Dubrovnik is a wonderful Croatian city with marble streets and baroque buildings, not forgetting the famous, engulfing walls of the Old Town. Here, a warren of narrow alleyways and streets waiting to be explored. Architectural treasures await every turn. But Dubrovnik is not, nor ever has been, a dusty old museum piece. It is instead a lively, fashionable city, inspiring awe and delight in its visitors. Our gallery shows you some of the city's most famous architectural sites through the ages.
Dubrovnik Photo Gallery
Historic photograph of the Church of Saint Blaise, Dubrovnik by A.Ebert
The Church of Saint Blaise today.
Historic photograph of the Lovrijenac castle walls by A.Ebert
A view of Lovrijenac today.
Here are some further images that show quite how unchanged much of Dubrovnik's architecture appears today, thanks to skillful rebuilding throughout the city's history.
Outdoor dining in front of Rector's Palace
Historic photograph of citizens enjoying a summer outing in Dubrovnik.
Views of the famous fortress walls from the Grand Villa Argentina hotel.
Another view of the medieval Dubrovnik streets
View of the local produce market from the balcony of the Pucic Palace hotel.
If you're enthralled by Croatia's fortress city and the images you have seen in this blog, we can take you there! Our 'Discover Dubrovnik' tour includes fabulous hotels, off the beaten track excursions and lunch at a restaurant hidden in the mountains serving authentic (and delicious!) Dalmatian cuisine.