Dubrovnik’s charm and uniqueness is encapsulated within its every brick, church, illumination, a glass of wine standing on the table, an ice-cream in the hands of a voyager. All this allows us to get lost in the enigmatic vibe.
At night the town isn’t busy as it is in the daytime, however you’d not call it deserted at all. Don’t be in a rush to base yourself immediately at some café. Take a walk, feel an all-time inspiration and romance.
There’s a very secluded restaurant near Large Onofrio's Fountain with its intimate terrace. People sit around wrought tables, drink vine and listen to light jazzy sounds of artists from all over the world. If you find the will to walk a bit more, then follow a narrow Od Puca street which will take you to a square called Gunduliceva Poljana. Look around you and remember this special time. You’ll feel yourself out of this century, this millennium. There are just you and the beauty of this world. Here at the square just above a local market there’s a private terrace filled with hydrangeas. If you see them blooming lushly, it will be a very unforgettable picture.