Old town of DubrovnikDubrovnik , Croatia
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Dubrovnik Old Town
This webcam demonstrates the Old Town of Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Old Dubrovnik, shown online, takes one of the leading places in the ranking of the main attractions in Europe.
If you compare with the whole territory of Dubrovnik, its old part, which you see on the right in the webcam, takes up very little space. It is located almost in the very center of the city.
The main gate leading to Old Dubrovnik in this online live camera is called Pile, it is located in an old fortress. It is not only an important landmark of the city, but also its main transport hub. There are stops and end routes for many types of public transport at the gate.
The entire Old Town of Dubrovnik, broadcasted online, is located within the Pile fortress walls – the starting point for walking around the city. Passing them, tourists find themselves on the main central street of the Old Town – Stradun Street. On the right there is the Big Onufriev fountain with clean drinking water.
Further, the street leads to the main square of Dubrovnik with the web camera – the Lodge Square with the Catholic Church of St. Blaise and the clock tower.
Another interesting attraction of the Old Town, perfectly shown in live feed, is the Baroque Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary from the 18th century with a dome towering over the red tiled roofs of the city. Previously, there were other temples here, but for various reasons they were destroyed.
At the end of Stradun Street is the Old Town pier, which has hosted Mediterranean ships throughout Dubrovnik’s history. Later, a new city port of Gruž, which can also be seen in the webcam on the Baltic Live Cam website, has replaced the Old Dubrovnik Marina. Pleasure and excursion yachts and boats depart from Gruž, as well as a ferry of Lokrum Island.
There is Buža beach in Old Dubrovnik, located on the rocks near the city walls – the most important place in the city where tourists rush.
Besides the fortress walls with the Pile Gate and the main Stradun Street, in Dubrovnik you see online, it is worth seeing the Fort of St. Lawrence and the Rector’s Palace – a UNESCO World Heritage Site.