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The shimmering turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea surround the pale medieval stone walls of this coastal city. Nestled within, the clusters of red slate roofs and intricate renaissance buildings hide cafés and restaurants a plenty, as well as towering historic spires and monuments. There's a wealth of culture to be discovered in the ornate local museums, too. Add a number of dazzling, white sandy beaches into the mix, and you've got a recipe for an idyllic summer break.

Things to see

With the inviting, temperate waters of the Adriatic never far away, your first stop simply has to be one of the beaches in the city. The golden white sands of Lapad Beach, the largest in Dubrovnik, stretch out to the forested horizon, and make the perfect location for soaking up the sun. There's also a number of relaxing, atmospheric bars, luxury hotels, and even a kids playground in the nearby area. If Lapad is the largest beach, then Banje Beach is often referred to as the most popular. This pleasant swathe of white sands lies close to the Old Town, which perhaps accounts for its popularity. You can simply soak up the sun here, or try your hand at high speed jet skiing. At night, Banje transforms into the most popular party location in the city. A slow walk through the twisting streets of the Old Town will be another highlight of any trip to Dubrovnik.

Hotels in Dubrovnik

With the inviting, temperate waters of the Adriatic never far away, your first stop simply has to be one of the beaches in the city. The golden white sands of Lapad Beach, the largest in Dubrovnik, stretch out to the forested horizon, and make the perfect location for soaking up the sun. There's also a number of relaxing, atmospheric bars, luxury hotels, and even a kids playground in the nearby area. If Lapad is the largest beach, then Banje Beach is often referred to as the most popular. This pleasant swathe of white sands lies close to the Old Town, which perhaps accounts for its popularity. You can simply soak up the sun here, or try your hand at high speed jet skiing. At night, Banje transforms into the most popular party location in the city. A slow walk through the twisting streets of the Old Town will be another highlight of any trip to Dubrovnik.

Where to stay

There's plenty of accommodation to be found in the Lapad Beach area, and this can be a great location for families. Not only will you be right next to the glistening beauty of the coast itself, but there's also a sprawling park ideal for family picnics. If you're looking to make the most of the nightlife, or even just enjoy some peaceful strolls around the maze like streets, then finding digs in the Old Town itself is your best bet. For those planning the ultimate romantic getaway, the nearby island of Kolocep offers all the serenity and seclusion you'll need.

How to get to Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik Airport serves will serve most international visitors well, and there's a regular bus service from the airport into the city itself. Alternatively, you can take a taxi straight to your hotel. There's no train service in Dubrovnik, but travel by sea is common here. Cruise ships regularly dock at Dubrovnik Port, and you can also catch a ferry from Bari in Italy (although it's not quite as luxurious as a cruise ship). The Old Town itself is pedestrianised, if not a little confusing at first. Having said that, exploring the narrow streets is a pleasant experience in itself.