22 things to do in Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is a city that has it all. Old world charm. Beautiful cobbled streets. A starring role in what was one of the biggest TV shows in the world. What more could you ask for really? They even have resident cats, which saunter around like they own the place. Quite rightly, too.
Honestly, there are so many things to do in Dubrovnik. There’s the historic and absolutely charming old town. There’s the narrow streets and alleyways that lead you off in all different directions, just begging to be explored. Then there are the Game of Thrones filming locations, of course, where you can see all the scenes from King’s Landing brought to life.
Here’s my detailed guide to what to do in Dubrovnik. Don’t miss number 14!
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Dubrovnik to Mostar day trip: my review
Mostar is a city in Bosnia-Herzegovina and it’s known for its iconic bridge, the Stari Most.
The Stari Most is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it’s the big-ticket landmark in the beautiful town of Mostar. Read my guide for where to get the best views of the bridge. Plus, the other amazing stop on the day trip from Dubrovnik – the icy cold Kravice Waterfalls.
Lokrum Island: the mysterious island a short ferry ride from Dubrovnik
Lokrum, Croatia, is a tiny island located around 600 metres off the coast of Dubrovnik.
You’ll probably catch glimpses of the island as you explore the Old Town of Dubrovnik. It’s lush with greenery, surrounded by the greeny-blue Adriatic Sea, and is known for its resident peacocks.
It’s the perfect place to escape the crowds and enjoy a slide of tranquillity.