Welcome to Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is not a typical coastal town, but a city monument, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that boasts a great number of churches, galleries, city palaces and other areas of historical values that participants may enjoy during their free time after lectures.
One of the most beautiful cities of the Mediterranean, as well as the leading convention centre in Croatia, each year Dubrovnik is host to numerous international and national conferences. Along with its exceptional natural beauty and preserved heritage, Dubrovnik is a city rich in tourist attractions.
Its walls, palaces, streets and roofs tell stories from the rich history of Dubrovnik in which every traveller discovers his own story in the stone, sea, Stradun or at Porporela. This column is intended for those who wish to learn more about its rich history, tradition, customs, legends… It aims at inspiring you to visit it and experience your own, special and untold story.
Dubrovnik and its territory enjoy typical Mediterranean climate, with hot and dry summers and gentle winters. The arrival in Dubrovnik offers enjoyment in azzure sea and sky, unique sunsets and natural sights or our region.
Dubrovnik is a city which hides innumerable stories.
Game of Thrones
The HBO seres Game of Thrones used Dubrovnik as a filming location, representing the cities of King’s Landing and Qarth. Locations use din filming include Arboretum Trsteno, Sr. Dominic Street, Lokrum Island, The Knežev dvor and Sponza palaces, Lovrijenac, Hotel Belvedere, Fort Bokar, and the Minčeta tower.
The eight part of the Star Wars was partly filmed in Dubrovnik. Scenes and sequences were filmed in the very heart of the city of Dubrovnik, which served as a stand in for Canto Bight.
Robin Hood: Origins
In the earrly 2017. Robin Hood was filmed on locations in Dubrovnik. Various locations arround the Old City were used for filming, including the port, the main street Stradun and St. Dominic Street. The film was released to cinemas on November 21, 2018.