See the 'Pearl of the Adriatic' from the water on a kayak tour from Dubrovnik. Accompanied by a guide, paddle past the city's medieval walls, leaving time for some snorkeling, swimming, and snacks at an isolated beach cave along Dubrovnik's coastline. For an extra perk, book the evening tour and enjoy the sunset with a chilled glass of wine.
Head south to diminutive coastal Montenegro on this day trip from Dubrovnik. Take a scenic drive on the southern Dalmatian Coast and experience small Adriatic villages and towns, including the UNESCO-listed Kotor, situated in Europe’s southernmost fjord. Finish with an optional ferry ride across the Bay of Kotor and then enjoy a final scenic drive on your way back to Dubrovnik.
Discover ‘Game of Thrones’ film sites of Dubrovnik on this walking tour that takes in the real-life attractions used for some of the show’s locations. As you explore the city’s World Heritage-listed Old Town with your guide, enjoy views of the red-roofed skyline you know as King’s Landing. Follow in Joffrey’s footsteps at Lovrijenac Fortress, stand where Ayra Stark stood, and hear behind-the-scenes stories about filming in the city. When booking, you can choose to upgrade to include a tour to Trsteno Arboretum, which was used as the palace gardens. This Viator Exclusive is available nowhere else.
While in Dubrovnik, head to another country for the day to see the best of Bosnia and Herzegovina on a guided day trip. Stop in UNESCO-protected Počitelj, which boasts beautiful historical sites, then, head to Medjugorje, the place where, in 1981, six children saw an apparition of the Virgin Mary and has been one of the most popular spots for Catholic pilgrimage in the world. Finally, continue on to Mostar with its stunning bridge.
Navigating to Bosnia & Herzegovina’s Kravice Waterfalls from Dubrovnik can be challenging on your own so book a guided tour for a stress-free visit. Your driver will pick you up from your Dubrovnik hotel where you’ll then head out past the seaside villages of the Dubrovnik Riviera and into the Bosnian countryside towards the medieval town of Mostar. You’ll enjoy free time in Mostar before stopping at the Kravice Waterfalls on your way back to Dubrovnik.
Tour Dubrovnik like a royal on this Game of Thrones-themed tour of the city. Follow a guide who was directly involved with Game of Thrones filming en route to top Dubrovnik landmarks such as the Lovrijenac Fortress (the filming site of the Red Keep), and play with swords and props from the show—an exclusive experience fans love. This small-group tour is limited to just nine people for a friendly and personalized outing.
Get more for your money with this Dubrovnik Super Saver that combines a cable car trip up to Mt. Srd and a walking tour of the Old Town and the city walls. Ascend up the craggy Mt. Srd in the spacious comfortable cable car affording incredible views of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic. Then descend to the Old Town and begin an information-packed walking tour of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. Finally, climb up to the walls, strolling along the medieval fortifications while learning about the fascinating history of the city.
On this tour, you will be able to see why Dubrovnik is one of the best places to visit..paddling through the crystal clear Adriatic sea, listening to some stories and legends from the local guides, swimming and snorkeling in the Betina cave will definitely fulfill all your expectation.Being in the kayak during the sunset are the moments that you will carry in your hearts for a long time..not to mention the wine upon return.
Discover where the popular HBO series 'Game of Thrones' was filmed in Dubrovnik on this walking tour. Follow your guide to explore the Old Town on foot including top landmarks from Pile Gate to Lovrijenac Fort. Hear stories and gossip from behind the scenes of the filming process.
Dubrovnik is known for its history and architecture, but appreciating its many sights can be difficult on a self-led tour. Forget the guidebook and learn from a local on a tour of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, exploring landmarks including the Franciscan Monastery, Stradun monument, Cathedral of the Assumption, and more. Enjoy the intimate perspective of a walking tour as you gain insight into the city’s far-reaching heritage and culture.
Avoid the crowds that flock to the Blue Cave by booking a small-group tour to the popular destination. The boat’s crew is dedicated to creating an intimate trip and utilizes alternate routes and less-common departure times to ensure you have a less-crowded experience. Plus, while some trips take all day, this efficient tour is offered in both the morning and afternoon so it is easier to fit into your schedule.
View Dubrovnik from the sea and learn how to kayak on this half-day tour. Accompanied by a guide, paddle around the offshore island of Lokrum and hear stories about Dubrovnik’s history. Visit Betina Cave and pause for leisurely swimming and snorkeling with provided equipment. Opt to go cliff diving and take a break for snacks.
