Dubrovnik Region

Paparazzo Steak House

Paparazzo Steak House

If you combine stylish food and ambience of Villa Ruza followed by chef Ruder Jelavic, you will get a nice and funky match called Paparazzo! Located in the Old town, surrounded by old Dubrovnik history you will have chance to taste delicious tapas for lunch and the best steaks for dinner. Enjoying the real atmosphere of the Old town you can have a bit of Villa Ruza on your plate. Passion for food and something new will lead you worldwide, having the best steaks for your perfect dinner.

Paparazzo is great place to feel the Old Town in a real way; with its terrace in the middle of local people homes you will experience living in the Old town.

Ploče

Ploče

Tourist board of Ploče

Ploče is located on the Adriatic coast in Dalmatia just north of the Neretva Delta and is such a natural seaside endpoint of most north-south routes through the Central Dinaric Alps This make it primary seaport used by Bosnia an Herzegovina and endpoint of Pan-Europian corridor 5c.

Restaurant Amoret

Restaurant Amoret

Located next to Dubrovnik Cathedral, this family owned restaurant has a long history of satisfied guest. With a great selection of local sea food and meat dishes… With a large shaded terrace, quick services and affordable prices, you will be wise to include Amoret on your list of places to visit while in Dubrovnik.

Restaurant Bota - Mali Ston

Restaurant Bota - Mali Ston

You can find restaurant Bota Sare, Mali Ston in narrow center waterfront, situated within old castle.wide palette of oysters, fish, shellfish are prepared as per original local recipes that bring finger licking food to your table (ask for gradele, popara, buzara, brudet…). Do not miss to try local risotto, black risotto, and homemade bread from natural fire heated oven….
"… two old dusty books with recipes that were found in basement of their home were foundation of all recipes for Bota Sare dishes that are offered in this warm corner of dalmatian coast. Our chefs find inspiration in those books to master their culinary art and have original dishes always available…"

Salvador Dali exhibition

Salvador Dali exhibition

02.04. - 29.11.2018., OPENING HOURS: 09 - 23h

Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, Marqués de Dalí de Púbol (11 May 1904 – 23 January 1989), known professionally as Salvador Dalí (Catalan Spanish, was a prominent Spanish surrealist artist born in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain.

Dalí was a skilled draftsman, best known for the striking and bizarre images in his surrealist work. His painterly skills are often attributed to the influence of Renaissance masters.[ His best-known work, The Persistence of Memory, was completed in August 1931. Dalí's expansive artistic repertoire included film, sculpture, and photography, in collaboration with a range of artists in a variety of media.

Dalí attributed his "love of everything that is gilded and excessive, my passion for luxury and my love of oriental clothes" to an "Arab lineage", claiming that his ancestors were descended from the Moors.

Dalí was highly imaginative, and also enjoyed indulging in unusual and grandiose behavior. His eccentric manner and attention-grabbing public actions sometimes drew more attention than his artwork, to the dismay of those who held his work in high esteem, and to the irritation of his critics.

Shizuku - Japanese Cuisine

Shizuku - Japanese Cuisine

Opened by a Japanese couple in 2013 this pretty much ticks all the boxes – fine sushi and sashimi prepared with attention to both detail and authenticity; a good choice of Japanese meat dishes and soups; and moderate prices. 

Located near the beach in Lapad but slightly set back from the tourist areas in a residential neighbourhood, it’s popular with the locals and also does a brisk take-out trade. Japanese spirits and beers help to stretch out a long and satisfying evening.

Sirana Gligora Dubrovnik

Sirana Gligora Dubrovnik

The Gligora Store in Dubrovnik is located in the Gruž port next to the marketplace, only 30 meters away from it, on the seafront in the direction of the old town. In addition to cheese, albumin cheese, milk and yogurt, it offers a wide selection of prosciutto, wine and olive oil.

Visit the separate room behind the cheeses to find our wines and oils!

Our saleswoman Zdenka will welcome you to the boutique.

Taj Mahal - Hotel Lero

Taj Mahal - Hotel Lero

Bosnian cuisine

In our restaurants in Old City and Hotel Lero we finally got the space and freedom to present our guests what the Bosnian cuisine is really about. The moment you step in, you are transported into another world. Sevdah music and traditional Bosnian home cuisine, stories we love to share with you and special selection of sweets and liquors in an ambient that blends the modern comfort with staple features of the Bosnian architecture-all of this becomes part of your experience.

We want our every guest to have their own experience. That is why our menu is designed to cater too many needs. Among others you will find many tasty vegetarian dishes and our staff are always happy to answer any questions.

Ever since the Roman times, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s specific geographical location brought it into close contact with foreign culture and its customs and habits.

