Dubrovnik is a city that is not without a reason called the pearl of the Mediterranean. Located on the southern Croatian coast, the city has rich cultural and historical heritage, which attracts tourists who come here from all over the world. If you want to visit dubrovnik, our taxi transfer service is at your disposal at best rates.
In the Middle Ages the Republic of Dubrovnik was the only city-state in the Adriatic, and was built in the 7th century, although according to some recent reports, there are traces of settlements even from an earlier time. During the 12th and 13th centuries the city was completely surrounded by city walls, which are still one of the most important attractions for tourists who come here in large numbers. As a very important trade, transport and cultural center, the city of Dubrovnik managed through the stormy centuries to preserve the autonomy. At the time of the Venetian Republic in the 13th century the city had its own Senate, and the grand and the small Council.
Under the UNESCO-protection the city of Dubrovnik is from 1979. The city offers tourists the monumental old city walls as a primary attraction, but besides that there are also: the medieval fortress St. John, Lovrijenac and Revelin, city gates from the 16th century, Dubrovnik Cathedral and St. Vlaho church, numerous palaces and villas. The entire town is actually a historical monument of the highest category.