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Step back into the 15th century on the winding streets of Dubrovnik’s perfectly restored Gothic and Romanesque quarters.

Affectionately called “the pearl of the Adriatic” the entire city of Dubrovnik has been named a UNESCO World Heritage site in recognition of its incomparable beauty and historic treasures and is one of UNESCO’s largest restoration projects.

The city’s most famous landmarks include the Franciscan Monastery, the 15th-century Rector’s Palace, well-preserved old city walls, and the Maritime Museum, which chronicles Dubrovnik’s long and fascinating history as one of Europe’s most storied ports.