Here, in our restaurant, this rich history is cherished to this very day. Guided by the thought that diversity is a blessing we are the keepers of the traditional.

Taj Mahal - Old town

Taj Mahal - Old town

Bosnian cuisine

We opened our doors for the first time in 2004. Back then our only advertisement was the comforting and inviting smell spreading from our grill and stove in the Old Town restaurant’s tiny kitchen were we first started sharing our cooking traditions.
People came and told their friends. And the homely atmosphere and our filling dishes have been popular with both locals and tourists ever since.

Taj Mahal’s sister restaurant opened in 2013 in Hotel Lero. With it, we finally got the space and freedom to present our guests what the Bosnian cuisine is really about. The moment you step in, you are transported into another world. Sevdah music and traditional Bosnian home cuisine, stories we love to share with you and special selection of sweets and liquors in an ambient that blends the modern comfort with staple features of the Bosnian architecture-all of this becomes part of your experience.

We want our every guest to have their own experience. That is why our menu is designed to cater too many needs. Among others you will find many tasty vegetarian dishes and our staff are always happy to answer any questions.
Ever since the Roman times, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s specific geographical location brought it into close contact with foreign culture and its customs and habits.

Here, in our restaurant, this rich history is cherished to this very day. Guided by the thought that diversity is a blessing we are the keepers of the traditional.

Tavern Bakus

Tavern Bakus

Restaurnat "Bakus" is located in the old part of Ston. Our restaurant offers you the very best of gastronomical specialities: a wonderful selection of fresh sea food,our delicious mussels, a variety of mest dishes along with a good choice of selected wines.

Come and enjoy our superb specialities in the most beautiful surroundings, served by our friendly stuff.

We are looking forward to meeting you!

Tavern Konavoski dvori

Tavern Konavoski dvori

Traditional dishes of the Konavle region

In the gentle valley of Konavle, in the lush greenery of the centuries old trees and on the banks of a clean river named Ljuta, the time seems to have stopped. The restaurant Konavoski Dvori resting in an ancient mill by the rumbling river not only has a unique location but also offers a tranquil ambiance. The cold Ljuta river during the summer months serves as a natural cooler.
National specialties from all regions of Croatia are available upon advance order.

It is a perfect place to spend a day enjoying the untouched nature, getting to know Konavle tradition, and eating a delicious food. When you visit the Konavoski Dvori, enjoy the excellent smoked ham, cheese kept in oil, young lamb and veal baked under the iron bell, home-baked bread, grilled trout and other specialities of this renowned restaurant.

Dishes are prepared here in the same traditional way as our grandmothers used to make them and the waiters are dressed in regional costumes.

The Gatsby Restaurant&Lounge

The Gatsby Restaurant&Lounge

The GATSBY Restaurant / Wine Bar & Lounge Dubrovnik

The GATSBY Restaurant is located in the old part of the town, in the close vicinity of the Ethnographic Museum and the Domino Church in Dubrovnik.  Although in the core area of the town, it is sufficiently hidden from the throng and buzz of the town.  Designed to be a supreme offer oasis, the GATSBY Restaurant exudes style which creates a perfect ambient with our gastronomic delicacies.

In addition, we are mindful of the change in the seasons and the gifts of nature (seasonal fruits and vegetables, fish, meat…) and present them through the restaurant special offer on a daily basis. The restaurant’s offer is based on the national cuisine dishes a`la cart.  By its pleasant atmosphere and the ambient calmness, variety of exquisite dishes, and discrete and exclusive service, the GATSBY Restaurant succeeds in pleasing and hosting on any occasion, at its banquets, business meetings, family celebrations and other events you want to remember and share with your loved ones. 

A high level of professionalism and exquisite cuisine and gastronomy guarantee our guest satisfaction. 

Trpanj

Trpanj

Tourist board of Trpanj

As one of the oldest settlements on Pelješac peninsula, Trpanj, a place of labourers and fishermen, grew into a tourist oasis on this part of Mediterranean.

If you wish to spend unforgetable moments of your life, visiting this little paradise will be right thing to do. A picture is worth thousand words.

Vela Luka

Vela Luka

Tourist board of Vela Luka

In the western part of the island is the town of Vela Luka, situated in a deep and large bay, surrounded with many coves, whose shores are covered with vineyards, olive trees, figs and pine trees gently down towards the sea.

With its 4500 inhabitants Vela Luka is the second largest town on the Adriatic islands, a safe anchorage and harbor for boaters.

The wide panoramic views, mild Mediterranean climate, clear sea, interesting and rich cultural heritage, various sports, recreational and entertainment facilities and warm-hearted and hospitable people make Vela Luka an attractive tourist destination.