Dubrovnik, the Pearl of Adriatic, embraced with ancient medieval stone walls and towers, located at the foot of the Mount Srđ and surrounded by the incredibly pristine waters of the mythic Adriatic Sea, is Croatia’s most popular tourist destination, and one of the shining tourist and cultural stars of the European Union. With more than 1000 years of history reflected in every stone of this genuinely breathtaking place, Dubrovnik provides a trip through the time to each of its visitors. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, Dubrovnik features a rich gastronomical and cultural scene.

Along the breathtaking Dubrovnik Riviera, you will find many charming spots, among them, the picturesque fishermen village of Mlini, home of the HTCC4. When there, you will be at mere 10 km from the gates of the Dubrovnik old town. Pick your time, take the Libertas local bus No 10, departing from Cavtat roughly every hour and going to the central bus station in Dubrovnik. Hop off at the bus stop Ilijina glavica, and dive into the incomparable beauty of the Dubrovnik walled old town. When heading back to Mlini, take the same bus (No. 10, to Cavtat) again, but to hop on, pick the bus stop Žičara (closest to the gate of the old town). You will spot easily this bus stop, as it is close to base station of the Dubrovnik cable car, which you should use only in case you don’t want to miss the best view you ever had. In every other case, don’t feel obliged :).