The August sun heightens Dubrovnik's beauty, and its cityscape becomes a monumental stage. The Summer Festival has been its annual highlight for 67 years, and it's showing no signs of tiring: some of the world's finest orchestras and classical musicians will play amid the medieval walls this year, and literature fans will lap up the line-up of plays and poetry readings. Aside from the festival, much of the entertainment on offer consists of concerts against sublime backdrops (Park Orsula, the Church of St. Blaise). Oh, and there's also a little exhibition by Pablo Picasso. Here are ten wonderful things to do in Dubrovnik this month.