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The pearl of Adriatic sea

Dubrovnik is a beautiful city, the true pearl of Croatia visited every year by hundreds of thousands of tourists. What was and still is the ancient Ragusa, has become part of the World Heritage as a site preserved by UNESCO.

The ancient city is protected by gigantic stone ramparts of the sixteenth century, rich in optimally preserved historic monuments, from the Baroque church of San Biagio to the Renaissance Palazzo Sponza, including the Gothic-style Rector's Palace which houses the Museum of History, despite the bombings of the last war.

The city is a renowned beach destination with an alternation of coves and beaches, including the mythical Banje beach. To enjoy a view from above, walk on the ramparts that offer a view of the sea and the mountain and allow you to identify the monuments of the city. Among the highlights are the Maritime Museum, the Aquarium of the Biological Institute, the Ethnographic Museum, the Cathedral and the Franciscan and Dominican monasteries. You can also plan a visit to the Trsteno Arboretum, 20 km from Dubrovnik.

Recently, Dubrovnik has become even more popular in the world for being one of the sets of the Throne of Swords (Game of Thrones) the cult television series produced by the American television chain HBO.
The city appeared as "King's Landing" or "King's Landing", the fictitious capital of the seven kingdoms, in the second season of the series aired in 2012. Its cobbled streets, ramparts and sea views are featured in most part of the episodes of that season.
This unexpected worldwide publicity has exploded tourism in the city that has just 40,000 inhabitants.

Famous for the ancient walls that surround it, Dubrovnik is the southernmost city in Croatia, enjoys crystal clear sea, golden beaches, panoramic coasts, small islands certainly worth visiting, national parks (like that of Mljet) and the wine region in Gruda.