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Discover the many sides of Dubrovnik

The Croatian harbour city of Dubrovnik is centuries old. Not only does it have an amazing location, but also boasts something special: the city is completely surrounded by walls, which in places are 25 metres high. Dubrovnik is also known from the hit series ‘Game of Thrones’. Fans can even take a tour of all the filming locations. It’s easy to take a boat from Dubrovnik to the island of Lokrum, where you can enjoy wonderful green spaces. If you’re curious to know more about this impressive city, put together your trip with Transavia Holidays.

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Old Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is one of the few cities that are still fully surrounded by city walls. The walls extend for a total of 2 kilometres and have no fewer than 6 fortresses. No visit to Dubrovnik is complete without a walk around the city walls, which provides a superb view of the city and the sea. If you’d rather get to know the city up close from the ground, spend a few hours wandering along the narrow cobbled streets in the old part of Dubrovnik or pay a visit to one of the city’s sights, such as the cathedral.

“The old part of the city has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.”

Game of Thrones

If you’re a real Game of Thrones fan, then Dubrovnik is certainly the place for you! That’s because many scenes from the series were shot here. There are even complete Game of Thrones tours which take in all the hotspots, such as the Jesuit Staircase (Cersei’s walk of shame) and the West Harbour. You can’t miss this!

Take the boat to Lokrum

Due to its location on the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is a fair distance from other well-known cities such as Zadar and Split. However, there’s more than enough to see and do in and around this harbour city. How about visiting the island of Lokrum, which only takes 15 minutes by boat? The island is known for its many splendid green areas and you’ll see many peacocks here. It’s also a great place for outdoor activities. Lokrum is a top location for rock climbing, cliff jumping, or kayaking in the crystal-clear, azure water. If we’ve whet your appetite for a trip to Dubrovnik, book now with Transavia Holidays.