Dubrovnik has become one of the most popular destinations in the world. Its UNESCO-listed Old City is encircled by medieval walls with impressive towers, bastions, and casemates, whilst filled with many enchanting wonders. The limestone-paved streets are lined with magnificent baroque, gothic, and renaissance architecture, including one of the oldest still-active pharmacies in Europe, founded in 1317 AD. You can marvel at it all from above by walking the city walls, gazing over the red-tiled roofs on one side, with the sea and nearby islands on the other. You’ll find plenty of enticing spots to dine on traditional Croatian fare with a spectacular view as well.