Try the luxurious Hilton Imperial built in the1890s, it’s just outside the city walls.
If self-catering is more your style, Airbnb has plenty of options, from cosy cottages to luxury villas. Find somewhere in the Old Town for easy access to attractions. It means you’ll also be within the famous city walls which are filled with bars and restaurants.
Foodies will love Dubrovnik, as Dalmatian hospitality is second to none.
Michelin-starred Restaurant 360 overlooks the city’s stunning harbour. It is pricy but with amazing food, you get what you pay for.
You haved to try Zelena menestra or the green stew. It’s a traditional Dubrovnik dishes that you won’t be able to taste anywhere else in the world. It has been around since the 15th Century.
Buza bar is built into the side of a cliff, disguised by the city walls. The drinking spot has views of the Adriatic sea, and cold beer and snacks aplenty.
You can even go for a swim while you’re there, if you can bear to leave the sun-soaked cliffside.
The easiest and most popular itinerary for visitors to Dubrovnik is the stroll around its fortifications. You can set your own pace, take an hour or an afternoon.
Game Of Thrones fans will enjoy the series tour, as Dubrovnik served as the location for the fantasy city of King’s Landing.
When you’ve finished sightseeing, rest your tired feet at city beach Banje, just a short walk from the Ploče Gate.
Or catch a movie under the stars at the Jadran outdoor cinema, nestled in the city walls.
Lokrum, an uninhabited isle on Dubrovnik’s doorstep, is an unspoilt isle lush with pines, palms and cypress trees.
Taxi boats take tourists every half-hour – you can be drinking a beer in Dubrovnik’s main square and be here in 20 minutes – but you can’t stay over. So just don’t miss the last shuttle!