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Dear visitors to the city of Dubrovnik,

On the following pages you can find some basic information and tips about Covid-19 if you are traveling or currently in Dubrovnik.
The latest recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health related to Covid-19, which relate to responsible behaviour and guidelines, can be found HERE.

The following hotels are open to all visitors:
Dubrovnik Palace, Excelsior, Hilton Imperijal Dubrovnik, Kazbek, More,Rixos Premium, Royal Blue, Royal Palm Hotel, The Pucić Palace, Valamar Dubrovnik President,Adria, Grand Hotel Park, Lero, Uvala, Dubrovnik, Petka, Stari grad
*Recommendations for the work of hotels and private accommodation during Covid-19 MORE

All museums within the Dubrovnik Museums establishment will have the same opening times, from Tuesday to Sunday the museums are open from 10:00am to 6:00pm and on  Mondays they are close to visitors.
- Cultural History Museum (Rector's Palace): Tuesday – Sunday  -10.00am  to 6.00pm
- Maritime Museum (St. John Fort): Tuesday – Sunday  -10.00am  to 6.00pm
- Ethnographic Museum (Rupa Granary): Tuesday – Sunday  -10.00am  to 6.00pm
- Exhibition " Early Medieval Sculptures of Dubrovnik and Surroundings" in the Revelin Fortress
Archaeological Research / Spatial Development / Foundry" (Revelin Fort): Tuesday – Sunday  -10.00am  to 4.00pm

- Dubrovnik Art Gallery (Banac Palace, Dulčić-Masle-Pulitika Gallery, Pulitika Atelier),
From Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00am to 6:00pm, and closed on  Mondays for visitors.

- The House of Marin Držić
From Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00am to 6:00pm, and closed on  Mondays for visitors.

- Red history museum - from Tuesday to Sunday 11.00 am to 6.00 pm  last enter 5.00 pm,  Monday closed

- The Dubrovnik City Walls – every day open from 8.00am till 7.30pm

- Cable car - closed

- The National Archives -

From June 1st

Monday – Friday 9.00 am to noon

Reading room

Monday – Friday 8:15am -3:00pm

Saturday 8:15am -1:00pm

Sunday: Closed

The atrium of the palace Sponza (The Veterans' Room and exhibition spaces)

01.06 – 01.11 Monday- Saturday 9.00am-9.00pm

Holiday and Sunday 9.00am -3.00pm

- Dominican Monastery -   from 9.00 am to 3.00 pm

- Franciscan monastery - from June 1st 2020, temporary from 9.00 am to 2.00 pm

- Cathedral Treasury - Monday- Saturday 09:00 – 12:00

*Recommendations for Covid-19 prevention in museums, galleries and other exhibition spaces MORE

The following boat lines are provided for all visitors lines to Elafiti islands:


Dubrovnik (City port) - Lokrum Reserve

Departure from the City Harbour Return from the Island of Lokrum
10:00 10:15
11:00 11:15
12:00 12:15
13:00 13:15
14:00 14:15
15:00 15:15
16:00 16:15
17:00 17:15
18:00 18:15

The last boat

The public institution Lokrum Reserve is introducing expert guiding to interested visitors from 18.05.2020. The guided tour from nature conservationists will be held every day from 11:00 to 12:00 (and includes - Portoč, botanical garden, monastery complex, Maximilian's mansion, olive grove and the Dead Sea). On Saturdays, in the period from 11:00 - 12:00, a guided tour with an emphasis on natural values will be held.

From May 28, regular Jadrolinija lines to the islands should be introduced.
Prapratno - Mljet, ferry line (every day)

*Recommendations for the operation of high-speed lines and ferries for the transport of passengers during the Covid-19 epidemic MORE

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