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Accommodation in Dubrovnik - Travel Guide

Where to stay in Dubrovnik

Holiday apartments in Dubrovnik offer great alternatives to more expensive hotels. Many choose to stay in the Old Town, which puts you at the centre of the historic attractions, but it can be noisy. Singles and couples will find affordable studio apartments in Dubrovnik that are budget friendly. The neighbourhood of Gruz is located just outside the Old Town and has a solidly blue collar feel with great values at traditional Croatian restaurants. Consider a large, spacious villa in Dubrovnik for families and friends to share in Ploce near the beaches. HouseTrip has a range of Dubrovnik apartments that meet every traveller's needs and budget.

When to go to Dubrovnik

Holiday apartments in Dubrovnik make a beautiful year round holiday destination thanks to the lovely Mediterranean climate. The summers tend to be moderately dry and hot, with temperatures reaching up to 30 degrees. During this peak tourist season from June to September, many visitors come to Dubrovnik apartments to enjoy the sun, beaches and boating. During July and August, take advantage of the Dubrovnik Festival, the region's largest arts festival featuring drama, dance, music and more. Spring and autumn are lovely times to book cottages in Dubrovnik, as the temperatures stay in the low to mid 20s. Winters are generally mild with frequent rain, but the Bora winds can make for blustery days.

Getting to and around Dubrovnik

Most who stay in holiday apartments in Dubrovnik arrive via flights to Dubrovnik Airport. Regular bus service provides convenient transfer between the airport and Dubrovnik. You can also arrive via the ferries that service the Croatian coast and other locations on the Adriatic Sea. Once in Dubrovnik, apartments in the Old Town are easy to reach on foot - in fact, as its pedestrianized, you don't have a choice! Neighbouring areas are best reached by bus, and most routes pass close by the Old Town. Hiring a car is an excellent option for exploring the surrounding area whilst making a holiday apartment in Dubrovnik your home base.

Discover Dubrovnik

A jewel of the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is one of Croatia's most beautiful and popular destinations. This UNESCO World Heritage Site caused George Bernard Shaw to proclaim "those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik and find it." To see why Shaw was so captivated, take the three minute Cable Car ride up Mount Srd and soak in the breathtaking views of the whitewashed holiday apartments in Dubrovnik against the azure blue of the sea. You can enjoy an equally incredible vista from the 2km of the city walls that envelop the historic Old Town. While you're there, be sure to stop in at the Fort of St John, home to both a maritime museum and an aquarium. When you stay in a Dubrovnik apartment in the Old Town, you'll be transported back to the glory days of the 15th and 16th century when it was the capital of the Republic of Ragusa.

Within Dubrovnik's Old Town you'll find a plethora of tourist attractions, from Roland's Column and the Bell Tower to Sponza Palace and famous Big Onofrio's Fountain. The streets of the Old Town are a medieval patchwork that can be a challenge to navigate. Look for the signs that tell you what shops and services can be found in which direction. A map from the tourist info office will help you orientate yourself from your holiday apartment in Dubrovnik.

After a full day of sightseeing, nothing beats the beach around Lapad Bay. The Lapad neighbourhood straddles the peninsula along Gruz Bay with a mix of resorts, residential areas and holiday apartments in Dubrovnik. It has the best beach in the city according to locals. Slightly off the beaten path, you'll find fewer tourists here and some of the best eateries around. Choose Dubrovnik apartments in this area if you'd like a more low key environment.

While staying in a holiday apartment in Dubrovnik, be sure to enjoy the beautiful Adriatic Sea and the countless islands off the Croatian coast. Take a boat to the millionaires' playground that is Cavtat. If all that sea air has worked up an appetite, head to Stradun and feast on the freshest of local seafood. If you choose self-catering Dubrovnik apartment, you can also take advantage of the gorgeous produce on offer at the farmer's market held daily on the seaside in Gruz. Not only will you save money on dining out, you'll get a true taste of Dubrovnik life by shopping amongst the locals.


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