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Bar hopping: Start off your evening with a stroll down the main street Strada, which is home to many bars and lounges

Something different: With bars like Oniofrio ice bar and the Art Cafe, evenings out in Dubrovnik are never short of surprises

Open-air entertainment: Theatre, performances and music can all be found in the narrow streets of the Old Town

Fast facts

Language: The language spoken in Dubrovnik is Croatian

Currency: The currency used in Dubrovnik is the Kuna

Local time: Dubrovnik is 1 hour behind GMT/UK time

Fly to: Dubrovnik's main airport is Dubrovnik Airport

Dubrovnik nightlife has something to offer all year round, from the low-key, chilled out vibe of winter, to the lively nightlife of the summer months. Whether you’re into cool clubs, buzzing bars or stylish wine bars, you’re sure to find something to suit your tastes when it comes to nightlife in Dubrovnik, with the pretty backdrop of the cobbled streets and terracotta roofs of the Old Town.

The best nights out start with a stroll along the Strada, followed by people watching at Nonenina, with views over the stunning Rector’s Palace. Here you can enjoy a cocktail from a menu of over 100 choices, or treat yourself to a fine cognac or whisky, whatever is your favourite tipple.

When it comes to nightlife, Dubrovnik offers a wide range of wine bars selling locally produced wines. D’Vino Wine Bar is a great place to start, with expert staff who are only too happy to guide you to the best wine for your tastes. Fancy something to nibble with your wine? Not a problem: there’s even cheese to accompany your wine of choice, if you like.

Locals in-the-know head for Buzz Bar, one of the most popular spots in Dubrovnik, with great value cocktails and Croatian specialities. If it’s clubbing you’re craving, Revelin, set in the spectacular 16th-century Revelin Tower, has hosted international DJs like Fatboy Slim and Paul Van Dyke. It’s the perfect place to party until dawn.

Nightlife in Dubrovnik has something to suit all tastes, from chilled out jazz bars to buzzing clubs and trendy wine bars.