The Top Things to See And Do In Dubrovnik's Old Town

Orfhlaith Kearney

Dubrovnik is one of Croatia’s most popular cities. Located on the border of the Adriatic Sea, this city has been listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List for it’s incredible Old Town, historic 16th century stone walls, and wonderful baroque style churches. This is a city steeped in a rich heritage of architecture and culture, nowhere more than it’s stunning Old Town. Follow our guide to the best things to see and do in the area.

Kayaking

Tired of pounding the streets by foot? Take in another side of the Old Town by kayak. There are plenty of outfits renting kayaks throughout the city, and many routes paddle around the walls of the Old Town, passing near Buza, Sveti Ivan tower, Porporela, Old Harbour, before crossing the bay to the idyllic Lokrum island for sunbathing, snorkeling, picnics and more.

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