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When the night would come out in Renaissance Dubrovnik, the ones hungry for food and fun would come out looking for taverns hidden in dark streets around Stradun.
In the morning, when the sun would rise above the city walls a hundred of people would come out, looking for business, selling, buying, trading, travelling. It was most vivid and multicultural town of Middle and Eastern Europe of that time. An independent state of Dubrovnik! Everyone wanted to rule it, but no one could have it.
You can still feel a beat of Renaissance Dubrovnik. The moment you walk through a city wall door, you feel like you travelled through time into 15th century. You walk through Stradun to a harbor where hundreds of boats would pass each day from far east and west.
Explore the stunning architecture and history of world famous City! Witness Dubrovnik’s rich history and discover its magnificent buildings, palaces and treasures. Starting at Onofrio’s Fountain, which has brought fresh drinking water into the city for centuries, the tour leads you through Old Town of Dubrovnik to St. Saviour’s, the grandiose Franciscan and Dominican church, stories and legends about the church of St. Blaise, Dubrovnik’s patron saint, the Cathedral, the Rector’s Palace, Sponza Palace and Orlando’s Column. The tour continues towards the Old Port that once was the key of Dubrovnik’s trading and maritime success. In the Old Port you will hear the legends of the famous quarantine and the nearby fortresses of St. Luke and St. John as well as the story about the Galleons & Karakas, the ships from Dubrovnik that were well known throughout the Mediterranean, all of which were built and loaded in the legendary Arsenal (today the popular City Café).
Dubrovnik old Town is surrounded by 2 km long best-preserved walls in the world. They are the 4th longest walls in the world and the third longest walls in Europe. From the Old Town of Dubrovnik take a walk to the cable car which will take you to the top of the hill Srđ to experience a breathtaking view of Dubrovnik and the surrounding area. The Dubrovnik Cable Car was built back in 1969 and was enthusiastically used by millions of visitors who wanted to enjoy the most beautiful panoramic views. On a clear day, you can see up to 60 km (37 miles). For this reason, the neighboring Imperial Fortress was strategically built on this privileged spot, back in the early 19th century.