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Top 10 places in Dubrovnik

Our app features the history of 21 monuments and great sites including places to discover Dubrovnik. Here is a selection of the top 10 monuments of the city, with an extract of the texts available in the application and written by our teams of specialists. For full content, download our Android and iPhone Guide and start creating your travel journal for your stay at Dubrovnik

Visit Sponza Palace

Sponza Palace

This palace was built between 1516 and 1522 by Paskoje Mili? Evi? Mihov in a mixture of Renaissance and Gothic styles. The Gothic style appears clearly on the first floor with the lateral windows surmounted by Gothic arches; It also appears on the central window divided into three parts by columns... Read more

Visit The Rector's Palace

The Rector's Palace

In the Middle Ages, where the building was, there was a defense system for the town; It was destroyed by a fire. In 1435 it was decided to build a seat for the Rector of the Republic of Ragusa, for the administration of the city and for a Council. The rectors succeeded one another until 1808.... Read more

Visit Church and Monastery Franciscans

Church and Monastery Franciscans

The Friars Minor built a first monastery in the 13th century, outside the walls. They built a second monastery inside the walls from 1317, but its final construction lasted for centuries. The earthquake of 1667 completely destroyed the church to one element: the main portal. It was carved in 1468... Read more

Visit Fortifications


: The 2 km long fortifications surrounding the city are very well preserved. They were built towards the end of the 8th century. And proved useful as early as 866 when the Saracens sieged the city for 15 months, to no avail. The walls, as we see them today, are the fruit of a long work that lasted... Read more

Visit Lokrum


It was in 1023 that on this island was founded a Benedictine monastery; The monks practiced the cultivation of fruits. Legend has it that Richard the Lionheart found refuge on this island after his shipwreck, and he thanked Ragusa by funding the cathedral. The island was administered by the... Read more

Visit Elaphite Islands

Elaphite Islands

This small archipelago contains many uninhabited islands: only 3 have a permanent permanent population of 850 inhabitants. Daily ferries provide access from Dubrovnik. Šipan is the largest: 9 km in length, 2 in width, 500 inhabitants, a partly cultivated nature: olive trees, vine, carob trees,... Read more

Visit Mljet


This island is located 47 km from Dubrovnik, but it is well worth it. A national park encompasses all the western part of the island, with the localities Veliko jezero, Malo jezero, Soline Bay. As early as ancient times, this island charmed many writers who praised it: Scylax of Caryanda and the... Read more

Visit The Church of Saint Savior

The Church of Saint Savior

During the 1520 earthquake many buildings were destroyed, but there were only 20 victims; The Senate of the Republic of Ragusa decided to build a new church to thank Heaven for sparing a greater catastrophe in the city. This is the meaning of the inscription on the pediment of the church.... Read more

Visit The Church of Saint Blaise

The Church of Saint Blaise

This church, dedicated to the patron saint of the city, was built in 1715 by the Venetian architect and sculptor Marino Gropelli (1662-1728), using the foundations of a medieval Romanesque church in very bad condition. He took as a model the Venetian church of San Maurizio. The church is in the... Read more

Visit Cathedral


The current cathedral built between 1670 and 1700 was preceded by several churches built in the same place in the 7th, 10th and 11th centuries. Another church was built in the 12th century, funded by Richard the Lionheart, who wanted to thank Heaven for surviving a shipwreck that occurred on his... Read more

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