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When is the best time to visit Dubrovnik?

Dubrovnik experiences Mediterranean, subtropical climate, with dry summers and wet winters. The temperature in spring and autumn generally ranges between 20 – 28º C, and it might go around 13º C in winter. However, the chance of snow is quite rare in Dubrovnik. Summer starts in May, and the weather is slightly cooler between September to October, making it the best time to visit this city.

When visiting Dubrovnik, there are several events that should be put on your list. One of them is Dubrovnik FestiWine, held in April every year. This festival promotes varieties of wine indigenous to Croatia and its neighboring countries, including Italy, Slovakia, and Greece. Visitors will be delighted to taste-try extraordinary wines while spoilt by the cool, Adriatic breeze.

Held annually from July to August, Dubrovnik Summer Festival should not be missed. This event celebrates classical music, dance, and dramatic performances, representing the baroque and renaissance atmosphere of the city. Visitors can watch Shakespeare’s legendary play, Hamlet, or indulge themselves in the comfort of serenades and waltzes.

 

What are the must-go places in Dubrovnik?

Facing the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is one of the most notable destinations in Europe for tourism. Old establishments built around the city date back to the 17th century. There are some unique, scenic places in Dubrovnik that are worth visiting, and here are some of them:

Dubrovnik Cathedral

Known as Katedrala Marijina Uznesenja by locals, this Roman Catholic cathedral is one of the iconic landmarks in Dubrovnik, located in Ulica kneza Damjana Jude. Built in baroque style, Dubrovnik Cathedral features the altar of Saint John of Nepomuk and the statue of Saint Blaise. A portrayal of the Assumption of the Virgin is held on the main altar.

Walls of Dubrovnik

Serving as the fortification system protecting the city, this magnificent stone wall stretches uninterrupted for over 1,900 meters in length. Walls of Dubrovnik reaches a height of approximately 25 meters, built using mainly limestone in the 7th century. This defense wall also has several forts, including the majestic Minceta Tower and Revelin Fortress. 

Rector’s Palace

Used as the seat of the Rector in the 14th century, Rector’s Palace remains one of the most-visited landmarks in Dubrovnik. This grand establishment was constructed in the Middle Ages, showcasing its intricate Gothic style. The palace now serves as a museum.

 

How much things cost in Dubrovnik?

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Cost (in PHP)

Accommodation

Starting from PHP 2,275

Transportation

From PHP 128.5 (one-way ticket for local transportation), PHP 179,2 (taxi)

Food & drink

From PHP 117 (drinks) to PHP 685 (meal for one)

Medical consultation

Free of charge (as long as the doctor has a contract with Croatian Health Insurance Fund, with contribution for participation costs around PHP 85).

 

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