This private accommodation features modern kitchens, spacious bedrooms, bathrooms with showers-bath and peaceful terrace on which you can have a quiet supper or glass of wine coming from famous peninsula Peljesac vineyards. Both apartments have private entrances with an atmosphere of the safety and security as your own home.
Located only 5 min. from the Old City in the cool shade of the mesmerizing 10 th. century walls, our apartments promise you unforgettable holidays. It possesses charm unlike any others, charm of ancient and modern of the both world. Nearby you will find numerous restaurants, caffee – bars, a casino, disco and night clubs, museums, galleries beaches (200 meters), excursions, shops and other possibilities. Continue reading “Adriana Apartments Dubrovnik” »
Dubrovnik has also recently found itself on another ranking, that of British Airways, which has published its projection for the 10 most popular destinations in 2010. BA founds its projections in global trends, and it has ranked Dubrovnik 6th.
Dubrovnik has recently been ranked 5th in the online evaluation of the 50 most popular European tourist destinations on the coast. The ranking is a result of tourists’ evaluations, who, after visiting Dubrovnik, assessed its 50 hotels with an average mark of 77.88 out of a 100. Continue reading “Dubrovnik among the most popular European tourist destinations in 2010” »
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” »
two golf courses, with 18 and 6 holes respectively, are envisaged on 310 hectares on the Srđ plateau, of the highest professional standards, as well as a golf academy with a practice court
The world’s best known golf-course designer and famous golfer, Australian Greg Norman and the Zagreb company Razvoj golf have recently introduced a golf park project worth 6.5 billion HRK. Continue reading “Dubrovnik: new golf courses planned” »
Less demanding visitors will also be able to find accommodation in Dubrovnik this winter since a part of the three-star hotels will also remain open, such as hotels Ivka, Petka and Lero.
Seven Dubrovnik top quality five-star hotels will remain open during the entire winter. Visitors to Dubrovnik will, therefore, have hotels Excelsior, Rixos Libertas, Hilton, Imperial, More and three facilities that are part of the Importanne resort, Hotel Ariston, Villa Elita and Importane Suites, at their disposal. Continue reading “Dubrovnik 5stars hotels open during the entire winter” »
The Finnish company Blue1 will introduce flights from Helsinki to Dubrovnik in early spring, on Saturdays, from 3 April and on Tuesdays as well from 4 May. Planes owned by a company that has been a part of the SAS Group since 1998 will fly to Dubrovnik twice a week by the end of October. On 30 April, flights from Helsinki to Split will begin and will fly twice a week, on Fridays and Sundays.
Five low cost European airline companies have recently announced that they will introduce new direct flights to Dubrovnik in April and May 2010.
Germanwings, a German low cost carrier, will introduce a direct flight from Hamburg on 2 May, while Jer2.com, a British airline, will introduce flights from Edinburgh. Continue reading “Five new budget airlines to Dubrovnik” »
In terms of Mediterranean ports only Naples and Livorno have more visitors than Dubrovnik. The fact that five of the top ten world most visited embarkation ports are from the Mediterranean (Barcelona, Civitavecchia, Piraeus, Venice and Palma), is also very important and it confirms the extent to which cruise tourism is significant for this area.
In the autumn edition of the Dream World Cruise Destinations magazine, there is a list of the 50 most visited world ports, and Dubrovnik is in tenth place according to the number of transit passengers on a cruise. Continue reading “Dubrovnik port among the top 10 World Ports” »