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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.
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.
See more of Dubrovnik in less time on this two-for-one driving and walking tour. Pick from a number of daily departure times, and meet your guide either at the historical Pile Gate or at Dubrovnik’s port. You’ll embark on a driving tour of the region’s key sights, and will travel via air-conditioned, Wi-Fi-equipped vehicle. Discover Mt. Srd, the Ombla River, and more, before returning to the city center, where you’ll set out on a walking tour of the Old Town.
First-timers, even third timers, should not miss this info-packed walking tour of Dubrovnik. Stroll the limestone-covered streets of Old Town, or Stari Grad, with a knowledgeable guide learning the secrets behind the palaces and plazas, cloisters, and cathedrals. Start the tour in the morning, the best time of day to walk the streets of the city. Go from the clock tower to the Assumption Cathedral, traversing the entire Old Town while learning about the history of the place.
Get the most out of your time in Dubrovnik by taking this informative and relaxing guided panoramic tour of the city. Cruise around town in a comfortable vehicle, stroll the streets of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Town, and then ascend Mt Srđ for an eye-poppingly beautiful view of the Old Town and the surrounding Adriatic Sea — all while learning about the history and culture of this stunning city.
Discover Dubrovnik with a local guide on this walking tour though Old Town. Stroll Stradun Street and visit sites and landmarks such as Fort Lovrijenac (also known as "Dubrovnik's Gibraltar"), Pile Gate Onophrio’s Fountain, Rector's Palace, and more. The tour concludes with a walk on a nearby beach that’s popular among locals.
Unravel the secrets of Dubrovnik’s rich Jewish heritage on a private 2-hour walking tour and discover a different side to the UNESCO-listed Old Town. Gain an insight into the tumultuous history of Dubrovnik’s Jewish community as you visit landmarks like the Jewish fountain, the remains of the old Jewish ghetto and one of Europe’s oldest synagogues. Finally, learn more about Jewish life from the 16th century through the persecution of WWII to modern day, with a visit to the Jewish Museum.
Sail into the incredible, fantastical world of Game of Thrones with this action-packed 2-hour cruise and walking tour, taking you throughout 'King's Landing' and all the spots where the legendary HBO TV show has been filmed. Board the same ship that Daenerys Targaryen sailed and then walk with your guide through Dubrovnik's Old Town to discover where other famous scenes were set.
Maximize your visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina by choosing a private tour that handles all the logistics and transportation. While traveling from Dubrovnik to the neighboring country can be complicated on your own, by booking a guided tour you can discover the highlights of Mostar and Pocitelj and even have time to cool off at the famous Kravice Waterfalls.
Discover an alternative side of Dubrovnik on this small-group, evening walking tour. Setting off from the Boninovo cliffs after dark, you’ll visit some of the city’s spookiest corners, from a historical graveyard and Gradac Park to Renaissance–era palaces. As you go, your guide will share macabre stories and centuries-old legends from the city’s long history. The tour concludes in the Old Town, at the centrally located Pile Gate.
Montenegro lies within easy reach of Dubrovnik and makes an ideal day trip, but organizing transportation and guiding services independently takes up valuable sightseeing time. On this tour, begin with pickup at your Dubrovnik hotel and reach Montenegro with ease. Soak up the culture in the cities of Kotor and Budva, and explore natural attractions like St. Stefan Island. You’ll also have time for a refreshing swim.
The drive from Dubrovnik to Mostar takes about three and a half hours without traffic. Save yourself the headache of navigating the roads along the way by opting for this full-day tour that also makes stops in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Then go on a walking tour in Mostar to see the town’s UNESCO-listed landmarks. Round-trip transport from Dubrovnik by air-conditioned vehicle included.
This is a great pick for travelers interested in visiting religious sites outside of Dubrovnik. Avoid the hassle of figuring out public transport routes, and opt for a stress-free private tour instead. The trip goes to the Orthodox Christian site of Ostrog Monastery that’s carved into a mountain cliff, as well as The Hercegovačka Gračanica Monastery, Tvrdoš Monastery, and The Zavala Monastery.
