More often recognised as ‘King’s Landing’ since Game of Thrones hit our screens, Dubrovnik continues to wow visitors with its beauty.
Nicknamed ‘the pearl of the Adriatic’, this picturesque city is packed with history, and you can learn all about it during visits to the Maritime Museum in St John's Fortress, or at the Red History Museum which details life in in the city under Socialist Yugoslavia throughout much of the 20th century.
A gorgeous destination, Dubrovnik is a great place to explore on foot. Some of the best views can be found from atop Mount Srd, while a walk around the well-preserved city walls is recognised as one of the top things to do here. Also famed for its food, particularly seafood, there are no shortage of fantastic cafes, bars and restaurants where you can kick back and watch the world go by while trying out some local dishes with a glass of whatever you fancy.
And if you're visiting during the summer months check out the legendary open-air festival which takes place in the Old Town and boasts an outstanding programme of music, film, arts and dance, along with plenty for younger ones.
A truly beautiful city, don't miss out on Dubrovnik!