Dubrovnik, invincible city and an important Mediterranean tourist center was in 1979 placed on the UNESCO list of cultural heritage. Today the city is proof of the historical, cultural, maritime and commercial potential of the place and generations of its inhabitants.
The main Dubrovnik street in the old town, Stradun, has a mocking name which originates from the Venetians and means great street. It stretches in the direction east-west, between the two city doors (Pilska and Piloška door) and two fountains (Great and Small Onofrio Fountain). Here you can drink a cold drink, refresh yourself and enjoy observing the passers and feel the pulse of the city.
Among the important events on the Stradun we should not forget to mention the solemn procession of St. Blaise (February, 3) and the New Year's celebration that ranks among the 10 most attractive in the world. See the Dubrovnik landmarks and testify the glorious history of this city such as Onofrio Fountain, Minčeta Fortress, Sponza Palace or refresh yourself in the crystal clear turquoise water on Banje, the most famous beach in Dubrovnik.