Dubrovnik is one of the most photographed cities in the world and it is easy to see why. International media, Facebook, Twitter and millions of Instagram photos are filled every year. Here is our list of the top five sights that need to be snapped whilst in Dubrovnik and the region.
Take a three minute trip on the cable car and you’ll be at the top of the Srđ Mountain, 432 metres above the city, the view is 360° and breathtaking at any time of the day.
The 1.9 kilometres of the ancient city walls offer so many differing views, the crystal clear Adriatic Sea to one side and the terracotta rooftops on the other.
Hard to miss, the Dubrovnik Bridge gives you a panorama over the port of Dubrovnik and the Ombla River. There is plenty of parking, toilets and a cafe bar...take your time and your camera.
The southernmost region of Croatia and renowned for its natural beauty, Konavle has a stunning coastline and sheer mountains, and the picturesque town of Cavtat is picture postcard stuff.
A quaint village on the shores of the Adriatic in Župa, Mlini translates as mills in English and the remnants of the old mill stones can still be seen in a charming park area.