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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.
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.
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.
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.
Visit two historic spots in Bosnia and Herzegovina on the same day. This guided tour is a great day trip from Dubrovnik, visiting two often-talked-about sites that make for an unforgettable day trip. Travel in a comfortable vehicle while learning about the history of the places from your expert local guide. Stroll around Počitelj’s UNESCO-listed town center, stop for some reflection in Medjugorje, and gawk at the incredible one-of-a-kind bridge in Mostar, and then stop to see old Turkish-style architecture in Tekija on this private day trip from Dubrovnik.
Discover Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro and Croatia on this 4-night tour from Dubrovnik. Explore Dubrovnik Old Town and its bevy of UNESCO-listed sights; journey through Župa Dubrovačka valley to the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro; and trace the Neretva River delta to the towns of Počitelj, Medjugorje and Mostar in Bosnia-Herzegovina. You’ll enjoy ample free time to sightsee independently as well benefiting from the services of your guide. Daily breakfasts and four nights of 3- or 5-star accommodation in Dubrovnik are also included.
Avoid big bus groups and enjoy minivan small group size up to 7 people, we pick up INSIDE DUBROVNIK PORT at your ship's gangway as we have permit to enter inside custom's protected area.
GUARANTEED small group departures in 2020 for NORWEGIAN C.L., ROYAL CARIBBEAN, HOLLAND AMERICA, CELEBRITY CRUISES, CRYSTAL CRUISES and PRINCESS with departure time synchronized to your ship arrival in Dubrovnik (30 minutes after docking).
It is your first time to Dubrovnik? If you want to learn about your destination, it’s history and contemporary life, you want to visit a bigger city, a smaller town and experience the surrounding countryside with some spectacular photo opportunities along the way – then this is the tour for you! It is 4-4,5 hour tour that gives you a real taste of a destination, with the intention of making you wanting to come back and spend more time in this beautiful city and our country.
Explore the natural wonders of Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO-listed spot, on this private day trip from Dubrovnik. Select the guide option to get the complete and interesting low-down on the park. Stroll the flower-flanked trails through the verdant park, crammed with beech, spruce and pine trees, and take delight in the eye-pleasing turquoise waters of the lakes, streams and waterfalls. Hop in an electric boat (at own expense) for an even closer look at the waters or opt for a panoramic train ride (at own expense).
Drink up the Dalmatian nature on this day trip from Dubrovnik to verdant Krka Natonal Park. During the 3-hour drive north-west up the coast, enjoy the spectacular sights of the sea and coastline. Once at the park, engross yourself in its magical beauty and even explore the medieval monasteries located in the park.
Get an in-depth exploration of Mostar and the surrounding areas with ease on this 3-day private tour. Meet your guide and depart from the airport in Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, or Split in an air-conditioned minivan and make your way to Mostar. Stay in Mostar’s Old Town and spend time exploring the city with your guide. Visit Medjugorje, Buna Spring, Blagaj Tekke, and Kravice Waterfalls.
Bridge the gap between East and West during this day trip to historic Mostar with a bonus side trip to the Kravice Waterfalls. In Mostar, visit the UNESCO-listed Old Bridge and take a guided walking tour of the city’s mosque and bazaar. Finish with a visit and swim at Kravice Waterfalls.
Mostar is the largest city in Herzegovina, with historic old town and famous bridge that made the cover for the Lonely Planet guidebook. We offer you a comfort drive to Mostar with couple of stops at must-see places on the way, as Počitelj, UNESCO’s site and beautiful Blagaj monastery, and hiden city of Stolac.
– Start from Dubrovnik area between 7AM – 8AM
– Visiting Stolac old town.
– Visiting fortified town of Počitelj, UNESCO’s world heritage, coffee break.
– Visiting Mostar, old town and famous bridge, lunch time.
– Visiting Blagaj Tekke, a beautiful monastery under a cliff.
– Driving back to Dubrovnik, arrival between 7 – 8 PM
Note: This is our suggested itinerary, but it can be modified according to your wishes, in consultation with the driver.
Escape the bustling city and make the most of your time in the Balkans on a day tour to Montenegro’s Bay of Kotor from Dubrovnik. Discover scenic views as you travel with ease via air-conditioned minivan, and benefit from free time to explore the UNESCO-listed Kotor at your own pace, with a boat journey to Our Lady of the Rocks included.
Southern Dalmatia is known for its regional wines, but it can be hard to know where to visit to sample authentic produce. Discover the Pelješac peninsula on a wine tasting tour and visit 2 rural wineries, as well as the historic town of Ston. Learn about the region’s wine making process and enjoy included samples, benefiting from hassle-free round-trip transfer from your Dubrovnik hotel.
