24 hours in Dubrovnik

Ever wondered how to spend 24 hours in Dubrovnik? Look no further, because here is the best things to see and do if you're only on a fleeting visit

Jude Parkinson
15th October 2021
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Dubrovnik is one of the best-preserved Medieval Cities in the world, wrapped by the tranquil Adriatic and guarded by ancient walls surrounding the Old Towns red- tiled rooftops. While also gaining attraction as filming location on series Game of Thrones, it’s an increasingly popular destination.

Starting the day early is key to getting the most out of Dubrovnik. Walking the Old Town Walls which provide 360° panoramic views is a popular attraction due to the stunning scenery and exclusive photo opportunities.

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During mid-morning taking a short ferry ride and picnic to neighbouring Lockrum Island is a must, the island is inhabited by wildlife but also host to ample gardens and swimming spots. However, the main attraction is the Benedictine Monastery, inside is an exhibition about the making of Game of Thrones where you can sit on the infamous iron throne.

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I’d suggest spending your afternoon slowly wandering the winding cobbled streets inside the Old Town offering an abundance of local shops and restaurants, a perfect place later for an evening meal where you’ll be spoilt for choice. 

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To finish the night a cocktail at Bar by Azur, a cliffside bar while watching the sunset over the glittering sapphire sea. 

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