Visit the historic city of Dubrovnik on a full-day trip from the Makarska Riviera, and enjoy a guided tour and independent time to explore a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Follow marble streets lined with architectural gems, watch the sun on the Adriatic Sea, or find a café to sample local cuisine. Your tour includes a sightseeing tour, transport by coach, and pickup and drop-off at your Makarska hotel or port.
Full-day Dubrovnik tour from Makarska
Travel the scenic coastal road
See a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Combines a guided sightseeing tour and independent time
Get an early start on the day with pickup at your accommodations in Makarska. You’ll follow the coastal road to Dubrovnik, passing a series of scenic, seaside villages with views of the islands and the Adriatic Sea. Upon arrival in Dubrovnik, get your bearings with a guided sightseeing tour of the Old Town.
Your guide will share stories about Dubrovnik’s fascinating history and rich culture, pointing out landmarks of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. “The Pearl of the Adriatic” was a powerful force starting in the 13th century, and the picture-perfect old town has survived a powerful 17th-century earthquake and shelling in the 1990s.
Following the city sightseeing tour, you’ll have free time to enjoy the town on your own: head to the water to soak up the sunshine, settle into a picturesque café for lunch, or keep walking the historic streets, where you’ll find boutiques, galleries, and museums to explore.
Afterwards, meet back up for the return trip to Makarska, then finish the day with drop-off at your hotel.
Reviews by Viator travelers
, Jun 2019
I thoroughly enjoyed my trip to Dobrovnik, I was collected promptly from my hotel and after another hotel pick up we were on our way, The guide on the mini bus did a bi-lingual talk the as we travelled down the coast to Dubrovnik, switching easily between English & German. Although it is a long journey the scenery is beautiful. There was one break for about 20 minutes where you could use the toilets, buy refreshments and food etc (and the same on the way back). When we arrived in Dubrovnik we were seperated in to English speaking and German speaking groups, the guide from the mini bus took the German speakers and we met another tour guide off the bus who took the English speakers, We were given a 45 minute tour, which included some history of Dubrovnik and ideas of what we could do with our free time when the tour was over. I chose to walk the city walls amongst other things, which was well worth it, getting amazing views of the red rooftops of the city and out to sea. There are plenty of places to eat and drink, and lots of gift shops too. Be warned, Dubrovnik is a very busy place. You will also need to take your passport with you. Overall a brilliant trip, highly recommended.