Dubrovnik-Neretva is a very special place visited in the past by people such as George Bernard Shaw and Lord Byron. You can spend a romantic weekend in Dubrovnik-Neretva strolling marble-paved squares or visiting any of the many historical sights. Dubrovnik-Neretva attractions include the 1391 Franciscan Monastery with museum, the 1441 Rector’s Palace and the city walls. You can stroll around the walls stopping off to go shopping in Gundulićeva Poljana or in one of the many shops on the Pile Gate pedestrian walkway. Other Dubrovnik-Neretva sights include the Museum of the Orthodox church with its great collection of 15th through 19th century icons and the Dominican monastery with many pieces of local artwork painted centuries ago.
Dubrovnik-Neretva tourism also offers the opportunity to ride a ferry to Lokrum Island. There you’ll find a beach, national park and monastery ruins. Other things to do in Dubrovnik-Neretva include attending the Dubrovnik Summer Festival or visiting the second oldest synagogue in Europe. The Dubrovnik-Neretva culture is very tourist-oriented. When you visit Dubrovnik-Neretva you’ll discover it’s a remarkable city with many fountains and palaces offset by the blue Adriatic waters.
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