Dubrovnik is best for...
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
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 is known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, or maybe it’s King’s Landing if you’re a Game of Thrones fan. Either way, over the last ten years it’s gone from being a relatively unknown Croatian city to one of the Mediterranean’s hottest destinations. With more visitors comes a growing nightlife scene, at least for part of the year. In winter the city goes back to its sleepy roots, but come summer you’ll find terrace bars, cocktail lounges and open air dance floors. And best of all they come with a stunning backdrop of the old town’s terracotta rooftops and the blue Adriatic Sea.