Ditch Dubrovnik for the day and head to Split, the lovely coastal town 140 miles (229 kilometers) up the coast. After meeting your guide, learn about the history of the area during the three-hour drive. Once in town, take a 1.5-hour walking tour of the city. See incredible sights, like Dioclean's Palace, the Riva promenade, and ancient churches and temples. Take free time to do some sightseeing on your own and perhaps enjoy a meal at a local restaurant.
With a population of a larger European city suburb (650.000), Montenegro is an enchanting little country full of extreme geographical diversities.
Great mountains with snow peaks, steep fiord-like hills almost vertically diving into the Adriatic Sea, mountain lakes full of fish, mystical monasteries carved in the solid rock, sandy and sunny beaches that go on for miles alongside the coast. That is all Montenegro.
Leave Dubrovnik to go and visit Mostar, a city in the wine-growing valley that will not leave you indifferent. Because of its mix of culture, history, religion, and architecture, you will want to learn how people live there and how the city breaths. Try ˝Baklava˝, famous Bosnian rich and very sweet pastry, drink Turkish coffee, the same way locals do and visit the Old Town for the true experience of this amazing city. One of the most famous constructions in Mostar is the Old Bridge, which is listed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. Go shopping on the Old Bazar Kujundziluk, the famous street in Mostar where you can find all kind of different colorful items. After you leave Mostar, on the way to Dubrovnik, you stop at Ston, a small coastal town best known for its salt and oyster tradition. Ston has the longest city walls in Europe. Visit the famous salt works, take a relaxing walk and after that have lunch at the local restaurant where you can try the best oysters in Croatia.
Leave Dubrovnik for the day and head to exciting and fascinating Sarajevo on this full-day private trip through the Balkans. After crossing the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina, stop at the Franjo Tudjman bridge, pass through historically important towns like Nuem, Počitelj, and Mostar, before arriving in Sarajevo. Once there, enjoy over three hours of free time to discover the most important landmarks and memorials the city has to offer. Admire the Latin Bridge, Bascarsija Bazaar and many other sites before departing again for Dubrovnik.
If you like to explore when the sun sets and the city comes to life at night-time, this is perfect experience for you! It is easy walking tour. I will take you through the city main atractions and tell you about the history of the city. I will show you places where you can visit theater plays, concerts, dances at Dubrovnik summer festival during july and august, and give you my recommendations what you can do, where you can eat and enjoy like a local while you are in Dubrovnik. At the end of our tour we will go to the one of the best places in the Old Town to have tapas and glass of wine. I would like to show You all beauty of Dubrovnik on my way-combining orientation guided tour through the Old Town ending with tapas&wine. We will go through the city main atractions far away from the daily noise and crowd finishing our tour in the wine bar where smoked ham, olives, cheese, bread and great wine from Pelješac region will wait us! :-)
This private tour offers the most comprehensive overview of the Game of Thrones filming locations in Dubrovnik. Visit Fort Lovrijenac, location of the Red Keep, and walk the city walls with your private guide as you learn all about the history of the city and interesting facts about the show.
Regardless of whether you are visiting Dubrovnik for the first time or the hundredth, the sense of awe never fails to descend when you set eyes on the beauty of the old town. Indeed it’s hard to imagine anyone becoming jaded by the city’s limestone streets, baroque buildings and the endless shimmer of the Adriatic, or failing to be inspired by a walk along the ancient city walls that protected the capital of a sophisticated republic for centuries.
Besides the historical review, as we walks through the main Street Stradun, you can behold the monuments which shaped the lives of people in the past. From Franciscan monastery, Convent of st. Clare and Onofrio’s fountain you learn about the one of the first pharmacies and orphanages as well as water supply systems in the world. Later on, we will find out how was everyday life in Dubrovnik back in Middle Ages. Sounds interesting? Don’t wait. Scroll down and book your private tour.
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.
Bosnia-Herzegovina’s wine country lies just north of Dubrovnik, but exploring its wineries independently is logistically difficult. This small-group tour makes it easy, starting with a mountain drive to the stone town of Trebinje. Sample goodies at the market, tour and taste wines at the 15th-century Tvrdos Monastery, and enjoy another tasting at a family-run winery and optional lunch of ‘peka’ (slow-cooked meat under bell-shaped lid) at a taverna (own expense).
After disembarking from your ship in Dubrovnik, take this exciting shore excursion to the 12th-century city walls of the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic.’ See this stunning UNESCO World Heritage site from above, as you traverse the walls with a knowledgeable local guide. Learn about the fascinating history of Dubrovnik and how the walls have stood the test of time.