Address:Ul. branitelja Dubrovnika 29, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia (Google Maps)
Conference Reception: 18:00 - 22:00 September 23, 2021
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A. Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik (5 Stars)
Address: Ul. Marijana Blažića 2, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
B. Hotel Dubrovnik Palace (5 Stars)
Address: Masarykov put 20, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Dubrovnik is a city in southern Croatia fronting the Adriatic Sea. English poet Lord Byron was the first that described Dubrovnik as the “pearl of the Adriatic.”
If Dubrovnik’s City Walls are a display of the power of a one-time medieval city-state, then the Rector’s Palace is a look into the everyday details. The Rector presided over a superbly functioning self-government, his palace by the main square containing the sedan chairs, wigs and robes that helped him carry out his duties. Portraits of previous counterparts and colleagues line the walls. Note also the clocks, some set at quarter to six, the time when Napoleon’s troops entered the city in 1806.
Dubrovnik, Croatia (Source: Discover Croatia)
One of Dubrovnik’s more recently added attractions, the bright orange Cablecar offers jaw-dropping views of the Old Town and sea beyond, albeit over the course of four short but memorable minutes. It runs from the top of Mount Srđ overlooking the city to the station on Petra Krešimira IV, walking distance from the northern edge of the Old Town. At the top, you’ll find the justifiably named Panorama bar/restaurant.
The 'Pearl of the Adriatic', situated on the Dalmatian coast, became an important Mediterranean sea power from the 13th century onwards. Although severely damaged by an earthquake in 1667, Dubrovnik managed to preserve its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains. Damaged again in the 1990s by armed conflict, it is now the focus of a major restoration programme co-ordinated by UNESCO.
In the heart of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, overlooked by the main sights of the Rector’s Palace and the Cathedral, the main market has been operating in the enclosed square of Gundulićeva poljana for generations. Heaps of colourful fruit and vegetables occupy most tables, but you’ll also find stalls of honey, spices, lavender and oils. Wines and strong spirits are usually kept below decks.
Croatia is one of the most famous and known European countries for your summer vacation. Most of the visitors fell in love with its coast and sea, are thrilled about the food and inspired by its cultural and natural heritage. Almost 10% of Croatia is made up of 11 nature parks, eight national parks and two nature reserves.
Plitvice Lakes National Park, which is Croatia’s biggest National Park and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, was the most popular with 1.3 million visits, almost half of the total number.