Dubrovnik Hotel Celebrates its Heritage with New Art Discovery Package

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In honor of World Art Day on April 15, Hotel Bellevue welcomes discerning travelers to experience Eastern Europe’s finest in art and culture. Carved into a cliffside in the heart of Dubrovnik and overlooking the Adriatic Sea, this charming seaside hotel is now offering the Art Discovery Package (343 EUR) — a luxurious three-night stay which includes two ‘Dubrovnik Cards’ to explore & learn about the ancient city though its many museums and art galleries.

Whether you’re a lawyer, marine biologist, writer or academic — there’s a museum for everyone! Options include:

· Cultural and Historical Museum allows guests to explore the court room, dungeon, and a scribe’s office as well as thousands of artistic paintings, furniture and everyday items between the 15th and 20th centuries.

· Maritime Museum offers a rich history of Dubrovnik’s maritime trade through exhibits featuring atlases, old books of nautical theory, navigational instruments, submarine archeological finds of sunken ships and more.

· Natural History Museum has acquired 1,117 specimens since 1872 which are on display to visitors throughout its extraordinary exhibits, one of them being a leatherback sea turtle caught in 1894.

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· House of Marin Držić transports museum guests to the 16th century as it showcases an interesting and modern audiovisual presentation from the best Croatian Renaissance writers and comedians.

· Art Gallery Dubrovnik is in a former presidential mansion of Božo Banac, and now houses art from the end of the 19th century and the Croatian modern period.

· Rupe Ethnographic Museum shows how dedicated the residents of Dubrovnik were at preserving and storing wheat, barely, and millet in the 16th century, showcasing folk costumes and textile handiwork.

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