Disfrute del encanto medieval de Dubrovnik en esta excursión de 12 horas desde Split o Trogir. Haga un recorrido panorámico por carretera a lo largo de la costa dálmata de Croacia con paradas en varios miradores para disfrutar de unas maravillosas vistas de las islas dálmatas. A continuación, llegará a Dubrovnik para disfrutar de un paseo de 1,5 horas a pie por casco antiguo amurallado protegido por la UNESCO. Admire la calle adoquinada de piedra caliza, Stradun, el monasterio franciscano, la catedral y mucho más, antes de disfrutar de abundante tiempo libre para explorar, comer e ir de compras por su cuenta.
Excursión de día completo al casco antiguo de Dubrovnik desde Split o Trogir
Admire la pintoresca costa dálmata en el trayecto a Dubrovnik
Explore el casco antiguo de Dubrovnik, declarado patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO en un recorrido a pie
Camine por la calle principal, Stradun, contemple la catedral y mucho más
Pasee, coma y visite las tiendas entre plazas y callejuelas por su cuenta
Transporte con aire acondicionado y recogida en Trogir, el centro de Split o su hotel de Split y traslado de vuelta incluidos
Salga desde su hotel o el paseo marítimo de Split, o el punto de encuentro en Trogir, y haga un recorrido panorámico de 3 horas hacia el sur a lo largo de la escarpada costa dálmata hacia Dubrovnik.
Su guía le hablará de la región y harán paradas para tomar fotos en distintos miradores desde donde disfrutará de increíbles vistas panorámicas de las islas dálmatas.
Continúe hasta Dubrovnik donde llegará antes del mediodía y dará un paseo a pie de 1,5 horas en el casco antiguo, protegido por la UNESCO. Rodeado de las murallas del siglo XVI, este intacto barrio medieval cuenta con edificios, palacios, iglesias y calles empedradas de piedra caliza muy bien conservados.
Entre por la puerta de Pile y vea el monasterio franciscano, con su espléndido claustro. Visite la farmacia del siglo XIV del monasterio, la más antigua de Europa, y dé un paseo por el Stradun, calle principal de la ciudad.
Al final, admire los pórticos y tallas del Palacio Sponza, y visite la catedral, una obra maestra barroca construida después del terremoto de Dubrovnik de 1667.
A continuación, podrá disfrutar de tres a cuatro horas de tiempo libre para explorar y relajarse a su gusto. Puede pasear por las murallas de 2 km (1,2 mi) para explorar los tejados rojos, tomar el teleférico y sobrevolar la ciudad, comprar recuerdos o comer en alguno de los apetecibles restaurantes.
Por último, vuelva a reunirse con su vehículo y finalizará su viaje en el punto de partida en Split o Trogir.
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Opiniones del viajero en Viator
, ago 2018
This was a great trip We will recommend to everyone. Relaxed, fun, lots of food provided and rink. 3 Opportunities to swim
It's our 1st time to visit Dubrovnik, booked it via Viator, and Portal Tours travel Agency which was excellent! Our tour guide Igor and Andrei were absolute gems and fantastic! Igor gave us valuable and concise history and info about the city and its surrounding parts of the Old Town with a great sense of humour in betweens. It rained hard for an hour during our ocular tour but that did not stop our family from exploring the beauty of the city walls. Expect stunning views over the Old City walls and the Adriatic Sea. The entrance to these walls were a bit expensive 150 Kuna for 1 person but it's all sooo worth it! The views and the whole experience that is one for the books and unforgettable! Thank to Igor and Andrei again for making our Dubrovnik trip an amazing one!
For this tour we had the same guide we had had on another tour the previous day. The tour guide's name was Igor and he was a great guide and made both our day trips thoroughly enjoyable. He was very knowledgeable about the city being from Dubrovnik himself. We learned a lot during the walking tour and then had a sufficient amount of free time to explore the city on our own. It is a long day but we would highly recommend this tour as it is a great way to discover Dubrovnik if staying in Split.
Our tour guide was superb!! He spoke numerous languages and offered interesting facts about Croatia during our bus trip to and from Dubrovnik. What an excellent asset to have for your company and our tour!
Long day on a the bus but our tour guide Igor was excellent and very entertaining so they ride went by quickly and the bus was very comfortable and safe with well spaced stops. Dubrovnik was simply spectacular and the tour was excellent with the right combination of history, local lore, and pop culture yes, Game of Thrones. We were lucky that that day there were not a lot of cruise ships in the port so the amount of people there was not overwhelming. Highly recommend!
My brother and I went on this day trip during our time in Split and it was one of the best things we did on the holiday! The tour guide, Boran, was absolutely brilliant - very knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. On the way to Dubrovnik your guide will tell you about Croatia, Dalmatia and about the history of the areas, the wine, the food, the traditions etc. The bus is air conditioned and quite comfortable, which is good for the ~3 hour journey. But don't worry, you won't be going non-stop for 3 hours! We first stopped off in Bosnia-Herzegovina (you must pass through a ~20km stretch of Herzegovina to reach Dubrovnik (which is why the passport is so important!)). There is a store there where you can buy refreshments, wine, souvenirs etc. and they accept Croatian kuna, Euro, Bosnian marks. Once through the borders it's another hour and 30 minutes or so to Dubrovnik. Be warned, Dubrovnik is the most expensive city in Croatia due to the massive amounts of tourists. You'll be dropped off at the Western Gate and the guide will give you a walking tour which lasts 1 hour and 15 minutes roughly. After that you will be free to explore the city and surrounding are at your leisure. They have boat tours running to small islands around Dubrovnik, or you could do the city wall walk (cost us roughly 20 euro to walk it), or there are Game of Thrones location tours, whatever strikes your fancy. When all that is done, you get back on the bus for the return journey, through the two border crossing again. On the way back to Split, we just chatted to Boran and
This was a brilliant trip, the guide was so knowledgeable and providing a wealth of information throughout the day. We stopped in Bosnia for a quick break and the view was breath-taking. Dubrovnik was amazing, we had a walking tour provided by our guide who showed us some interesting places and gave us a great experience. Also had some good tips for eating in Dubrovnik which made our visit a little cheaper also. Overall an enjoyable experience and credit must be given to the tour guide.
Beautiful city, its a must see in Croatia but has a very tourist and commercial vibe to it. GOT fans should look into bringing an extra 150 kuna to walk the wall that is used to film a lot of the city. Its a long drive but worth it because you go along the Adriatic coast. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and insightful, giving us all kinds of information and tidbits about Croatia and the many cities we drove by- from history, to culture, to food, to wine, and many more. The tour guide definitely made the trip worthwhile.