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

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

The Pearl of the Adriatic that is Dubrovnik offers the best of nightlife all year round. Low key, chilled and tranquil in winter, it comes to life in summer with a fine selection of trendy bars, cool clubs, vibrant dance floors and stylish wine bars. If you want to take a few minutes to look at the scenery (and we strongly suggest you do), there’s stunning old town cobbles, terracotta roofed and azure sea view backdrop. Take your pick from some of our favourite Dubrovnik nightlife options.

Start your night off with a stroll along the Strada stopping off for some people watching at Nonenina overlooking the stunning Rector’s Palace. Sample one of over a hundred cocktails, and if you are more of a sprits fan, then you will not be disappointed with the array of cognacs and whiskey, accompanied by a Cuban cigar. Buzz Bar is one of the most popular Dubrovnik nightlife locations, particularly with locals, with a chilled-out vibe and good value prices on cocktails and liqueurs, in addition to Croatian specialities. Dubrovnik offers a wide selection of wine bars selling locally produced wines. The D’Vino Wine Bar is the ideal place to start where expert staff can guide you to the wine that suits your tastes. Your new favourite tipple can be accompanied with cheese if you fancy it. Malvasija offers wine tasting while Buniceva poljana’s Trobadour Hard Jazz Café is a must for those craving live music under the stars.