Oozing historic charm and architecture from bygone eras, the Old Town of Dubrovnik features many of the city’s most famous attractions. The old city walls are in themselves an attraction. Built in the 10th century, and modified in later centuries, the walls reach as high as six metres and in places are up to six metres thick! With a total length of 2 kilometres, they make the perfect city walk, and offer some of the best views over the Adriatic Sea. Highlights of the wall walk include the four fortresses: the Lovrjenac Fort, the Revelin Fort, the Boka Tower and the Minceta Tower. Within the walls, you’ll find breathtaking architecture such as that of the Baroque-style Dubrovnik Cathedral, built upon the foundations of an earlier 6th-century structure. Inside the Cathedral, you’ll find the Treasury, which boasts a wealth of ancient holy relics, including a portion of the cross and 138 gold and silver reliquaries.