TOP 5 SIGHTS NOT TO MISS IN DUBROVNIK

JUST BEHIND THE CORNER

Old Town Dubrovnik

Lately, Dubrovnik is recognized in the world as a King's landing from Game of Thrones but the truth is that there is much more. Let me introduce you medieval city, full of romantic stories, interesting people with a long history and tradition.

That is Dubrovnik, famous in history, famous today. Local people use to call it village because it is a small town ,but on the other hand, offers a lot of places to see, feel or experience and most of them are just behind the corner of our location. Here are some suggestions what you can visit on your way to Marco Polo Restaurant.

  • CITY WALLS

The main attraction of the Old Town Dubrovnik apart from its old monasteries and beautiful palaces are the ancient City walls. It is a complex system of detached forts, bastions and towers. Along with unforgettable images of the city, such a walk will reveal a magnificent view of the open sea before Dubrovnik and provides a view of the city surroundings.

  • LOKRUM ISLAND

Lokrum offers the perfect opportunity for a refreshing dip in summer to cool off. This island is a green oasis filled with peacocks and small sweet rabbits that complete the relaxing ambience.

  • SRĐ

If you are a fan of amazing sunsets, then you must visit Mountain Srđ. It is above the Old town Dubrovnik and it is natural protector. If you are not so interested in the war history, you will not remain indifferent to a spectacular view of one of the most beautiful sunsets in Dubrovnik.

  • PORPORELA

Porporela is pier and breakwater in Dubrovnik’s old harbour originally built in the old times to reduce the intensity of waves, reduce erosion and protect boats and ships anchored in Dubrovnik’s harbour. Besides that, Porporela is a romantic place where you can relax on the bench listening sounds of the wave sand enjoying in the beautiful view.

  • MARCO POLO

At the end of your interesting journey, stop by to our little oasis located within the city walls of Dubrovnik. Taste our dishes served in modern attire with a glass of good Croatian wine.

Author: Viktoria Hezonja