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City Breaks to Dubrovnik

In the famous words of George Bernard Shaw “those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik”. Paradise on earth is certainly one way to describe the beauty of this astounding city, which overlooking the serene blue waters of the Adriatic seems like it also overlooks the world.

With Dubrovnik’s old town being listed as a world UNESCO heritage site, a leisurely stroll through the pedestrianised town will take you past beautiful baroque churches and aristocratic buildings surrounded by everlasting medieval fortifications. 

With the town’s history based around 16th century merchant ports, the people of Dubrovnik were known for the wealth and sophistication that came along with trading in the 16th century. These days holidays to Dubrovnik are strictly leisurely. In recent years all-inclusive Dubrovnik holidays have become extremely popular and for good reason. Beaches are visions of crystal sands and clear blue waters, enjoying a Mediterranean climate along with a rich heritage and astounding restaurants, it is no wonder this city is so popular with tourists!

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Things to do

With plenty to see and do while visiting Dubrovnik, any tourist will be entertained for the duration of their visit! A beautiful and scenic town, why not take it in via cable car? Offering tickets to the peak Srd Hill, you’ll enjoy a birds-eye view of the vibrant city! Cheap last minute deals to Dubrovnik are wonderful during the summer, especially if you arrive in time for their largest event - the Summer Festival. An annual festival of music, art and drama celebrates the unique heritage of Dubrovnik.

The best way to see the city sights is through one of the guided walking tours! See Shakespearian plays in some of the hidden forts along the city walls, be introduced to delicious local restaurants, visit the fabulous cathedrals or simply enjoy the sun! There are numerous boat trips available from Dubrovnik to nearby islands and this is a great way to spend a day island hopping in the sun. But don't forget your swimsuit and sunscreen!

Whatever your preference, Abbey Travel can help you find the best cheap Dubrovnik sun package holidays from Dublin.

Climate

Dubrovnik has a usual Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters.

Language

The official language of Dubrovnik is Croatian.

Money

The official unit of currency is the Croatian Kuna (HRK). One Kuna is divided into 100 Lipa.

Time

Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 from last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October).