Welcome to Dubrovnik, also known as the Pearl of the Adriatic - the most famous of all Croatian destinations and dubbed as one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Dubrovnik is the new shining star of tourism. People from all corners of the globe are drawn to this most unique UNESCO site, the long reigning Croatian hotspot for history, culture and of course, sunshine. With the launch of Total Dubrovnik, we aim to keep you informed of goings on, views and news from the city and the surrounding areas.
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Here is a list of holidays for Croatia 2017Č
1 Jan (Sunday) New Year's Day
6 Jan (Friday) Epiphany
17 Apr (Monday) Easter Monday
1 May (Monday) Labour Day
15 Jun (Thursday) Corpus Christi
22 Jun (Thursday) Anti-Fascist Struggle Day
25 Jun (Sunday) Statehood Day
5 Aug (Saturday) Victory & Homeland Thanksgiving Day
15 Aug (Tuesday) Assumption of the Virgin Mary
8 Oct (Sunday) Independence Day
1 Nov (Wednesday) All Saints' Day
25 Dec (Monday) Christmas Day
26 Dec (Tuesday) St. Stephen's Day
Niksa Matic, Director of the House of Marin Drzic (Dom Marina Drzica) in Dubrovnik pays a visit to Italy on the occasion of the 450th anniversary of the death of Dubrovnik's very own Shakespeare, Marin Drzic.
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