Become a property owner and get to know the charms of this historic city in the south of Dalmatia, called Dubrovnik! Also known as the Adriatic jewel, this UNESCO-protected city is one of the most luxurious locations in all of Croatia. Dubrovnik is a prominent tourist center but also one of the most desirable locations for buying real estate, especially in the last ten years. The increase in Dubrovnik’s real estate prices is caused by the fact that Dubrovnik is currently one of the most popular ‘lifestyle’ destinations in Europe. For a property in Dubrovnik, an average of 4,038 euros per square meter is required, and that amount is 7.5 percent higher compared to prices from 2019.
Located in the south of the Adriatic coastline, Dubrovnik is well connected by highway and close to the airport. Surrounded by natural beauty and endowed with many beautiful sandy beaches, this timeless city will for sure impress you. Headquartered in Dubrovnik, Croatia Real Estates presents an extensive database of residential and commercial luxury real estate with the addition of building plots, providing something for everyone’s taste and demand. With top service and offer, the leading real estate agency Croatia Real Estates cooperates with the international and national clientele by providing experienced mediation and advice in buying real estate, making you a safe and long-term investment worth your money and time!
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The city of Dubrovnik also known as The Pearl of Dalmatia is not only famous for its ancient history, but also for its timeless construction of its fortress city. Build as a city-harbor Dubrovnik stands as one of the most solid, timeless constructions on the entire Croatian coast. Along with that, Dubrovnik has become a heritage cradle for literature, art, gastronomy, and architecture in Croatia. Hosting thousands of tourists each year, Dubrovnik is also known to be a centerpiece for stunning and exotic-looking nature. One of the interesting things Dubrovnik is also known for is the fortress used in the blockbuster series The Game of Thrones, which brought huge popularity to the city's tourism.
Dubrovnik is not a cheap city for life. In fact, it's known to be one, or perhaps the most expensive city in entire Croatia. With high living standards, increasing prices in real estate, and gastronomy Dubrovnik has become the most luxurious city to live in.
It's a hard tie between these two great cities, but hands down Dubrovnik is way more expensive than Split.
Dubrovnik and its county is well known to have some of the most stunning beaches in Croatia. Some of the most prominent are Banje Beach, Sunset Beach, Beach Sveti Jakov, Betina Cave Beach, Old Town Beaches (Bard Mala Buza & Buza Beach), Coral Beach Club, Šulić Beach, and Bellevue Beach.
Dubrovnik is historically known for its amazing cuisine and being one of the 5 cities in Croatia owning a Michelin star restaurant. The most typical food know to be a great spot to eat it’s traditional black risotto (black ink comes from a well now cuttlefish from the Adriatic sea), mussels alla buzara (mussels prepared in a white wine sauce), dalmatian peka (veggies and meat baked, not in the oven but under the hot, iron bell), pašticada (a slow-cooked beef prepared in rich tomato sauce, usually served with gnocchi or homemade pasta) and rozata ( a medieval dessert halfway between creme brulee and flan) and of course a great offer of stunning southern dalmatian wines.
Sipping a cup of coffee in Dubrovnik could be quite expensive nowadays. Depending on where you sit, usually prices vary from 20-40 kunas, depending on which type of coffee you are drinking.
The gastronomy in Dubrovnik is considered to be one of the most expensive in the whole of Croatia, being mostly compared to Vienna, Austria. If you are buying in small local markets probably you could get food much cheaper, compared to bigger food chains such as Konzum, etc.
Bottled water you can find from 8k for 1 liter in a supermarket, while in a restaurant the same will be 20 kunas.
The prices for parking in Dubrovnik could be quite pricey! For one hour you will pay 18 kunas and for 24 h you will have to cash 200 kunas.
Gastronomy in Dubrovnik is known to be one of the most expensive in entire Croatia. Dubrovnik stands as one of the 5 Michelin restaurants in entire Croatia, followed by fellow restaurants in Istria, Šibenik, and Zagreb. Apart from that, this everlasting city has become a real luxury spot for all gastronomy lovers in the past decade, making it one of the most expensive cities to ''dine out'' in Croatia.