Last weekend, from June 12 to 15, there were 4,253 overnight stays recorded in Dubrovnik, and on June 13, 1,303 tourists stayed in Dubrovnik, mostly from Croatia and Germany. These are the statistics published by Dubrovnik Tourist Board, and they are showing the better situation after the corona virus pandemic. Hopefully, the season will recover in total!
During this period, 2,070 overnight stays were realized in hotel accommodation, 1,426 in private accommodation, while a smaller number of overnight stays were realized in other forms of accommodation. Currently, 14 hotels and a little more than fifty restaurants have been opened in Dubrovnik area, and with the landing of the first flight of Air Baltic, with 96 passengers on a flight from Riga, international air traffic to Dubrovnik has been re-established.
A special promotional campaign of the City of Dubrovnik and the Tourist Board of the City of Dubrovnik began on June 15. It includes numerous discounts and benefits for all visitors who arrive to the city of Dubrovnik until the end of June. With a big discount for Dubrovnik City Walls and Lokrum Island Reserve, many hotels, private renters, travel agencies and restaurants offer their services at reduced prices. The City of Dubrovnik for one purchased, offers one free weekly Dubrovnik Card.
Free entrance for all visitors is offered by the Trsteno Arboretum, Lazareti, the Homeland War Museum and the Dubrovnik Museums (Cultural and Historical Museum in the Rector’s Palace, Maritime Museum in St. John’s Fortress, Ethnographic Museum in Rupe granary, exhibitions of the Archaeological Museum in Revelin Fortress), House of Marin Držić and the Dubrovnik Art Gallery. Dubrovnik museums have new working hours – from 10 am to 6 pm, from Tuesday to Sunday. Enjoy your stay in Dubrovnik!