Dubrovnik – the Pearl of Adriatic is a very picturesque city with unique Old Town that you will love to explore and photograph. If you want to make a few Instagram-worthy photos for your feed keep reading, we bring you the 7 most picturesque spots in Dubrovnik.
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Let’s chase some great instaphotos…
Stradun From the City Walls
Stradun is the main pedestrian street in this gorgeous city, that connects two city gates (Pile and Ploče), two fountains (large and small Onofrio Fountains) as well as two bell towers (the City Bell Tower and the one of the Franciscan Monastery). This street is very picturesque, and you will get the best shot if you climb up to the city walls. You will enjoy the view over Stradun and surely take a few Instagram-worthy photos.
The City Walls
The city walls are very Instagram-worthy themselves, so take a walk along them and find your perfect spot for a great instaphoto.
While you’re taking a walk along the city walls, you will spot an amazing fortress called Lovrijenac – or the King’s Landing from Game of Thrones series, if you prefer. Don’t miss that shot, and brag about visiting the King’s Landing.
Church of St. Blaise
Take a walk through the streets of the Old Town – you’ll find quite a few picturesque landmarks. One of them is the Church of St. Blaise, Dubrovnik’s patron saint – wonderful Venetian Baroque style church built in the 18th century.
Not far away from the church, you will find the Rector’s palace that’s been around since the 13th century when Dubrovnik was the Republic of Ragusa. You should definitely check it out, its architecture is amazing.
Dubrovnik’s Clock Tower is one elegant and picturesque bell tower, located at the very end of Stradun, near the Church of St. Blaise. It is one of the symbols of Dubrovnik – you must take a photo of it.
Keep walking around the Old Town and explore its narrow side alleys, they’re all very picturesque. Every single one of them will fit your feed perfectly. We especially loved the Street of Sigurata (Ulica Od Sigurate) and the lanterns in front of one small restaurant.
Just keep wandering through the streets of this gorgeous Old Town – you’ll take plenty more Instagram-worthy shots. If you need help navigating to most important spots in Dubrovnik, download our Cultural Places App, find our guided tour through this magnificent city and enjoy your walk.