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Dubrovnik, the old Ragusa’s Republic capital, is known as the pearl of the Adriatic Sea by its spectacular landscape and its valuable historical and artistic heritage. It was declared Heritage of the Humanity by the UNESCO in 1979.

Located in the region of Dalmatia, Dubrovnik is a big cruise port. It offers the possibility of anchoring in the northwest port or in the bay, near the old Port and the historical city.

Among the most significant tourist resources of Dubrovnik its extraordinarily well preserved wall from 10th century. Its wall possesses almost 2 kilometres lenght and have one of the best conservation degrees of those who are located in the Mediterranean.

From Luza’s Square in the Old City, we will be able to visit the Tower of the Clock, the Palace of the Great Guard, San Blas’s church, the Palace of the Rectors or the Cathedral.

Among the culinary offer that offers the call at the Cruise Port of Dubrovnik there are its oysters and mussels. The kotonjata, a sweet of melon and the mantala which provides the sweet part to the menu. It is also known by its wine production.