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Dubrovnik: Old Town Walking Tour

1. Dubrovnik: Old Town Walking Tour

Join your local guide and take a walk through Dubrovnik’s beautiful Old Town and discover how the city became one of the most prosperous and advanced of all the historic maritime republics. As you step through the gates of Dubrovnik’s old city walls, you will be taking a step back in time, losing yourself in the grandeur and beauty of this culturally influential city. Beginning at Pile Gate, at the storied western entrance to the Old Town, your local guide will lead you to Dubrovnik’s most significant historical landmarks (you won't enter any churches or museums). See Large Onofrio's Fountain, Orlando’s Column, Rector’s Palace, and many more. Take in the beautiful sights, and listen as your guide shares mesmerizing stories and remarkable facts from over 1,400 years of Dubrovnik’s dramatic history, including the classical period of the Republic of Ragusa.  This tour will give you a thorough background on the essential role Dubrovnik played in the civilized world’s history. You will learn about the city’s impressive economic, social, and cultural achievements over the centuries, and immerse yourself in the city’s electric atmosphere.

Dubrovnik: Early Bird Walking Tour

2. Dubrovnik: Early Bird Walking Tour

The tour begins at the first light of the sun as you walk through a maze of narrow streets while the town is still sleeping. Departing from the main entrance gate next to Amerling Fountain, the first stop is for the magnificent view at Fort Lovrijenac where you’ll get an introduction to its rich history. The walk continues over the shiny main street Stradun that you can only see empty this early in the morning. Get a real feel for its beauty and hear about the many legends and curiosities to get a more picturesque presentation of the city’s history. Using side streets known mainly by the locals, the tour covers all the highlights of the city including St Blaise's Church and Dubrovnik Cathedral. Take the opportunity to experience the life of the citizens living in the Old Town before the tour finishes, just as the crowds start to emerge.

Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split or Trogir

3. Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split or Trogir

Explore the walled Old Town of Dubrovnik and learn about the maritime Republic of Ragusa on a guided tour of the monuments of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire Renaissance and Baroque architecture within the 2-kilometer long defensive walls and stroll down the central Stradun. See one of the oldest pharmacies in the world at the Franciscan Church and Monastery and visit the Rector's Palace and Fort Lovrijenac. Get ample photo opportunities on the pedestrianized streets, and use your free time to take the cable car to the top of Srđ Hill. Take in the magnificent views of Dubrovnik and the archipelago, or stroll around the Old Town at leisure. 

Dubrovnik: Old Town Walking Tour - Small Group

4. Dubrovnik: Old Town Walking Tour - Small Group

This walking tour offers Dubrovnik's original history from its founding all the way through present day - but a little spice has been added with great legends and amusing curiosities. Visit beautiful spots, and be exposed to mysterious, enchanting, and unique tales. Get to know the man who protected the city from an attack by the Venetians centuries after his death. What does time mean to inhabitants and how accurate is it? Get to know places where good luck is challenging you and the misfortune awaits you. Here you can find out more about Dubrovnik experience a different side of the "Pearl of the Adriatic“. Your local guide will be glad to give you useful information and tips for the rest of your stay in Dubrovnik.

Montenegro including Boat tour from Perast to Kotor

5. Montenegro including Boat tour from Perast to Kotor

Take a day trip to Montenegro and sail down the Adriatic Coast. See Boka Kotorska Bay, explore Kotor, and wander through Perast. Come across UNESCO World Heritage Sites as you explore Montenegro. Benefit from pick-up at your accommodation in Dubrovnik and drive to the border crossing with Montenegro to climb aboard a boat and cruise to Kotor. Admire the Venetian port and defensive city walls from the water. Get breathtaking views of the fjord and learn more about the cultural heritage of Boka Kotorska Bay. Enjoy free time to explore the monuments of the Old Town. Board the boat again and sail to the small town of Perast. Visit the artificial island of Our Lady of the Rocks on arrival, and get some free time for lunch in the beautiful town center. Stroll the streets to find Baroque palaces, Orthodox monuments, and other UNESCO World Heritage monuments at your own pace. Marvel at the stone defense towers that remain untouched, and follow in the footsteps of Russian czars and Venetian princes who sailed in Kotor Bay. Return to Perast by air-conditioned bus or minivan, and continue to Dubrovnik after the border crossing.

Old Town Dubrovnik Walking Tour

6. Old Town Dubrovnik Walking Tour

On this walking tour, you will get an overview of the entire history of Dubrovnik from the 7th century onwards. The tour will take you through the city walls and through the entire Old City of Dubrovnik, where you will see all of the historical sites, as well as important areas for the locals. This tour will not only teach you about the history of the city, but it will also tell you the untold stories of curious events. Your local guide will also show you all the best places to shop for souvenirs and typical Croatian products, as well as point you in the direction of the most delicious traditional food served in the city. 

