Situated at the edge of the Adriatic Sea in the very south of Croatia, Dubrovnik is rich in history and natural beauty. With bays, beaches, steep cliffs and dense woodland areas, Dubrovnik's landscape is unexpected. Although severely damaged in the attack by the Serbs and Montenegrins in the autumn of 1991, Dubrovnik's impressive medieval architecture and its beautiful Mediterranean landscape still remain. For details on visa requirements for Croatia, click here.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
The old city of Dubrovnik and the walls that surround it have been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Portions of the wall date back to the 13th century. The ramparts encircle the old city. They are intact and have a circumference of more than 1.5 miles. Don't miss the chance to take a walking tour along its length for a spectacular view of the city it surrounds.
The kuna (HRK) is the official currency of Croatia. Banks are the only place where you can change kuna back into hard currency. You can get a cash advance on your credit card at banks throughout the country, though Visa® credit cards are not accepted by all banks.
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