Stretching almost two kilometres around Dubrovnik’s Old Town, the Walls of Dubrovnik are a series of defensive stone walls built between the 12th and 17th centuries. The Heritage-listed Walls of Dubrovnik are considered one of the greatest fortifications of the Middle Ages.
Walk along the Dubrovnik City Walls, which offer a completely different perspective of the Old Town. Climb up the Minceta Fortress to soak up stunning views across the beautifully-preserved limestone streets, then visit the Aquarium and Maritime Museum at St John’s Fortress.
Watch sailboats cruising the Adriatic waters as you walk along the southern section, with the rocky shores of Buza Beach nestled below. If you want to gain deeper insight into the rich history of the city and its charming architecture, join a guided tour of the Walls of Dubrovnik.
The Walls of Dubrovnik can be accessed from the Pile Gate, St. Lucas Fortress or St. John Fortress, with a bus stop located adjacent to Pile Gate. Dubrovnik Airport is a 25-minute drive from the Old Town.