If you are coming to Dubrovnik, one of your goals is probably to get that perfect photo to share all over social media and show everybody how happy you are to be here. Well, you will probably be faced with one problem – which photo to choose, because almost every place in Dubrovnik is worth photographing. Even though we encourage you to put down your phone, enjoy your experience and breathe in the city, taking a photo or two won't do any harm. Here are our top picks of the most instagrammable places in Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik is famous for the City Walls that are unmissable experience if you are visiting – even it's just for a couple of hours. It takes around two hours to walk around the walls and photo opportunities are almost on every corner! Strike a pose and make memories with famous terracota roofs in the background.
One of the most famous streets in the World, Stradun, is perfect for a stroll but also for making an amazing photo. Buy ice cream and choose your perfect background – wherever you stand, it will look amazing! If you want to avoid the crowds, you can also go in one of the side streets that are sweet and charming. It's all about finding your perfect spot!
Combination of sea and stone is mesmerizing and perfect. Walk around Peskarija, stroll to Porporela and you will get the most amazing photo with beautiful island of Lokrum on the palm of your hand! Then jump on boat and visit Lokrum – full of photo opportunities too!
Lovrijenac, known to Game of Thrones fans as a Red Keep is an amazing fort which you can visit in Dubrovnik. While approaching it, you can take photos with fort in the background and once you climb it, you'll get a chance to take photos with the Old City of Dubrovnik. Once you are done with photographing, just sit down and enjoy the view.
A low mountain placed above Dubrovnik is a perfect spot to take photos with the City in the background! There are numerous places where you can sit and relax, while having the most amazing view in the world. Since the cable car is currently closed, it's good to know that you can reach it by foot (a small challenge if you are used to climbing), by taxi or by car – which we don't recommend if you are not an experienced driver, since the road is often crowded and it's not in best shape.
Game of Thrones fans, we know you are reading this! If you want to recreate the famous Cersei's walk of atonement, you must go to Jesuit stairs, located on the south side of Gundulic Square, just beneath Saint Ignatius Church. This is a perfect video opportunity – walk and make your friends yell ''SHAME!''. Other tourists will surely join them.