Dubrovnik is a city located on the coast in Croatia. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Adriatic. It currently holds a total population of over 240,000 people. This city is listed as one of the 'UNESCO World Heritage Sites' and was heavily built for exchanging goods with other countries, and still remains very economically stable. Most of its hotels and popular holiday resorts and kindly located right by the sea and offers truly picturesque views and is a great place to go to spend your time away and relax.
Places Of Interest
Dubrovnik's 'Ancient City Walls' are located in Old Town (a great ancient town for history lovers and explorers to visit) are one of Dubrovnik's most favourited attractions. These huge stone walls still remain now which date back from the 10th century and are up to 19 feet thick and 8 feet high. One activity that is a must-try is the Dubrovnik cable car. The cable car takes holiday makers along a zip wire, and over looks the amazing and fascinating Old Town. It has already been used by 2.5 million people who have all wanted to over look the town with a beards eye view, as well as its wonderful architecture and strip of beaches.
In this city is that you are able to get hold of traditional Croatian dishes use lots of garlic and paprika are used to infuse their traditional cuisine. Although traditional meals are made up of simple ingredients like meats, fish, dairy products and vegetables, the way in which they are cooked, often grilling and stewing the meat allows it to be healthy and flavoursome; which is perfect for those wanting that real Croatian and authentic dining out experience. The beauty of eating out here is that you can also easily find your favourited Spanish, Italian and English dished somewhere amongst Croatia's romantic restaurants. Often being right next to the sea, and when dining alfresco it is guaranteed you won't forget eating out in Dubrovnik.
As a British national you do not require a visa for tourist and business trips of up to ninety days in any six month period. The ninety days do not have to be concurrent. However, a visa may be required for other types of visit or stay.
All British passport holders require a valid passport. Your passport needs to be valid for the duration of your stay in Croatia. It is always advisable to have several months’ validity on the passport in case of unforeseen situations.