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Dubrovnik: City Walls Tour for Early Birds or Sunset Chasers

1. Dubrovnik: City Walls Tour for Early Birds or Sunset Chasers

A stroll around Dubrovnik’s city walls is a must-do for every visitor to Croatia. The best way to see it is to come before everyone else does — so join this tour to get to the city walls as soon as the gates open, on either a shared or private tour. As you walk, learn from your guide about how the wall was built, sprinkled with exciting legends and funny tales.   After climbing some steps, you’ll be rewarded with a breathtaking panoramic view of the main street Stradun and the skyline of the Old Town. Walk along 2 kilometers of the wall to enjoy beautiful landscapes of the sparkling Adriatic Sea and the skyline that still speaks of the splendor of a town that was a wealthy republic for 450 years. Six meters deep in some places, the walls are dotted with forts looking out to both sea and land. Your tour ends on the highest point along the wall, the top of Minceta Tower, where the view is not to be missed.

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Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split or Trogir

2. 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. 

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Dubrovnik: Cave Exploration with Locals

3. Dubrovnik: Cave Exploration with Locals

Visit several smaller caves on the island of Koločep and the Blue Cave. Go inside and experience how the reflection of the sun rays gives the sea an extraordinary blue color. Your skipper will join you in the sea as he shares interesting stories about the Dubrovnik caves. Next, visit the three Green caves. You’ll notice right away how the hues of turquoise and green beautifully blend as the waves ripple on the surface. These are also excellent spots for swimming and snorkeling. As you sail back towards the Old Town, stop by the Betina Cave and tread on the beautiful pebble beach. Visit the biggest of the Dubrovnik caves, called the Pidgeon’s cave. Secluded, on the outer side of the island, its entrance is surrounded by steep rocks and Mediterranean greenery protruding from the rocks.

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Dubrovnik: Panoramic Sightseeing Tour

4. Dubrovnik: Panoramic Sightseeing Tour

Travel in an air-conditioned vehicle with a limited number of passengers, up to 8 per vehicle, to ensure a personalized experience. Your driver will tell you about the history of the city, as you experience the best views. Start the tour by visiting the top of the hill above the Old Town, from where you will see the so-called postcard view of Dubrovnik. Get a fantastic view of the Old Town through to the Old Port.  Drive to the Ombla River, which some claim to be the shortest river in the world. The Ombla is used as a source of drinking water for the city of Dubrovnik. Refresh yourself by filling up your bottles straight from the source. Visit the Franjo Tuđman Bridge – a 518 meter-long bridge constructed in 2002. From the bridge, enjoy a great view of the new, urban area of Dubrovnik, including the Gruž harbour. While driving, see parts of the city where scenes from the popular TV show Game of Thrones were filmed.

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From Dubrovnik: 2-Hour Game of Thrones Tour & Cruise

5. From Dubrovnik: 2-Hour Game of Thrones Tour & Cruise

Not only is Dubrovnik a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it's also the home of King's Landing, the capital of the seven kingdoms, overlooking Blackwater Bay. In Game of Thrones, a series of fantasy novels by George R.R. Martin, adapted from "A Song of Ice and Fire," Dubrovnik was used to represent the King’s Landing. Locations used in the show include: St. Dominic Street, Lokrum Island, the Rector's Palace and Sponza Palace, Fort Lovrijenac, Fort Bokar and the Minčeta Tower. The production also used the nearby Trsteno Arboretum. Join the Karaka ship that was used in the making of Game of Thrones on a cruise around delightful Dubrovnik. Relax while sipping on a Game of Thrones-inspired cocktail and enjoy views of King’s Landing. Major Thrones enthusiasts can take photos on the Iron Throne — a perfect memory of your visit to magical Westeros. Back on shore, walk through the Old Town accompanied by your tour guide and discover locations where the series was filmed. Hear interesting details about the characters and events from behind the scenes, before ending the tour in the Old Town.

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Dubrovnik: Private Boat Cruise at Sunset with Wine and Beer

6. Dubrovnik: Private Boat Cruise at Sunset with Wine and Beer

Meet your friendly skipper at Dubrovnik’s Old Port in the early evening and board your private boat. Head out onto the water, admiring impressive views of the Old Town district and the historical city walls. As you sail, soak up the last of the sunshine and the refreshingly cool sea breeze while listening to your skipper share facts about the local area. Arrive at Lokrum Island, an absolute must-see on your vacation to Dubrovnik. Marvel at the island’s fascinating caves, tall trees, and colorful peacocks roaming freely. There’s also time for a quick dip in the glistening ocean, so don’t forget your swimsuit. From here, sail out onto the open sea where you can see beautiful coral reef beneath the water. As the sun begins to sink into the horizon, drift gently around Koločep Island, one of the three Elaphite Islands. Lazing on the boat, you’ll have the best seats in the house to watch the sky as it is transformed with colors. Throughout the cruise, sip on tasty beer and wine whilst enjoying complimentary snacks. Your skipper also has a GoPro camera to capture all those unforgettable memories.