Best of Montenegro: Kotor Bay Tour from Dubrovnik

7. Best of Montenegro: Kotor Bay Tour from Dubrovnik

Visit Kotor bay in Montenegro, one of the most scenic and picturesque places on the Adriatic Sea. It is also the biggest bay on the Adriatic, because of its strategic importance in this turbulent region, it has been under rule by different nations. Each of them left a mark that can be seen today through a beautiful blend of architectural influences. Romans, Turks, Venetians, Austrians - each nation left a mark on this region and its cities. After your departure from Dubrovnik and a scenic drive through Konavle valley, enter Montenegro where you make a short stop at Verige to take photos of the beautiful landscape just before entering Kotor bay. Continue your drive along the coast through Risan and Perast, to reach Kotor. Often called the best preserved and prettiest town in Montenegro, this UNESCO-listed fortified city is famous for its city walls, a display of Venetian-inspired architecture, beautiful churches, and rich history of maritime trade and shipping. Whether it was independent, or as a part of the Byzantine empire, Serbian kingdom or the Venetian republic, Perast may be one of the most historically intriguing places in Boka Kotorska. Baroque, renaissance palaces and narrow streets in Perast will take you back to a time when the city’s residents lived in luxury and wealth. In Perast, you have the opportunity to take a boat ride and visit Our Lady of the Rocks island. The legend says that in 1452 two brothers found Mary’s picture on a rock in the sea. This led to a miraculous healing of one of the brothers. Ever since locals have been bringing rocks and sinking ships next to this rock. An island was formed and first a chapel was built, then a church in its place. Some call it the Croatian Sistine chapel because of the artwork that enriches its walls. Itinerary: Departure from Dubrovnik 8:00 AM - Arrival to the border of Montenegro 8:45 AM - Photo/coffee break (approx. 20 minutes) 10:00 AM - Arrival to Kotor, local guided tour, free time (approx. 3 hours) 1:00 PM - Drive from Kotor to Perast 1:30 PM - Arrival in Perast, boat transfer to Our Lady of the Rocks island, free time 3:30 PM - Departure from Perast 6:00 PM - Approximate return to Dubrovnik 

From Dubrovnik: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Day Tour

8. From Dubrovnik: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Day Tour

From the meeting point in Dubrovnik, you'll make your way to Mostar, a culturally and ethnically diverse city, famous for its historic UNESCO-protected Old Bridge (Stari Most) over the Neretva River. During your 3-hour visit to Mostar, you will enjoy a walking tour of the old city and have free time to relax and explore on your own. After taking the time to discover Mostar and sip some traditional Turkish coffee, you will head to Kravice Waterfalls on the Trebižat River. Enjoy a refreshing swim in its waters before heading back to Dubrovnik.

Dubrovnik: Kojan Koral Buggy Safari Tour

9. Dubrovnik: Kojan Koral Buggy Safari Tour

From the moment you are picked up for your tour, begin enjoying the panoramic views on Dubrovnik. Upon arrival to Kojan Koral you receive your safety gear, which includes helmets and goggles, bad-weather rain jackets, and rain pants (if necessary). From there, you are ready to get acquainted with the buggies. After receiving instructions on how to operate your vehicle, you are just a few minutes away from the real adventure. Begin by passing over the river several times, traveling trough swamp and increasing your speed trough huge open spaces where you can see herds of sheep and cows. At the half-way point, stop in a place called Čilipi for a break. Throughout this break you can visit a country house, a church, or even a bar. This break provides you with the chance to learn about the area, and even make new acquaintances. Your trip continues over green hills climbing the highest tops of Konavle's rocky coastline with amazing views over the Adriatic Sea on one side and Konavle's fields and mountains on the other. You soon stop for another break for a few minutes, allowing you to take memorable photos at the perfect location. Upon arrival to Kojan Koral, your tour concludes with you being treated to seasonal fruits and drinks.

Dubrovnik: Guided Old City Walking Tour

10. Dubrovnik: Guided Old City Walking Tour

Explore the pearl of the Adriatic, the world famous old city of Dubrovnik, a UNESCO world heritage site. Discover Dubrovnik as a remarkably well preserved example of a late mediaeval walled city. Just like a phoenix, Dubrovnik was once in rubble and ashes after a devastating earthquake, but it rose from it and it was rebuilt. Habitants never expected to see Dubrovnik devastated again, but it happened in 1991 when nobody expected. Taking a guided walking tour through ancient Ragusa is a must, because almost every stone of the Old City has an interesting story to share, and those anecdotes can’t be found on Google. Since stones can’t speak, we have fun, easy-going, expert, professional and interesting guides to re-tell you those historical tales that shaped Dubrovnik into the city it is today. Unveil the secrets locked inside the walls of the old town and join us for a journey of legends and curiosities. Experience todays life of the citizens living in the old town, feel the spirit of the past through a maze of narrow streets and small squares beyond the usual tourist paths where fascinating views will open up to you in an unexpected way.  Dive into an unforgettable experience by joining us from the establishment of Dubrovnik until the collapse of Yugoslavia and country's independence.

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What people are saying about Dubrovnik

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 1,663 reviews

Branko was an exceptional guide. Very good English and he spoke and educated us the entire time on the history of Dubrovnik. Pointed out key historical aspects of the construction and design of this beautiful city! Audio headsets were fantastic and helped us hear when we were a little far away from our guide. I used an earplug in my other ear to block out competing sounds from other people walking by.

Favor was extremely knowledgeable and friendly. He shared so much interesting information and fun facts with us. His narrative kept us captivated throughout our tour. The group size of 6 was perfect.

Very knowledgeable guide who seemed to love his home town and genuinely want us to know about its fascinating past both historic and recent. An essential part of the visit to Dubrovnik.

Very knowledgeable guide, very informative and helpful. My partner and I now have better understanding into the history of Dubrovnik upon visiting museums etc...

Fantastic afternoon out exploring wineries and tasting some great wine at Marlais. The highlight of the trip was sampling oysters right out of Ston Bay.