You can stroll down the Stradun and walk the wall of Dubrovnik but it’s much more meaningful if you know what you’re looking at. Which is why this informative and fun walking tour is a must for any visitor to the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic.’ Learn what makes this UNESCO World Heritage site so amazing and special. Learn about the architecture — Gothic, Renaissance and baroque — and the history behind the palaces, fountains, monasteries and churches. Walk the high walls and get a different perspective of the city.
Designed for fans of the epic HBO series, this Dubrovnik ‘Game of Thrones’ tour takes you behind the scenes in Old Town to the filming locations fantastically transformed into King’s Landing. Gaze out over Blackwater Bay, dare to step inside the Red Keep, and follow Cersei’s walk of shame. Hear inside stories from the set, and feel the weight of the Iron Throne for yourself with a power-hungry photo op.
Pair Bosnia-Herzegovina’s beautiful outdoor scenery with its historic monuments on this full-day excursion including a visit to Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls. Cross the Croatian border and stop to admire the splendor of these 80-foot (25-meter) cascades. Then head to Mostar for a guided walking tour of the Old Town, famous ‘Stari Most’ (bridge), and much more. Extra value for all our clients from is free entrance ticket to Turkish house in Mostar, the most visited museum in this city.
Explore 16th-century history on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast on this walking tour of Dubrovnik. Follow your guide on a tour through Dubrovnik’s ancient streets and gain insight into the city’s colorful past. Discover top sites of interest including Onofrio's Fountains and the Franciscan St. Saviour Church. Head to the Old Port, and learn of the city’s trading and maritime endeavors. During your tour, explore Croatia’s rich folklore, and hear tales of ancient legend concerning Sponza Palace and Orlando's Column.
Admire the scenery of the Adriatic Coast on this full-day Elaphite Island cruise from Dubrovnik. Board a shared boat and spend the day sailing to the three gems of Lopud, Sipan, and Kolocep. Relax and soak up the seascapes on deck as you cruise, and at each island, enjoy free time to explore stone villages, beaches, footpaths, and historical landmarks. Choose from three lunch dishes and enjoy unlimited onboard drinks. Includes Dubrovnik hotel pickup and drop-off.
Book this exciting day trip to up-and-coming Montenegro with a private guide and be sure to have an unforgettable travel day. Montenegro, off-the-beaten-path for many tourists, boasts some beautiful seaside towns. Explore Budva, Kotor, and Perast, learning about their history and what’s happening in present-day Montenegro from your knowledgeable guide. And come with your bathing suit because there is plenty of time to take a dip in the sea.
Learn why Dubrovnik is called the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ on this tour of the city’s Stari Grad, or Old Town, and its thick centuries old city walls. See the monasteries and churches, the palaces and the burgher houses, learn the history behind them, and stroll the streets with your guide. Hear about daily life in Dubrovnik during the Middle Ages, as well as, during the battles in the early 1990s. Then ascend to the walls, getting great views of the city and the sea. This Combo is a great way to get two tours—of the city and the walls—at one discounted price.
Immerse yourself in the world of Game of Thrones on this walking tour of Dubrovnik, the set for the fictional King's Landing. You'll hear behind-the-scenes tales and facts from your guide as you explore, stopping at all the major filming sites to explore and take photos. Enjoy plenty of time to ask questions of your multilingual guide as you travel.
Paddle around historic Dubrovnik in the company of a kayaking guide on this small-group kayaking tour. View the Old Town as you cross the Adriatic Sea to the Island of Lokrum, then stop at Betina Cave for some snorkeling and a snack. No experience necessary; use of all kayaking and snorkeling equipment is included.
Spend a morning swimming, snorkeling, and sea kayaking on this action-packed tour from Dubrovnik. Escape the city and set out to explore the Adriatic coast, enjoying spectacular views of Dubrovnik’s city walls along the way. Paddle your way to Lokrum Island, peek into the Betina sea cave, and stroll along palm-fringed beaches, before re-fuelling with a snack by the seafront.
Dubrovnik famously served as a filming location on HBO’s Game of Thrones, but matching landmarks to their fictional representation can be difficult on your own. Explore the city on a Games of Thrones tour and gain insight into the King’s Landing and Iron Throne filming locations from your guide. Attractions include Fort Lovrjenac, Lokrum Island, Trsteno Arboretum, and Srdj Mountain, for stunning views of Dubrovnik.
Skip the crowded, large-group Game of Thrones tours and instead join a private tour that focuses on your favorite scenes and the aspects of the show that interest you most. Melding Old Town history and GOT highlights, this private tour reveals filming locations even hard-core Game of Thrones fans might otherwise overlook. Plus, the guide displays photos from the show along the way so you can compare the scenes with reality in real-time.