Dobro dochli* in Dubrovnik, nicknamed the Pearl of the Adriatic or the Croatian Mont-Saint-Michel.
You may have already walked the medieval streets and the images of the turquoise water of the Adriatic seem familiar to you through the Game of Thrones series.
Dubrovnik, renowned for its natural beauty, is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. Dubrovnik is a Baroque city rebuilt after an earthquake in 1667 and it also surprises by its historical heritage: the Rector's Palace, Sponzz Palace, the Stradun, the Orlando Column, churches, monasteries...
An extraordinary city to explore awaits you to go around the ramparts, take a break in the shade of the orange trees, stroll in the harbour or stroll around Placa, an old arm of the sea that became the city's main road in the 9th century, or take the cable car and admire the red roofs of this medieval city...
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HOTELS & TRAVEL
Under the name of the Croatian Mont-Saint-Michel, Dubrovnik spreads, a clever mixture of land and sea.
Discover the city from the flagship venue of this Assembly, the Hilton Imperial Hotel. It is in this exceptional 5-star establishment, ideally located, that all the highlights of the General Assembly will take place.
Find all the information on transport and accommodation during this meeting.
Flashback to the 2019 GA
Here in Dubrovnik, on this special occasion where we are showcasing our achievements, I feel proud of the commitments we have honoured and I feel strengthened by the four years spent working alongside you. On that note, I would like to say a few personal words. I would like to say that it has been a great pleasure for me to help transform our Federation over the past four years. I have greatly enjoyed constructing – together and alongside each of you – our joint project for advancing education. Every day I feel excited to be defending, by your sides, the values of democracy and harmonious living that inspire us all.
A year from now we will meet in Dubrovnik, Croatia, under the Pearl of the Adriatic sun.”
Claude Vivier Le Got, welcome speech, 2020 GA