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Full-Day Tour of Ancient Montenegro from Dubrovnik

7. Full-Day Tour of Ancient Montenegro from Dubrovnik

Visit Montenegro and admire its stunning natural beauty, Mediterranean culture and ancient heritage on a day-trip from Dubrovnik. On the drive to the town of Risan, pass by the beautiful Konavle region and the bays of Kotor. See scenic valleys, rolling hills and traditional villages. In Risan, your guide will show you the main sights of this ancient town, including a beautiful Roman villa with exceptionally well-preserved floor mosaics of Hypnos, the Roman god of dreams. Next, a short boat ride from the baroque shore town of Perast will take you to one of the two islets in the bay to visit the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks which houses one of the finest collections of wall paintings in this part of Europe. Visit the UNESCO-protected town of Kotor and enjoy a guided tour through one of the best preserved medieval walled cities on the Adriatic. And finally, take the opportunity to make your own memories during your free time in Kotor!

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From Dubrovnik: 1-Way Tour to Sarajevo via Mostar and Konjic

8. From Dubrovnik: 1-Way Tour to Sarajevo via Mostar and Konjic

After getting picked up from your hotel, begin the journey across the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina, taking in views of the Croatian coastlines and historic towns along the way. Your first stop will be at the incredible Kravica Falls where you can enjoy a dip in refreshing emerald waters. After your swim, head to the fortified village of Počitelj for a walk to the top of an exhilarating hill where you will be rewarded with panoramic views of the Neretva Valley. Next, head to the gem of Herzegovina, Blagaj. Marvel at the beauty of this monastery located at the base of a cliff and on top of a picturesque lake. You can even take a boat ride into a cave for an authentic local experience. Your next stop is the world-famous city of Mostar. Wander around the city's cobbled streets and small shops to reach the stone masterpiece that is the Old Bridge. Here, enjoy a bite to eat at one of the local restaurants and admire panoramic views of the bridge as you eat before continuing to your next stop. After lunch, continue to one of the oldest towns in the country, Konjic. This city is also famous for its iconic bridge and abundance of surrounding natural beauty. Enjoy some free time to explore the town before continuing to your final destination in Sarajevo.

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Korčula & Pelješac: Wine & Culture Experience from Dubrovnik

9. Korčula & Pelješac: Wine & Culture Experience from Dubrovnik

When it comes to Croatian winemaking, the stunning Pelješac peninsula and the beautiful island of Korčula are two destinations not to be missed. The scenic peninsula of Pelješac stretches out like a green finger into the Adriatic Sea. Picturesque vineyards cling to rocky slopes dotted by the thick Mediterranean vegetation. A short ferry ride brings you to a beautiful island steeped in history – the island of Korčula. A trip to these jewels of the Croatian coastline makes for a magical day where you will be awestruck by the region's natural beauty while having the chance to sip exquisite local wines. The Pelješac peninsula personifies the best of the Mediterranean – a spectacular coastline and wild interior, hidden coves and beaches, vineyards, oyster bays, historic towns and villages, delicious food, and great wines. A short ferry trip brings you to the magical island of Korčula and its fairy-tale like walled town. The walled city, birthplace of Marco Polo, was first mentioned in the 10th century and every pristine stone has its own special history. This tour offers two spectacular destinations in one day all combined with exceptional cuisines and fine wines, making for a perfect day trip from Dubrovnik. And as the Croatian saying goes “A day without wine is like a day without sunshine”.

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Dubrovnik: Montenegro Day Trip with Boat Cruise

10. Dubrovnik: Montenegro Day Trip with Boat Cruise

Your tour begins with a complimentary pickup from your hotel in Dubrovnik. From there travel to the border, 45 kilometers south of Dubrovnik. Once you make it over the border to Montenegro, your adventure starts.  Travel to and explore the small town of Perast. Take a boat to Kotor to begin your sightseeing cruise. First, visit a small man-made island in the middle of Kotor Bay: the Island of Our Lady of the Rocks, one of the most important symbols of Montenegro with fascinating scenery and architecture.  Following a short visit, your cruise continues to Kotor, the most important Venetian port on this side of the Adriatic Coast. UNESCO-listed since 1979, this town is surrounded by 4.5-km-long city walls and contains a fascinating Old Town.  Choose to climb up to the walls, visit the museums, walk the streets, or just enjoy having lunch in one of the great local restaurants. At the end of your experience, return back to Dubrovnik where your guide will take you back to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Dubrovnik

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 277 reviews

Our tour guide, Gellana (hope I have spelt that right), was really friendly and full of knowledge. We learnt so much about the city walls and the city itself, which made the walls walk really interesting and memorable. Dubrovnik is a truly beautiful city and the views from the walls are incredible, you get to see so much more with Gellana’s informative guide as she pointed out so much along the walk, which you just wouldn’t see without a guide. Well worth it.

Our host was engaging and entertaining. Although he arrived late (owing to the busy traffic conditions ), the tour still went the full length and longer, and was not rushed . The stops were awesome and each of the highlights is well worth a visit. By traveling in a smaller group and van, you have more time to enjoy the sights, and it’s definitely less stressful than doing this all on your own.

We walked with Darko along the walls of the Old City with pleasure. Darko knows a lot and knows how to tell interesting stories, without unnecessary details. At our request, he recommended us some good restaurants, some of which we later visited and were satisfied. Thanks to Darko for a wonderful excursion.

Great to see spots of Dubrovnik you won't get to see by foot. Some stunning scenery and an exceptional driver in Simon. Appreciated Mario's correspondence in informing me of time change well in advance too.

Jelena was amazing! Very kind and knowledgeable. She loves her city. The walk of the walls was stunning and informative. I recommend doing this as one of the first things you do in Dubrovnik