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Save hard-earned vacation time in Dubrovnik by prebooking admission to the Old Town’s city walls—a must for first-time visitors. Choose your preferred day to visit when you book, and when it’s time, walk a full or partial circuit of the ramparts at your own pace. Along the way, admire the panoramic views, and inspect the walls’ medieval battlements, towers, and forts to delve deeper into their history.
Save time and travel easy by pre-booking admission to Dubrovnik’s Love Stories Museum, a great option for travelers who want to visit a small, off-the-beaten path gem. By pre-booking, you’ll have a bit more time to explore the museum’s quirky exhibits about love, romantic folk legends, locally-filmed TV shows, and Dubrovnik’s most famous romances.
Get more for your money with this Dubrovnik Super Saver that combines a cable car trip up to Mt. Srd and a walking tour of the Old Town and the city walls. Ascend up the craggy Mt. Srd in the spacious comfortable cable car affording incredible views of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic. Then descend to the Old Town and begin an information-packed walking tour of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. Finally, climb up to the walls, strolling along the medieval fortifications and admire this historic part of the city.
Combine city sightseeing with a sea kayaking and snorkeling experience on this full-day Dubrovnik Super Saver that saves you 10 percent! Begin the day with a casual walking tour of the city’s UNESCO-World-Heritage-listed Old Town, strolling down the limestone-paved Stradun, the widest street in city of narrow lanes, as well as ancient churches and monasteries. Then, hop in a kayak and do some paddling in the azure-colored Adriatic, heading over to the leafy island of Lokrum. This tour is limited to no more than 20 people.
Dubrovnik Card is a key that opens the door to all of the top attractions of the cities of Dubrovnik, Cavtat and provides the card holder with a number of discounts and significant savings in money, offering a variety of benefits as well as numerous surprises. Depending on the length of stay in Dubrovnik, you can buy 3 types of cards: 1-Day, 3-Day or 7-Day. The 1-Day Dubrovnik Card is a unique pass allowing entry into 9 cultural-historical monuments, the top attractions of Dubrovnik. The 3-Day and 7-Day Dubrovnik Card are a unique pass allowing entry into 10 cultural-historical monuments, 9 top attractions of Dubrovnik, and 1 museum in Cavtat. By purchasing a Dubrovnik Card, you will get a bus card valid throughout the city of Dubrovnik, and also coupons for a suburban ride by purchasing 3 – Day and 7 – Day Dubrovnik Card.
Group size: min. 2 -max. 8 people Ston, a medieval town with centuries of history, is situated on the Peljesac peninsula. It is famous for its walls (5,5 km long), the second longest in the world. The town is also known for its oldest European saltern, which is still active. Its true value lies in the traditional way of salt production, i.e. a natural way of getting salt that has not changed since ancient times. Also, famous oysters that you will try!
Visit National Park Mljet Explore hidden forest-shrouded paradise Beautiful bays, steep and rocky coastline, salt water lakes, springs of drinking water, preserved forests of holm oak tree and aleppo pine, caves, sandy coves,… Our Mljet boat tour will take you to this magical island with the oldest national park at the Adriatic.
Visit Ston and see for yourself some of the world’s longest intact defensive walls, second only to the Great Wall of China. Your admission ticket grant access to walk on top of the walls and through several of the defensive towers, including sections that climb up a hill for fantastic countryside views. Walk as much or as little of the walls as you wish, and go at your own pace on a self-guided tour.
Create your own itinerary on this custom private tour of Krka National Park. This private tour comes with all the flexibility of your own personal trip without the hassle of navigating, driving, or handling logistics. Ideal for families and independent travelers, your personal driver lets you stop wherever you want on the drive. That way you don’t have to miss highlights along the way because you are stuck on a group tour bus.
We are travel specialists in custom-designed tours for small and large groups to Croatia & neighboring countries. We are a tourist agency, with over 20 years in the tourist business. We are husband and wife team, Ruđer and Marina, with a team of locals and professionals to make your visit one to remember. The Cavtat area is most attractive because of the Mediterranean vegetation which covers the whole area; another advantage is unpolluted sea and a very attractive a mixture of the old and new architecture. Originally it was a Greek settlement called Epidauros. Cliffs of Konavle sprawl from Cavtat to Molunat, two seaside tourist resorts of the coast in Konavle. Steep inaccessible cliffs that fall vertically into the sea is the only ones on the Adriatic coast and they spread in a continuous length of about 20 kilometers. The view from the rocks to the open sea as well as to the landscape of Konavle is breathtaking.
Step back in time to medieval life in Croatia inside Sokol Tower—a tall defensive fortress on the road to Dubrovnik. Climb to the top of the tower for panoramic views over the Konavle Valley below, and view historic artifacts like knight’s armor, cannons, and weaponry inside the tower’s museums.
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- Dubrovnik Cruise Port
- Ethnographic Museum (Rupe Museum)
- Peljesac Peninsula
- Mljet Island
- St. John’s Fortress (Fort St. Ivana)
- Love Stories Museum
- Church of St. Blaise (Crkva Sv. Vlaha)
- Onofrio's Fountain
- Franciscan Church and Monastery
- Dubrovnik Cathedral Treasury
- Museum of Croatian War of Independence (Homeland War Museum)
- Dominican Monastery
- Orlando's Column (Orlandov Stup)
- St. Lawrence Fortress (Fort Lovrijenac)
- Fort Bokar
- Dubrovnik Bell Tower
- House of Marin Drzic (Dom Marina Drzica)
- Elafiti Islands (Elaphites)
- Elaphite Islands
- Lokrum Benedictine Monastery
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Day Trips from Dubrovnik
- Dubrovnik to Split
- Dubrovnik to Zagreb
- Dubrovnik to Dubrovnik Old Town
- Dubrovnik to Elafiti Islands (Elaphites)
- Dubrovnik to Lokrum Island
- Dubrovnik to Elaphite Islands
- Dubrovnik to Krka National Park
- Dubrovnik to Bay of Kotor
- Dubrovnik to Kravice Waterfall (Vodopad Kravica)
- Dubrovnik to Trsteno Arboretum
- Dubrovnik to Mostar
- Dubrovnik to Korcula
- Dubrovnik to Kotor
- Dubrovnik to Budva
- Dubrovnik to Korcula Island