Dubrovnik ( [dǔbroːʋniːk] , denominada tradicionalmente en español Ragusa) es una ciudad costera localizada en la región de Dalmacia, en la República de Croacia, cerca de la frontera nacional con Bosnia y Herzegovina. Es uno de los centros turísticos más importantes del mar Adriático. Se la conoce como "la perla del Adriático", "la Atenas dálmata", ya que sus antiguos habitantes la distinguían como única, donde proliferaron grandes exponentes de la humanidad, de las artes y ciencias. Capital del condado de Dubrovnik-Neretva, es una ciudad rodeada de murallas y fortificaciones, al pie de la montaña de San Sergio, que cae a pico sobre las aguas del Adriático. En 1979, la ciudad antigua (el recinto amurallado) fue declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco; la declaración fue ampliada en 1994.
En la primera mitad del siglo VII, ante las invasiones de eslavos y ávaros que asolaban la península balcánica, los habitantes romanizados de la ciudad de Epidauro (actualmente conocida como Cavtat o Ragusavecchia) buscaron refugio en un cercano asentamiento que recibía el nombre de Rausium, situado en la isla de Laus (que en griego significa "roca"), frente a la costa del Adriático. Un anónimo geógrafo bizantino de Rávena, en el año 667, señala como fecha de este acontecimiento el año 614. Esta es la primera mención escrita que se hace de la ciudad de Ragusa de los Dálmatas romanizados, así de acuerdo con un famoso pasaje de Constantino Porfirogénito:
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Brian Murphy | feb. 19, 2018
Must-see Dubrovnik fort! Offers best vantage point and spectacular views of the city and Adriatic. Lots of steps up, but is completely worth it. Make sure to look from both sides of the cliffs BEFORE you reach the entrance for amazing photo spots.
Bellybutton Man | feb. 19, 2018
If you don't visit the walls the ticket will cost you 50kn but if you bought the ticket for the walls first then you can use it to gain entry to Fort Lovrijenac. Magnificent place with a stunning view and a few Game of thrones filming sets. You will notice Cersei's map room as soon as you place your foot inside the fort. Definetly a must visit place next to the Walls of Dubrovnik.
Paul Lee | feb. 24, 2018
Gorgeous view of the fort and old city walls. The water is a mesmerizing blue, and going in February led to no crowds!
Patrick Lim | nov. 29, 2017
A definite must go. You can see the castle walls from the other side. If you are a game of thrones fan then take the tour and they will bring you here and explain to you the scenes.
Stan Baillif | dic. 17, 2017
Stunning views. It was also used for scenes in King's Landing for Game of Thrones. If you take a tour, they will show you the scenes that were shot there.
Joshua Vedder | mar. 29, 2018
Really great! Amazing views. Can use city wall ticket for free entrance. Quite small, about 15 mins total.
Munira Al Balushi | mar. 2, 2018
Even thought there aren't really many things you can do inside but to experience the view of Dubrovnik from another angle, it's worth going all the up and enjoy the breeze and the breathtaking views.
Shanon Denzine | may. 5, 2018
Cool small castle with great views of old city Dubrovnik. It's free with the ticket you get for the city wall tour, so definitely worth seeing. Not elevator or ramped entrances for those of limited mobility. Just stairs.
Rita Kamil | abr. 15, 2018
Really neat old fortress! Built in the 1000s, it pre-dates so many other constructions in the city and throughout Europe. Experiencing the fortress in person is a real treat because it of its age.
Bart Van Dongen | abr. 26, 2018
Definitely worth a few more steps after visiting the city walls. Provides you with an amazing view over the old city and its walls.
Munira Al Balushi | abr. 24, 2018
Even thought there aren't really many things you can do inside but to experience the view of Dubrovnik from another angle is worth going all the way up and enjoy the breeze and the breathtaking views.
alan trinh | may. 28, 2018
Included in the city wall ticket - the fortress itself is quite small and you can walk it in 30 min. The views it gives you of old town and the wall is amazing. It is also gives you amazing photo op of the bay below Highly recommended.
Damir Ovcina | may. 22, 2018
Lovrijenac is a fort on a cliff representing architectural wonder in Dubrovnik. It's also known as Red Keep in famous HBO tv show Game Of Thrones. Views from the fort are amazing 🙂
Rachel Parnham | may. 21, 2018
Free entry as part of City Walls ticket. I've never seen Game of Thrones so the connection is lost on me. Pleasant enough - small- doesn't take long to look around!
Chanakan Khunkitchai | may. 16, 2018
Fantastic place to travel!! You can see the whole old town of Dubrovnik by walking up here and it’s already included in the ticket. I love this place 💛
DarkGamer72 | jul. 1, 2018
Best views in Dubrovnik of the old town bar none. Absolutely gorgeous. We went here on our Game of Thrones tour and thoroughly enjoyed viewing sights we'd seen on the show.
Jiayi Chen | jun. 25, 2018
You can watch a Shakespeare show there. A midsummer night's dream. Very cool. Take sweaters for the late night show. Cold!
Effie Simmons | jun. 29, 2018
Good for the price, comes with a discount for the walls. Great for a panorama of Dubrovnik old town but more information required on the history of the fort. Google or a guide are required.
Marius Artenie | ago. 11, 2018
As a Game of Thrones fan, being able to come here and visit and city is amazing! The city isn't the most spectacular and unfortunately the souvenirs are not that great but walking on the set of Game of Thrones is awesome! Walking on the pier was my favorite because is was the least crowded area of the city and one of the few places where CGI was least used to change the view.
Matthew Shaw | ago. 17, 2018
It's a monument. Basically this is an empty structure. It was where many scenes of game of thrones were filmed so is cool for that and definitely on the tourist trail. Come with a guide if you want to know what's what. Lots of stairs to climb to get here.
Ness Fernandes | jul. 24, 2018
This fort provides good views of the city walls. Entry fee is included with entrance to the city walls. We got the Dubrovnik card and found that good value. Not a must see, but worth a visit if you have Time.
Adam Larsson | jul. 22, 2018
Beautiful whether you are a fan of game of thrones (the red keep) or not this is for me a must visit in Dubrovnik. Beautiful place. It’s 50 kn to get inside. Save the ticket and you get the city wall ticket in the old town for 100 kn instead of 150.
UNNIE | jul. 12, 2018
Good view of Dubrovnik city walls from the outside. Entry is not free(50 kuna I guess). Only claim to fame is that game of thrones scenes were shot there. It's not a must visit place, go there only if you are a huge GOT fan.
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