Dubrovnik is not called the 'Jewel of the Adriatic' for nothing. This full-day guided tour of Dubrovnik and its surroundings starts by weaving through the limestone-paved streets of the ancient Stari Grad, or Old Town, a UNESCO-listed gem. See the main sighs such as the Rector's Palace and the Assumption Cathedral. After, get an unforgettable view of the Old Town from Mt Srđ and then sample some locally made wine and edible Dalmatian specialties in the Konavle Valley. Finally, finish the tour in Cavtat and relax on its harbor which has been the site of parked boats for two millennia.
See the UNESCO-listed sights of Dubrovnik Old Town during a guided walking tour
Enjoy bird’s-eye views of Dubrovnik and the Dalmatian Coast from the top of Mt Srđ
Savor local wine and lunch at a traditional restaurant in the beautiful Konavle Valley
Make the most of free time in the medieval coastal town of Cavtat
After getting picked up at your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle, ride to Dubrovnik's UNESCO-protected Stari Grad. Stroll the white limestone-clad streets, as your expert local guide points out the main sites and regales you with intriguing historical facts and anecdotes. See the Sponza Palace. Learn about the interesting history of Onofrio's Fountain. Traverse the main square and enter the impressive main church of Dubrovnik, the Cathedral of the Assumption, reconstructed in 1713 after an earthquake had ravished it 46 years earlier. Now it's time to go up. In the private vehicle ascend to the top of Mt Srđ, the 1,352-foot (412-meter) mountain that towers over the city. From here, snap photos of the incredible views of the Old Town and the deep blue Adriatic Sea. On a clear day, you can see as far as 37 miles (67 km) away. If all that sightseeing has built up an appetite, head to Konavle Valley where you'll indulge in some local wine and a few southern Dalmatian specialties. Conclude the tour with a visit to idyllic Cavtat, a small beachside town originally founded by the Greeks in the 6th century B.C. the medieval village boasts a 2,000-year-old harbor and a 16th-century rector's palace. After some time, hop back in the vehicle and get dropped off at your hotel in Dubrovnik again.