Feast of St Blaise, Dubrovnik
On 3 February, the citizens of Dubrovnik commemorate the life and work of their patron saint and protector. The celebrations begin at 10am, with a mass held outside the cathedral. At 11:30am, reliquaries of St Blaise are carried in a procession around the city. Continue reading “Festivals & Events in Dubrovnik & the Dalmatian” »
The distinctiveness of Dubrovnik-Neretva County is reflected in its unique surroundings and the narrow and non-homogeneous coastal belt, separated from the interior by a mountain massif. The County’s territory comprises two basic wholes: the relatively lateral coastal area with a series of remote islands and those near the coast, the most significant among them being Korčula, Mljet, Lastovo and the Elaphite Islands, and the lower Neretva region with the gravitating coastal area.
Although the first thing that comes to mind to many people at the mention of Dubrovnik-Neretva region is the City of Dubrovnik, everyone who has visited at least once knows that the world-renowned city is not the only pearl there. Continue reading “Dubrovnik Neretva region travel destinations” »
The agglomeration of monuments in the historic centre has remained unscathed and now appears on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city’s wide selection of museums, cultural programmes and festivals, make it South-Dalmatia’s artistic and cultural centre.
Situated in the southern corner of the country and known originally as Ragusa, picturesque Dubrovnik is one of (if not) the most beautiful cities in Croatia.
Also known as “The Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik with its matchless setting, comfortable climate, historic and cultural heritage, beautiful environment and beaches, is deservedly popular with the tourists. Continue reading “Dubrovnik” »