Tradition and people

January 31st – The End of the Dubrovnik Republic

January 31st – The End of the Dubrovnik Republic

On this day, on 31st January 1808, the French Imperial Army led by Marshal Auguste de Marmont abolished the Dubrovnik…
Photo: The Flags are Up! The Celebration of St. Blaise Begins!

Photo: The Flags are Up! The Celebration of St. Blaise Begins!

If you are wondering why Dubrovnik has been covered with flags today, here’s your answer. Flags are symbols of the…
Christmas Celebration in Dubrovnik

Christmas Celebration in Dubrovnik

The Mediterranean, tradition and the warmth of old customs are the main characteristics of the holiday season in Dubrovnik. The…
Video: Magical Christmas Morning on Stradun

Video: Magical Christmas Morning on Stradun

From the early morning streets of Dubrovnik are fulfilled with happy faces. People came out to celebrate and sing kolende…
Thousands Lights to Celebrate the Meaning of Christmas

Thousands Lights to Celebrate the Meaning of Christmas

Thousands of lights have illuminated St. Michael’s Church in Dubrovnik today to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. The church…
Today we Celebrate the Feast of Saint Lucia

Today we Celebrate the Feast of Saint Lucia

Catholics in Croatia traditionally celebrate the feast of Saint Lucia on the 13th of December. It is a Croatian custom to…
Photo: Christmas Fairy Tale in Luza

Photo: Christmas Fairy Tale in Luza

Children’s Winter Festival Orlandino has brought the real Christmas story to Luza. Where children were guests of fairies, elves, Santa…