Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split or Trogir
- Duration: 12 hours
From US$ 78.01
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The day trip from Split to Dubrovnik was a joy. Dubrovnik is a gorgeous place, which can easily get overcrowded, due to its small size (the Old Town). Even in mid September, it was hot. The Old Town can be enjoyed from the city walls, but this requires a good shape, since it is quite a hike. The cable car ride is very much worth it also. The view from the mountain is amazing. The road trip from Split is also beautiful, especially the second part, as the Dubrovnik area looks amazing. I found the guided tour part too long (1 hour), as a lot of information is available and can be read by those interested. After that I had to run from one place to another in the remaining 3 hours, and I had not enough time left to enjoy a proper lunch, all the more that most places were crowded. Overall, given the context, the trip with Gray Lines was excellent, well organized, in A/C minivans (participants were split in 2 smaller groups). Border crossing went smoothly.
Very good experience! Easily found meeting point, then 3 hours of bus to go 3 hours of return bus but the trip goes quickly because there are beautiful landscapes. Arrival in Dubrovnik around 10:30 am, departure at 3:45 pm, starting with a guided tour with explanations in English by the guide then free visit, about 3 hours, perfect to have time to make the ramparts, the fortress or even go up to see the beautiful view of the city by cable car where to swim, your choice! :) and of course lunch in Dubrovnik with a great view. It is also easy to find the bus for the return trip. Don't forget your passports / ID cards to cross the Bosnian border on the way! Overall very good experience, we recommend!
The city walls are a sight to behold! Views are spectacular and we cannot recommend the early tour enough due to fewer visitors and lower temperature (it’s still hot, but nothing compared to midday) We were lucky to have Jelena as our guide as she is really lovely and extremely knowledgeable about the history of the city and Croatia in general. We were able to ask questions as we went along and she gave us tips for places to eat and other sights to visit. It’s definitely worth paying extra for a tour of the walls so that you can find out the history of the buildings across the city.
It was cool and comfortable to get the big picture of Dubrovnik from an air conditioned van. Pick up was prompt and polite. Our van driver went over and above to accommodate our wishes. We spent time at the War Museum and he gave us a firsthand account from his point of view. Also, allowed us a few minutes to grab a cold drink. Pleasant and informative.
Luka was a great guide. I could take a lot of awesome pictures. Thank you so much!