On this 3 hour long unforgettable journey you will be taken through the history of Dubrovnik - from its very beginning, to the point where this glorious city, became filming location for Game of Thrones.
From the Ottomans, Napoleon, the Balkan War and now into modern Croatia, you will discover how Dubrovnik has adapted to face difficult challenges throughout its history, surviving between competing empires by practicing the art of religious tolerance, trade, deception and spy-craft! On top of this, you will be provided a real insight into how the globally popular TV show ‘Game of Thrones’ was made and the impact that it had on the city, with GoT trivia that even non-GoT fans can enjoy.
On the tour we hit all of the big sites of Dubrovnik as well as all the GoT filming locations in the Old City! We'll go from one end of the old town to the other, with water breaks if necessary, well-chosen shaded spaces and beautiful vistas of the city and it's glorious architecture.
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.
History, Scenery & Best views of Dubrovnik All in 3 hours time!
Visiting Dubrovnik for the first time? Planning to take the famous Cable Car ride to see Dubrovnik’s beauty from top of the hill? we don't blame you but Reconsider that.
In the same Value of money, Book your spot on our Panorama city tour to visit THE SAME exact viewing point of the cable car, plus an additional panoramic view point, then continue to visit River Ombla -one of the shortest rivers in the world and don’t miss the view from the top of Dubrovnik Bridge!
* 10-15 minutes viewing time on every stop on the tour for pictures & info from your guide.
Visiting Mostar and the Kravice Waterfalls from Dubrovnik is tricky without hiring a car. On this full-day trip, travel from your Dubrovnik hotel to Bosnia and Herzegovina with a guide. Take a tour of Mostar and learn about its history from your guide. Continue on to the Kravice Waterfalls and enjoy free time for swimming.
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.
Spend a morning discovering Dubrovnik’s crowing jewels — its medieval walls and UNESCO World Heritage–listed Old Town — on this 3-hour walking tour. Stroll along the Stradun, the Old Town’s main promenade, topped and tailed by Orlando’s Column and Onofrio's Fountain. Take in ancient landmarks such as the Franciscan Monastery and the Church of St Blaise before deviating down side streets lined with shops, restaurants and further architectural delights. Then, cap your tour with a walk along the city walls for sweeping views of the Adriatic Sea.
Escape the crowds of tourists in Dubrovnik and head off the beaten path to the vineyard-laden Pelješac peninsula and the gorgeous island of Korčula on this small-group day trip. After getting picked up at your hotel in Dubrovnik, marvel at the coastline while driving to Pelješac, the second-longest peninsula in Croatia. Stop at a winery and learn about the particular characteristics of the wine here. And then board a ferry and head to the walled town of Korčula, the supposed hometown of Marco Polo. Take some free time to explore the town.
For a day trip from Dubrovnik perfect for experiencing Croatian culture, Korcula is not only one of the country's more beautiful islands, but a true cultural gem. With this Korcula tour, you can experience the history of an ancient island and its charming Korcula Old Town, and admire the centuries-old defensive walls. Along the way, you enjoy a scenic ferry ride, visit the home where Marco Polo was born, and even stop by a couple museums—with entry fees and your ferry ride included.
This comprehensive day trip from Dubrovnik introduces visitors to the Dalmatian coast highlights of Ston, Orebic, and Korcula Island. Take the guesswork out of itinerary planning and relax with leisurely sightseeing and views of the Adriatic Sea and Peljesac Peninsula. Wine tasting, hotel transport, and a boat ride are included.
Go from Croatia to Bosnia Herzegovina in a day, and discover the delights of Mostar and the Kravice Falls. Showcasing two highlights of the Balkans region, the excursion from Dubrovnik allows you to discover the sights and learn about their history at the same time. You’ll travel with a guide, explore the historic city of Mostar, and find the best vantage points to see the natural wonders of Kravice Falls. Just remember to bring your passport on the day.