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Discover Dubrovnik

Club Revelin

A legendary haunt famed for its late-night parties, international DJs, and centuries-old locale.

History meets after-hours revelry at this mythic spot that nightlife insiders and DJs rank among the world’s top clubs. Although it draws DJs and crowds of partiers from around the globe, what sets Culture Club Revelin apart is its unique location. Housed in a 500-year-old medieval fortress, its thick stone walls, towering archways, and cavernous rooms make it an ideal place to party until sunrise.

Copacabana Beach

Sip cocktails on a bed or hone your sea kayak and water-skiing skills at this popular waterfront.

This popular pebbly seafront is as ideal for an action-packed day on the water as it is for chilling after a long night of rakija-soaked revelry. Whether you want to up your water-skiing skills or kayak game, unwind over beachfront drinks, or soak up some late-summer sun on a canopy bed-style lounge (or do all three), Copacabana has got you covered.

Dubrovnik City Walls

The medieval walls are the city’s most recognisable landmark, and even appeared in “Game of Thrones.”

The massive walls that encircle Dubrovnik date back to the 13th century and look over the city’s old town. “Game of Thrones” fans will recognise King’s Landing (Fort Bokar in real life), which is part of the walls. For a royal vantage point of your own, you can take a 2-kilometer trek along the battlements and take in the striking views of old town and the Adriatic.

One of many great views from the walls.

The 2-kilometre stroll along Dubrovnik’s centuries-old walls boasts spectacular sea and city views.

The walls appeared in Game of Thrones.

Game of Throne fans are sure to recognise the city’s landmark walls, which stood in for King’s Landing on the show.

Getting to and around Dubrovnik

Numerous international airlines offer flights to Dubrovnik from most major cities.

From the airport, you can either take a taxi or bus to the city center. To avoid rip-offs, check the yellow sign in the airport arrivals area that lists official taxi rates. Uber also operates in Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik doesn’t have a tram or metro network, but the city is compact and easy to navigate on foot. If you want to go a bit farther afield and check out secluded beaches or islands, the city has a reliable bus and ferry system. For more information, including bus schedules, you can visit the Dubrovnik Tourist Board’s site at