Dubrovnik is a city in the Republic of Croatia located in the country’s southern-most county – the Dubrovnik-Neretva county serving also as the county capital. Dubrovnik is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in Croatia and the Mediterranean. The city of Dubrovnik was founded in the 7th century by refugees from Epidaurum (modern day Cavtat) and was initially named Ragusa. Around the 12th century is where we first start to hear the name Dubrovnik. Before it became a Croatian city it served as both Greek and Roman colony, became the Republic of Ragusa, conquered by the Venetians and Austro Hungarians to become part of Yugoslavia, and in turn Croatia in more modern history of Europe.

What to see in Dubrovnik? Dubrovnik has a whole set of wonders and landmarks both geological and historical as well as cultural. As a priority destination for travelers in Croatia and Europe it offers the following:


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