Aerial View - 360, Dubrovnik, Croatia


This stylish restaurant boasts an unmatched setting atop the walls of Dubrovnik. Diners enjoy stunning panoramic views, an extensive wine list and Mediterranean specialties prepared with a modern twist.

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Buza Bar

‘Buza’ means hole in Croatian, and this is an apt name for this charming bar located just outside the city walls. Guests have to pass through a hole in the fortress walls to access the bar, and the reward is a lovely terrace over the sea with incredible views of Lokum Island.

Exterior View - Kopun, Dubrovnik, Croatia


Located on one of the most enchanting squares in Old Town, Kopun serves traditional Croatian recipes reimagined with seasonal ingredients. The emphasis is on regional dishes from Dubrovnik and seaside specialties, like monkfish with bacon in white wine sauce.

Dinning Area at Nautika, Dubrovnik, Croatia


Nautika is considered one of the best restaurants in Dubrovnik, famous for its fresh seafood as well as views of the sea, city walls and Lovrijenac Fortress. The menu blends Mediterranean cuisine with the rich traditions of Dubrovnik, resulting in creative dishes like fried scallops with black truffles and goat cheese.


With views overlooking the Fortress Minčeta and the Old City walls, the open-air setting at Posat feels truly special for a celebratory night out. The service is top-notch, and the menu is mostly organic and all high-quality (and the prices reflect that). If you’re feeling adventurous, we recommend choosing a dish from the catch of the day. Don’t worry about the overwhelming selection of seafood, as your waiter will happily talk you through each option.

Ambience : Proto, Dubrovnik, Croatia


Set in a charming alleyway in Dubrovnik's Old Town, Proto specializes in authentic fisherman's dishes and Croatian fare paired with local wines. Order the lobster and relax on the summer terrace set along Siroka Street.

Interiors at Restaurant Dubrovnik, Croatia

Restaurant Dubrovnik

Restaurant Dubrovnik is situated in a secluded corner of the Old Town, close to the popular green market. The quiet, upper courtyard is a lovely setting to try old-world specialties, like white fish baked in sea salt with cabbage and potatoes.

Food at Tavern Dalmatino, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Tavern Dalmatino

Tavern Dalmatino offers simple, traditional dishes in the courtyard of a private house in the Old Town. Sample fresh fish dishes, pastas, risottos, salads and desserts paired with carefully selected Croatian wines.

Troubadour Jazz Café

As the only jazz bar in Dubrovnik, Troubadour commands a great location next to the cathedral and draws some fine musicians, making the bar popular with locals and visitors alike. Fun fact: the piano was donated by a Russian oligarch who frequents the club when he is in town.

Food at Victoria Restaurant and Lounge Bar, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Victoria Restaurant and Lounge Bar

Enjoy wonderful views of the Adriatic and Old Town from the terrace of Villa Orsula while dining on traditional creations with a dose of Peruvian flair (think quinoa and ceviche).

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