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Dubrovnik-Apartments.co.uk offers a good selection of private accommodation in Dubrovnik for your perfect holiday. Apartments in Dubrovnik are the most suitable accommodation for families who would like private atmosphere on holidays in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Staying in an apartment you will have more freedom and more commodity than in a hotel. Book one of our authentic apartments from our offer in Dubrovnik and enjoy the spirit and uniqueness of the Mediterranean.

Dubrovnik, Croatia is one of the most attractive and best known Mediterranean cities, with an outstanding historical and cultural heritage, and has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The city has more than 250 sun days per year, with the average annual temperature being 17C. The average temperature during the winter months is 10 C, and the average summer temperature around 26C. Swimming season starts in April, and goes on until the beginning of October, or even longer if it's warm enough. In many luxury hotels, swimming is available throughout the year in covered swimming pools. You can find a great range of Dubrovnik apartments, villas, and rooms for those looking for an alternative to hotel accommodation. Due to magnificent views on medieval Dubrovnik, a walk along its ramparts is a must. In numerous restaurants and taverns, you may enjoy specialties of local as well as international cuisine.

Accommodation options in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Accommodation in Dubrovnik spans everything from rooms,hostels, Dubrovnik apartments to hotels but the trend is clearly towards high-end accommodation. But if you are looking for cheap accommodation, locally run private accommodation in Dubrovnik can provide excellent value for money. If you can't find accommodation in the town of Dubrovnik, a string of small towns and villages south of Dubrovnik makes a good alternative accommodation choice, especially if you need to be close to the airport.

For those who are keen on sports and recreation, there are courts and requisites for all kinds of sports in the sea and on the ground, from tennis and table tennis to sailing and yachting. There are also several fitness centers with swimming pools, saunas, massage, aerobics, solarium, box gyms, etc. Dubrovnik is famous for quality hotels and villas most of which are situated on the Lapad peninsula and in the area of Ploce, southeast of the Old Town. The vast majority of visitors stay on this Lapad peninsula which contains most of Dubrovnik apartments, hotels, and other private Dubrovnik accommodation. Here's where you'll be closest to Dubrovnik's largest beach. The hotel complex Dubrava - Babin Kuk on Lapad has all the features of a small town. It has a shopping center, bank, an out-patient department, many restaurants and coffee bars, and a street called the 'New Stradun', which connects all of the hotels.

Dubrovnik is the city of an outstanding cultural and artistic life. The most important event is the Dubrovnik Summer Festival (July 10th - August 25th), traditionally held since 1950. It is a theater, music and folk festival, and since 1956, has been included in the calendar of world festivals, and as such, has become one of the most famous in the world. It takes place on open stages in the town (Gunduliceva Poljana, Drziceva Poljana, Lovrijenac, Revelin), or in beautiful interiors of its buildings (Duke's Palace, cloisters, churches). The repertoire includes works of Croatian and world classics, performed by the leading personalities from Croatia and abroad, including actors, directors, and conductors - several hundreds of which have performed in Dubrovnik so far. An important part of the Festival are performances of local (Lindo, Lado) and foreign folk music ensembles. The artistic life of Dubrovnik is characterized by exhibitions taking place throughout the year.

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If you haven’t walked through the Stradun, you haven’t actually been to Dubrovnik – this is a famous saying related to this street, known amongst the people of Dubrovnik as Placa. Indeed, Stradun is the place you must pass to ‘feel’ the city and experience what it has to offer. This is a place to see and to be seen, even though but is hard to achieve during summer crowds. Stradun was constructed by filling the sea channel that separated first two settlements – Ragusa and Dubrava. This was done in the 10th or 11th century, which formed the city’s central street, 298 meters long to this day. The street was paved in stone in the 15th century, and major changes were introduced after the earthquake in 1667. Major part of the historic center, including the buildings on the Stradun, were ruined, thus major reconstruction was started. That’s way today the majority of the building are built in even baroque style. Stradun is surrounded by two famous fountains – on the western end is Big Onofrio Fountain and on the eastern Small Onofrio Fountain, and by two magnificent entrances to the city – Gate of Pile (western entrance) and Gate of Ploce (eastern entrance).

Amongst already mentioned, along the Stradun, there are many famous city sights – from the Sponza Palace, the Church of Saint Blaise, Orlando Column and Bishop’s Court on the eastern part to the Franciscan monastery and the church on the western side. Most of the other famous sights such as the Cathedral or Ruder Boskovic Square, which are only few-minute walk away through the side streets. Therefore Stradun is an ideal choice if you stay in Dubrovnik for a (very) short time, considering the opportunity to see the majority of the sights an feel the spirit of the city. Stradun is also famous for hosting two of the most important events in Dubrovnik – The Saint Blaise Festival and the New Year Celebration. Therefore during the festival, a large procession is moving through the street, while on a New Year’s Eve there is held on of the best celebration in Croatia, with many famous singers performing.

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Sponza Palace

Beautiful Sponza Palace, built at the eastern end of Stradun, was one of the most important buildings in Dubrovnik throughout the history. The construction began in 1516 based on the blueprints by Paskoje Milicevic, and lasted for four years. Sponza was envisioned as a multifunctional object and served from the beginning as customs office and a warehouse, while inside there were mint and armory. Later, Divona became a home of the Academia dei Concordi, printing office and several schools. Before all that, Sponza Palace was the center of Dubrovnik’s trade. The development of trade caused the need for a new palace. Sponza Palace was built in Gothic and Renaissance style, which was characteristic for Dubrovnik at the time, but most of the similar objects were unfortunately ruined in the earthquake of 1667. Fortunately, Sponza survived the disaster and is now an excellent example of the construction of its time. Today it is still recognizable for its portico with arcades, and arcades are also located around the inner court, where trade was held back in the days.

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Best time to visit Dubrovnik

May is the most suitable month to take pleasure in the town as the residents do, without needing to squeeze your way down the slim back alleys and without sunshades covering the plazas. The top season runs from July through August, which is when the majority of tourists take their family holidays. All the things are in full speed: night clubs, resorts, dining establishments, apartments, hotels and dance clubs are humming, tourist facilities are working every day, and you'll discover outdoor performances, cultural events and cinema in the larger resorts. On the negative aspect, accommodation rates skyrocket (advanced reservations are advised), tourist attractions, beaches, and marinas are overcrowded, and noontime temperature levels exceed 30C. In September, the tide of travelers has mostly regressed leaving the hotels quieter, or even totally empty although you can still swim.October could be fantastic but could be rather a risk a regards climate and if the famous northern wind starts whirling. The period from late October to March is considered the low season and lots of facilities shut down entirely for the winter season. Apartment prices fall significantly, the dining establishments that are open are prepared to serve for residents instead of vacationers, and on bright mornings you can nevertheless take pleasure in coffee outside.

As elsewhere in Croatia, many apartment owners in Dubrovnik expect you to stay for at least three nights and impose a reservation surcharge of at least 30% if you fall short. On-season you may be expected to stay for seven nights, especially in private accommodation / apartments.

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