“Those who seek heaven on earth should come to Dubrovnik”, wrote Bernard Shaw, an Irish playwright, justly in the 1920s. Situated on the southern tip of Croatia, Dubrovnik offers fantastic surroundings for an idyllic city break on the shores of the Adriatic Sea, where the stone pines and cypresses spread their aromatic scent. This historic town is known for its city wall that spans two kilometres, and from where you can enjoy a stunning view over the orange rooftops of the city that extend all the way to the shores of the turquoise sea. One of the best-loved parts of Dubrovnik is the Old Town, exuding with the charm of past centuries. The Sponza Palace, built in the 16th century, and the Dubrovnik Aquarium are also worth a visit.
In addition to the gorgeous city sights, Dubrovnik boasts beaches as long as the eye can see that are perfect for sunbathing. The connections to neighbouring areas are also excellent – why not pop for a visit to the adjacent island of Lokrum?