City Dubrovnik is situated on the south of Croatia. On its north-west it is close to the border with Bosna and Hercegovina and on its south-east it has a border with Crna Gora. In history it existed as an independent country named Dubrovačka Republika, the only ciy-state on the eastern coast of the Adriatic. With its position under the hill Srđ Dubrovnik looks like a natural phenomenon so it has been added to the UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1979. Certainly the most attractive area of Dubrovnik is its old city nucleus and the city walls inside it. The Dubrovnik City Walls are 1940 m long and they contain of five fortresses and sixteen bastions and towers. In the history they serbed to defense the Dubrovačka Republika. The main parts of the Dubrovnik City Walls are fortresses Minčeta, Bokar, Sv. Ivan, Lovrijenac and Revelin. Fortress Minčeta is the symbol of the defence of the city Dubrovnik, it is situated on the highest part of the city and it defended the city from the north. The main street in the city where hundreds of guests meet all year round during the walk through the old city nucleus is Stradun or Placa. Besides the old city the surrounding towns and islands also attract many guests – Pelješac peninsula, Mljet National Park on one part of the island Mljet and the town Cavtat. If you are coming to Dubrovnik or leaving Dubrovnik and its surrounding area we recommend that you contact our Holiday taxi transfer whic will take you to the wanted direction at the most affordable taxi transfer price.