There are many great sights in Dubrovnik but the best way to get an appreciation of the city is to walk along the city walls. They are arguably the one absolute must-see, offering magnificent views across the squares and streets of the city and home to a number of towers and fortresses along the route.
One of the more unique attractions in the city is the Big Onofrio’s Fountain. Built in the 15th Century, it is a sixteen-sidedwater container with each side having a unique stone-carved face from which water flows. It’s a fascinating landmark with some intricate design that makes it well worth a visit.
If you like your history and architecture, the Franciscan Monastery is home to the oldest Pharmacy in Europe, dating back to the 14th Century, or you can travel to Lokrum Island, a beautiful island with caves and a Botanical Garden.