Best restaurants by visitors choice
Tavern Veritas is located in the heart of the old town of Dubrovnik on the capitol square – Gundulić square. It offers local Croatian delicacies, seafood and a large collection of quality wine. Veritas Tavern is a place where the best homemade food served all day, and the friendly staff is at your disposal. Considering that Tavern Veritas is located on the Gundulic fields on our menu you will find and should definitely try “Gundulić stake”, called by a famous Croatian poet and the square in which it is located. Try and“Plat Veritas with lobster” for two people that includes 1 kilo of lobster. Whether you plan a relaxing family lunch, dinner for two or socializing with friends Konoba Veritas is the perfect choice for one of the most beautiful locations in Dubrovnik.
Pantarul – feels like home. Our intention is for everyone to feel welcome and for each palate to be satisfied. A snack with a glass of local wine or a several-course dinner which will make all your senses flick – we are certain that our chef will have the right solution, whatever you may wish for. Top quality, yet unpretentious food – modern cuisine at its best. Our menu lives with the seasons and all the dishes are prepared using incredible local produce which is sourced by farmers from Dubrovnik’s surroundings, especially from Župa and Konavle. Fresh fish is delivered daily and the meat we use comes from the most reliable sources and is of highest quality. Homemade pasta and bread, a creative wine list featuring Croatian wines and an honest smile on the waiters’ faces – this is what we look for in a restaurant ourselves.
Kralja Tomislava 1, 20000 Dubrovnik
Tavern Vala Zaton is located in Zaton Mali, near Dubrovnik. Surrounded perfect nature with lots of greenery by the sea, this tavern makes perfect place to relax and socialize whether it comes to a family lunch, trips, business meetings or simply a break from everyday life. Tavern Vala Zaton is a family restaurant with a long tradition of hospitality, and all the dishes are cooked in the traditional way. In the wine cellar you can taste many Dalmatian specialties, and as the house specialty include black risotto and octopus and lamb and veal.
Obala Stjepana Radića 55, 20235 Zaton
Pizzeria Mamma Mia is situated at the very beginning of the bay of Lapad Bay, and offers a wide variety of pizza, pasta, salads, meat and fish dishes and grilled dishes in a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere. Pizzeria Mamma Mia is one of the most established in Dubrovnik, founded in 1998 and will soon celebrate its 20th birthday. Over the past 20 years, this pizzeria has become one of the favorite places to go among the local population, but also amongst all the visitors and tourists who tasted the richness of taste offered by this pizzeria. From a wide selection of dishes, you should definitely try the specialty of the house pizza Mama Mia, pizza Dalmatia and octopus salad. Pizzeria mamma mia has recently been available in two new locations: in Ploče and in Lapad in Iva Vojnović Street, across the street from Bellveue Hotel, which has expanded its offer, but it is also closer to tourists and all its guests.
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Events in Dubrovnik
International Kissing Day in Dubrovnik – Kiss in Dubrovnik and send your #kissfromdubrovnik into the world, for International Kissing Day! When: 06.07 Where: Porporela Come to Porporela on Thursday, 6th July, International Kissing Day, take a picture on a special kissing bench and send it into the world with the hashtag #kissfromdubrovnik. Each couple that takes a photo on the bench can also take one in the Magic Mirror, where they will get a Polaroid photo as a gift. To boost the romantic atmosphere on Porporela, there will be a guitar player who will play famous romantic songs to additionally motivate lovebirds to kiss.
International Kissing Day in Dubrovnik
International Opera Arias Festival Tino Pattiera When: 04.07. Where: Rector’s Palace International Opera Arias Festival “Tino Pattiera” Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra Noam Zur, conductor Liana Aleksanyan, Soprano (Austria) Ursula Hesse von den Steinen, Mezzo Soprano (Germany) Xavier Moreno, tenor (Spain) J. Gotovac, I. Tijardović
International Opera Arias Festival Tino Pattiera
Best beaches in Dubrovnik
Jezero beach is situated in kilometer away from Duba on Peljesac peninsula. Its a combination of sand and pebbles with a clear sea and shallow waters. The entrance to the sea is not too steep or abrupt, but it may be easiest to enter Jezero by boat from Duba. There are no facilities so plan to bring drinks, snacks and beach supplies.
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5 most beautiful beaches in Dubrovnik
With a rich culture and numerous events during the summer, one of the main reasons why tourists come to Dubrovnik are beautiful beaches and perfectly clear water. Swimming at one of most beautiful beaches in Dubrovnik is one of the main activities people enjoy in Dubrovnik. Here is 5 most beautifull beaches in Dubrovnik. Banje beach is the most popular beach in Dubrovnik among tourists and the oldest. It is located near the old town. If you are not a fan of stairs then you will certainly difficult past 100 steps as you need to get off, but also to return. Banje beach has plenty of content so you can rent a sun umbrella, jet ski, kayak and even a towel. The beach is sandy and gravel and is enriched with all possible amenities what today’s beach can dispose of. On this beach is, among other things, like staying Hollywood actor Woody Harrelson. If you do not like crowds on the beach then be sure to avoid in July and August. In June and September is less crowded. St. James beach is located near Banje beach. It is about 20 minutes walking from theBanje. As with Banje beach to the […]
Shooting in Dubrovnik Star Wars
Shoting in Dubrovnik Star Wars 8. Walt Disney decide to filming the eighth installment of the “Star Wars” series in the center of the Croatian port, which also has played King’s Landing in HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” For one week visitors were shunted off the Stradun, the main and most famous street in Dubrovnik, as stagehands lugged blue crates on cobbled walkways and electricians snaked thick cables past outdoor cafes on the Mediterranean squares. Shooting in Dubrovnik Star Wars 8 is required a large organization, but also a lot of money and negotiations with shop owners and residents in the area where the movie was filmed. Shooting in Dubrovnik Star Wars – 200 EUROS per day Before the shooting started producents need to ask all stores in Old Town to close it and not work during filming, sure Star Wars production pay to them. Each owner has received 200 euros per day shooting and local cinema in Old City recived 64 000 kunas for one week. Shooting Star Wars was a veil of secrecy. Everyone knew that the records, but nothing more than that. Residents who lived in the old town were given money to remain silent and signed a contract […]
5 reasons to visit Dubrovnik
If the summer, sun and sea only reasons to visit Dubrovnik, or there is something more why many tourists all over the world come and visit this city. It is known that Dubrovnik has an excellent climate and perfectly clear sea, but surely there is something more what to see in Dubrovnik or what to do. We found 5 more reasons than the summer sun and sea.
Stradun street – must visit before you die
If you are in love with Dubrovnik, you can tell everyone that your favorite street in Europe is – Stradun street. This is the main street of the city and it’s really important for the locals but also for the most known tv and film productions. Like you already know, Game of Thrones and Star Wars was filmed here, and now this street is the home of Robin Hood and his company. And that’s why this historic and the most romantic street in Croatia is one of the most incredible streets you must visit before you die – says The Telegraph UK. “Most of the top attractions in Dubrovnik are concentrated in the car-free old town, within the medieval walls,” says Jane Foster, Telegraph Travel’s Dubrovnik expert. “Two monumental arched gates, Pile (to the west) and Ploče (to the east),serve as entrances to the old town, and they are joined by the main thoroughfare, Stradun (aka Placa). Off each side of Stradun lies a grid of narrow alleys (some involving steep stone steps), harboring countless cafés, restaurants, and apartments to rent”.