|Flight time||2hr 45min|
|Ideal length||3 nights|
|When to go||All year round|
watching the Old Town transform from a cobbled historic town to a funky night spot
swimming in the crystal clear adriatic from a white pebble beach
cocktails at sunset while watching fishing boats come in
It is for good reason that Croatia (and Dubrovnik in particular) regularly tops the lists of 'in' destinations. Crowned jewel of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is truly enchanting - a lovely old walled town in the midst of the breathtaking Dalmatian coastline. Believe us, this is southern European coastline of the most impressive calibre and a gorgeous coastal town to boot.
The city is a heady blend of style and local charm. After an incredible re-birth from its bombing in 1991, Dubrovnik has been fully restored to its former glories and now radiates beauty that often sees justified comparisons with its historic neighbour and rival Venice. Today, the Old Town is criss-crossed by pedestrianised cobbled streets and the cafes, bars and restaurants that hug the seafront boast stunning views of the Adriatic.
Spend your days exploring the winding lanes and enjoying the artistic environment that flourishes here on the main pedestrian street, the Stradun. In the evenings you'll be able to relax, enjoying sunset drinks as you look across the bay to the Elaphiti Islands before heading out to enjoy the stylish nightlife of the city. The Bellevue hotel is perfect retreat at the end of your day.
A legend reborn in style, Dubrovnik has rightly regained its place back in the table of incredible places to visit, and offers a wonderful way in which to enjoy your precious time off.