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While it may be one of the smaller tourist destinations in the world, Croatia's hotspot of Dubrovnik is certainly one of the most unique and best-preserved old European cities. If this Dalmatian destination is on your travel radar, let Venere help you plan your visit with assistance from our selection of Dubrovnik hotels. We have partnered with hotels across Dubrovnik to ensure a wide variety of options at varied price points - whatever your needs for accommodations in Dubrovnik are, our listings have a good fit. Each of our partner locations is rated by previous visitors, so you know well in advance what to expect from each hotel and can more easily compare similar spots. Venere also provides maps and photos for each hotel, making it even easier to compare and contrast your choices, and making planning your itinerary even easier. Here at Venere, we want to make sure you can feel confident in your choice of location, so that you can best enjoy your stay in this storied Mediterranean city.

What's Dubrovnik Like?

Dubrovnik, also historically known as Ragusa, is recognizable for its walled historic city center and fortified harbor. The Old Town itself is a UNESCO World Heritage site and contains most of the places of interest. The Bell Tower stands at one of the entrances to Old Town, and is most notable for the statues astride it. The Old Town has multiple historic palaces, including the Rector's Palace that houses a museum of Dubrovnik's history, and Sponza Palace, which is home to a memorial to those who defended Dubrovnik over the centuries. The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary dates back centuries, and according to local legend was built on the request - and the bankroll - of Richard the Lionhearted. The Old Pharmacy Museum, located in an already-notable monastery, is an intriguing look into medieval and Renaissance-era medicine. The Walls of Dubrovnik themselves are the most visible and recognizable of the city's landmarks, and they can be walked on. The view from them is quite stunning. There is much to see - and thanks to Venere's selection of Dubrovnik hotels, you'll have the time and opportunity to see it all.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Dubrovnik

While Dubrovnik is quite warm and sunny, it is also very compact; Old Town is quite easy to walk around in. That being said, few locals actually live in Old Town, though many work and relax there. Local staples include traditional Croatian dishes such as zelena menestra and dubrovacka rozata, and on the whole seafood and fish are quite common. Ozujsko is the local beer of choice, though the area also has a healthy - and very ancient - wine-making tradition as well. Locals and tourists alike often congregate along the shore, particularly at Lapad Beach and other similar sites - and in a place as beautiful as Dubrovnik, who wouldn't? In general, Dubrovnik is quite easy to get around and get along in, as befitting such a popular destination, but be warned of one thing. The wounds of the breakup of Yugoslavia are not entirely closed in Dubrovnik, or elsewhere in Croatia, so it might not be the best topic to get into after you've had a few Ozujskos. With that in mind - and with some help from Venere's listings of Dubrovnik hotels - you'll be well on your way to an unforgettable experience in the jewel of the Adriatic.