Liechtensteinov put 3 20 000 Dubrovnik Hrvatska - Croatia
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Rixos Libertas Dubrovnik is only in 15 minutes distance from the historical "Ancient City" by walk. The hotel is situated in the city centre, and is in 18 km distance from Dubrovnik International Airport. Rixos Libertas Dubrovnik is easily accessible, and reveals all natural and historical beauties of the Lapad Peninsula and Dubrovnik before your very eyes.
Having a very special location at the junction point of Central Europe, Balkans and Mediterranean in Europe; Croatia's capital is called Zagreb. Tourism is one of the vital sources of income for the country, and touristic activities rather concentrate on the Adriatic Sea coasts. The country is visited by 10 millions of tourists per year on average. Official currency is called "Kuna".
Formerly known as Ragusa; Dubrovnik is a Middle Age city situated in the Adriatic Sea coasts. Recognised as one of the top-10 Middle Ages wall cities in the world; Dubrovnik was declared as a demilitarised zone to be protected against war in 1971, however it was under siege upon collapse of Yugoslavia in 1991. The country was damaged greatly due to bombardment. Following the renovations, it resumed its former and beautiful form to a great extent in 2005. The famous Irish playwright George Bernard Show calls the city "the Pearl of Adriatic" by saying: "Those that wish to see a heaven on earth must come and see Dubrovnik." Listed in UNESCO World Heritage in 1979, "The Ancient City" area has a unique historical heritage with churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains from the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque eras. Dubrovnik is one of the most elegant and beautiful Mediterranean cities. Croatia is the heart and soul of tourism. One cannot help being touched and impressed by the atmosphere of the city in the Ancient City that recollects a huge open air museum that has survived until today. Clear sea, citrus gardens, olive groves and vineyards show that the nature has been quite generous in and around Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik sued to be an independent republic, and you will definitely notice very interesting details of commercial and political affairs by and between the Ottoman Empire and Venice in the city. Dubrovnik promises an excellent historical holiday experience with its great monasteries, historical fountains, cathedrals, churches and the very first pharmacy in the entire Europe. Konavle region situated in the south of Dubrovnik is famous for local tastes, small villages, historical mills, restaurants, and folkloric dance called Lindo. Cavtat is the tourist attraction centre of Konavle region. It is a popular destination for its large hotels, beautiful beaches, cafe and restaurants, and marina, a regular stop-by for mega yachts. It will definitely impress the history enthusiasts for the Rector's Palace, Lady Cavtat Church, and French Monastery.
|Dubrovnik City Walls
|St Blasse Church