Your grandma loves Dubrovnik. Your second cousin twice-removed won’t shut up about his trip here. Your ex-girlfriend’s uncle’s stepfather’s-in-laws are still posting photos on Facebook from their time in the city.

So, what’s the hype? Dubrovnik is drop dead gorgeous. Even if you’re just here for a day, you’ll start looking up Study Abroad options in Croatia and attempt to get a job here. There are beaches, bars, Baroque architecture, and those are the only b’s we need besides beautiful babes. Prices in the city are more expensive, but cheap supermarkets, ice cream shops, and bakeries make budget life bearable. Outside of the old town there are plenty of outdoor activities: climbing Mt. Srđ is a definite favorite. But, let’s be real, you came here for the coast—so pack your suntan lotion, it’s Croatian Riviera time.


SIGHTS

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Mt. Srd

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City Walls

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Banje Beach

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Dominican Museum

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Lazareti

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Stradun

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Cathedral of Dubrovnik

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Lokrum Island


NIGHTLIFE

Dodo Beach Bar
 
Buzz Bar
 
Culture Club Revelin
 
Skybar Nightclub

A cliffside hangout that's subbed in swings for barstools.

 

 

The perfect place to get buzzed—a local favorite with a low-key vibe.

 

A dance club located inside a medieval tower, complete with stripper poles and dancing cages.

 

A bit pricier than the other clubs, but you'll be sure to find something for everyone.


FOOD

Trattoria Capriccio
 
Dolce Vita
 
Restaurant Kopun
 
Taj Mahal

Italian food sourced entirely from local merchants—on fancier side, but most certainly worth it.

 

Enjoy the sweet life at this combo crêpe and ice cream parlor.

 

Specializing in castrated rooster (don't worry, tastes like chicken).

 

Bosnian cuisine with large portions and delectable meat platters.

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