The moment you step into the city, you will feel the breath of its libertarian spirit and glorious history. Dubrovnik lives for culture and arts, and generously shares that atmosphere with every open-hearted visitor.
Cultural and Historical Museum - The museum is placed in the Prince's Palace and treasures various exhibits, like a collection of the city's silver coins, medals, weaponry, vestments and old furniture. Beside the historical heritage, the museum preserves valuable paintings, the works of the old Croatian and Italian masters.
Ethnographic Museum Rupe -
The old barn built in the 16th century provides a magical ambience for ethnographic displays. This place was originally used for grain storage.
Learn more about customs and traditional crafts of Dubrovnik Republic.
Marin Drzic House - The home of the famous Croatian playwright was redesigned to a kind of a multimedial, ambient museum. Meet the characters from the author's most popular plays and find out more on his life and work in an interesting way.
Art Gallery Dubrovnik - The gallery is placed in a representative palace built in neo-Renaissance and Gothic style. It exhibits works of art, mostly paintings, from the end of the 19th century until nowadays. Enjoy the art of Vlaho Bukovac, Ignjat Job or Celestin Medovic, the eminent names of the modern Croatian art.
Dubrovnik Cathedral - If you are fond of art, it is good to know that Cathedral treasures a respectable collection of paintings, including the works of Tizian and Raffael.
Dubrovnik Summer Festival - will enable you to experience a true spirit of the town. This world-known traditional manifestation is held annually in July and August since 1950. During that time, Dubrovnik hosts many local and international artists. Enjoy performances of classical music, ballet, dance, opera and plays in a magical ambience of several spots in the Old Town.
Festival of St. Blaise - A celebration dedicated to the patron saint of Dubrovnik takes place each year on February 3rd.
Libertas Film Festival - The festival usually takes place in mid-April and presents recent Croatian and international film production.
Dubrovnik Shakespeare Festival -
The city of culture celebrates the famous playwright through various workshops, exhibitions and, of course, plays.
The festival usually starts at the end of April and lasts for six days.
Dubrovnik International Wine and Jazz Festival -
A perfect match of eminent international jazz musicians with a selection of excellent Croatian wines.
Taste wondrous harmony of jazz and listen to the call of fragrant wine at the end of May.