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The Italian Virtuoso in Dubrovnik: Pianist Paolo Restani to Perform in MOMA Dubrovnik

The famous classical pianist Paolo Restani is performing tomorrow with Dburovnik Symphony Orchestra at 9 pm in the Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik. The programme includes ‘Idyll’ (Blagoje Bersa) and Symphony No. 3 in...


Sweet Ston Strawberries This Saturday Morning on Stradun

This Saturday enjoy the beautiful taste of Ston strawberries. From 10 am, in front of the St. Blaise Church starts the event ‘Ston Strawberry Days’. Event is organized by the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, and each pack c...



Dubrovnik and Korčula on the Culture Trip’s ‘Top Ten’ List

From the hilltop Motovun where the ancient relics of Rome stand watch over the winding Mirna river, to the rocky outcrops of the Kamenjak Peninsula and the sunny reaches of elegant Dubrovnik on the cusp of the Dalmatian coast, ...


Dubrovnik Gives Other Rivieras a Run for the Money, Says CNN

‘For those who can afford them, the French and Italian rivieras have always been unbeatable destinations for anyone in search of sun, sea, sand and style. Or have they?’, writes CNN, stating that Croatia’s Dub...



See You in Dubrovnik: Techne Summit Hits the Tech Business by Storm Once Again

Techne Summit, the international entrepreneurship technology event took Egypt by storm on May 7th to 8th, 2016 and brought together 80 renowned global players in the technology industry from 20 different countries, including Ci...


Photo Gallery: Beautiful Flower Fair to Mark the Spring Time

Dubrovnik Tourist Board, in collaboration with the City of Dubrovnik, organized the annual spring flower fair in Lujo Šoletić Park in Gruž. Roses, mimosas, carnations, pansies…Everyone found something for themselves, so di...



Daylight Saving Time Starts This Weekend

Daylight saving time starts this Sunday, on 26th of March. When local standard time is about to reach 2 am, you should turn clocks forward one hour to 3 am! Sunrise and sunset will be about one hour later on 26 Mar 2017 than th...


Video: One Year Ago Sandstorm Completely Covered Dubrovnik

One year ago, Dubrovnik and its citizens had the opportunity to see a natural phenomenon – a sandstorm sweeping throughout the city and surroundings. The wind brought sand from Africa to the Sicily up to our region. The y...