Dubrovnik at a glance
Because the entire pedestrian-only Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site surrounded by a clear blue ocean and everything is bathed in beautiful sunshine 2,900 hours a year.
Lokrum Island Resort for a picnic and day of swimming in the ocean.
You probably didn’t know
The sign FKK on a beach means you can strip naked. It’s from the German word ‘Freikörperkultur,’ meaning Free Body Culture.
Suggested reading and viewing
To read: Two Tickets to Dubrovnik (Angus Kennedy, 2012). To watch: Game of Thrones – at least seven prominent locations in Dubrovnik, including the Pile Gate, Bokar and Lovrijenac Fortresses, St. Dominika Street and the nearby Lokrum Island were used in the filming of the hit TV series.
- Population: 42,600
- Annual visitor numbers: 813,000 (2014)
- January mean temperature: 10°C
- August mean temperature: 25.8°C
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