Dubrovnik is one of the oldest cities in the Mediterranean, the capital of the former Republic of Dubrovnik.

Natural sights that grow on the glades, historic gardens, aquarium with the most interesting examples of the marine world are the part of the heritage that is discovered and explored upon arrival in Dubrovnik and its surroundings …

Ecology is becoming an increasingly important segment of our lives, and preserving the environment and living in harmony with nature are our obligations and duty. We are proud to be proud of the extraordinarily preserved natural monuments, the bluest and cleanest seas in the world, unique plant and animal species, fascinating underground caves. Arriving in Dubrovnik also means enjoying the blue of the sea and the sky, unique sunsets, and in the natural sights of our region …

Successful development of Dubrovnik in the past, whose economy was based on maritime trade, was primarily conditioned by favorable geographical location.

In the 15th century the legal position of the Republic of Dubrovnik was completely built, which meant the independent election of princes and councilors, coinage and the state flag with the image of St. Vlaho, independent legislation and the right to open consulates abroad.

At Wienna congress in 1815, the Dubrovnik region was annexed to the rest of Dalmatia and Croatia and has since shared a common political destiny.

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