Cheap flights to Dubrovnik
Described by poets as the ‘the pearl of the Adriatic’ and ‘heaven on earth,’ Dubrovnik really is a picture postcard of a city. This vibrant fortress town that extends down into glittering turquoise waters of the Adriatic has lots of surprises up its sleeve.
And as any Dubrovnik travel guide will tell you, it is perfect for tourists looking for a summer getaway or a city break retreat. Why is this we hear you ask? Well, it could have something to do with the perfect summer temperatures, crystal clear waters, sandy beaches, historic buildings, or the wealth of activities for all.~
Open from 9am till 9pm, Lega-Lega is the place to go to stock up on shirts, notepads, diaries and other products designed with "Ragusa", an old Italian name for Dubrovnik, or "libertas", meaning freedom. Creative and unique (3 Dropceva, tel: 020 321 744).
Damir Stojni?, an artist from Rijeka, will be displaying several of his works at Transformation, an exhibition taking place from 5 April until 3 May. His artwork includes watercolours, lightboxes and photographs. The pictures from this series are described as dreams and visions, inspired by years of writing and remembering dreams (Dubrovnik Art Gallery, 23 Frana Supila, ugdubrovnik.hr/en).
Situated in the city's harbour, Gru, Gligora Wine & Cheese Shop offers a large selection of cheeses, wines, olive oils and jams. The delicious cheeses, produced by the Gligora family in Kolan, on the island of Pag, have won numerous awards (13 Obala Stjepana Radi?a, gligora.com).