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Things to do in Dubrovnik + The Dalmatian Coast

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  • Jadrolinija

    For romantic views and convenient island-hopping, take the ferry one way down the coast (anywhere from 7 to 11 hours between Dubrovnik and Split), ... More
  • Kornati National Park

    Explore the hidden coves and almost 100 islands in this beautiful park. More
  • Museum of Modern Art, Dubrovnik

    A massive renovation in the past several years has made the neo-Renaissance building near Banja beach the best place to gain perspective on Croatia... More
  • Palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian

    A must see for anyone's Croatia itinerary, this fourth-century palace is magnificent. More
  • Rector's Palace

    South of Luza Square is the former castle that now houses the Museum of Dubrovnik, which has artifacts—including old coins and furnishings—from the... More
  • Ronchi Hat Factory

    This nearly 150-year-old traditional Milanese millinery shop still makes its impeccably crafted hats on the original molds. Created by the editors... More
  • Roxy

    When the sun sets, tourists pack into the cafés around Stradun. Natives, however, head farther afield, congregating along Bana Jelacica between Old... More
  • Split

    Every old city in Europe has an Old City historic district—but Split has the only downtown actually carved from the carcass of an ancient Roman pal... More
  • Sponza Palace

    The lush courtyard inside the sprawling Gothic-Renaissance building hosts art exhibitions and the occasional concert. The state archives are also h... More
  • Varadero

    With Cuban cigars and an open-air patio that evoke a Caribbean atmosphere, this Bojnice cocktail bar is situated in bustling Hubanovo Square. Insid... More
  • Veneranda

    This massive nightclub resides near the harbor on Croatia’s Hvar Island and takes on different personalities throughout the day. When the sun’s out... More
  • Zimmer Frei

    Spot this popular bar in historic Groda, the city’s oldest neighborhood that centers on Svetog Stjepana (St. Stephen) Square, thanks to the all-whi... More
  • Zlatni Rat Beach

    Located on Croatia's Brac Island, Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) Beach takes its moniker from the cone-shaped, white-pebble beach that measures out to ab... More

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