometimes they are even willing to negotiate the price, but they will definitely not try to trick you.

        The only thing you should be careful about is when you are driving with a taxi make sure that the taxi driver turns on the taximeter, because they are obliged to do that but sometimes they “forget” and charge you more then they should.


          Croatia boasts on numerous private taxis who are always there for you. In some cities, from your accommodation place to your destination it will take you 20kn/5 km, which is more than affordable. The friendly staff will show you a place where something is, explain where you can find something or simply answer your questions.


          The entire Croatia has a highly developed and modern bus transportation. Affordable, friendly staff, comfortable seats and wifi in some. Simply enough for a pleasant journey.


          As far as marine transport in Croatia, we can say that we have good connectivity to many European cities. With the beautiful Adriatic sea, scenery, friendly staff, very clean and safe type of transport, your trip will be unforgettable and you will hardly wait to repeat it.

          Cable cartransport_uspinjaca

          Dubrovnik offers transportation for Srđ with a Cable car. During the ride you will enjoy in the fantastic panoramic view on the entire city. Price of the ride for one way is 60 HRK (7.90 EUR), return ticket is 108 HRK (14,20 EUR), detail info about prices view on this link.


          Croatia is relatively well connected via the air transport. You can mainly travel across the bigger cities, as well as bigger islands which record a larger number of tourists. The main central airport connected to other airports in Croatia is the city of Zagreb. The country has its own airline called Croatia Airlines. The company’s airplanes are secure and comfortable, but are usually rather small. Croatia airlines offers domestic flights, as well as international flights to major European cities.


            If you wish to afford a solid holiday in Croatia, here are a few tips. Please note that prices are different in different parts of the country, but the difference is not that big. For a single person’s seven days stay in Dubrovnik it takes about 1500 HRK (200 EUR) for accommodation, 1000 HRK (130 EUR) for food, 700 HRK (90 EUR) for pocket money and a few souvenirs.


            Croatia has a very good knowledge of foreign languages. The Croats skillfully communicate mostly in English, then in German, Italian, and French, Spanish, Hungarian and other languages known to a smaller number of people.


            In terms of religion, Croatia provides its citizens with freedom of choice. However, the largest number of believers belong to Catholicism, Orthodox and evangelical religion, then to Islam and Protestantism. But there is also a certain percentage of people referred to as atheists or members of other religious communities.


            In Croatia there are type C, E and F outlets, so if you do not have an appropriate cable, we recommend that you take the appropriate adapter with you. The voltage in the country is 220, 240V.  uticnica


            The currency used in Croatia is kuna (HRK). In order to have an idea of the value of the kuna, here is a couple of examples of it’s value: 1 EUR (7.50 HRK), 1 USD (6.80 HRK), 1 CHF (6.80 HRK) 100 JPY (6.10 HRK), 1 CNY (1 HRK).

            Phone – SIM card

            SIM card – pay as you go that are mostly used in Croatia are Bon-Bon, Tele2, Tomato. Prices for calls within the Croatia are quite affordable and you do not have to expect high costs. If you phone home, the price of outgoing calls to the Member States of the European Union amounts is 4.50 HRK (0.60 EUR)/min, and the price of the message is 0.99 HRK (0.13 EUR).

              Top attractions in Dubrovnik