Dubrovnik All in One
Dubrovnik All in One
The ancient and mysterious city of Dubrovnik lies at the extreme south of Croatia on the Adriatic Sea and is surrounded by world-famous medieval walls still intact. Built on the maritime trade, this city blossomed both financially and culturally in the middle centuries and today is nicknamed the Pearl of the Adriatic.
Your journey into this fascinating town starts in the Old Town, where your local, knowledgeable guide will lead you on a walking tour through little streets, a myriad of fountains, and stunning architecture. Stop at Placa Stradun, the shopper-friendly central street in the city and grab a photo of Big Onofrio's Fountain, whose stairs are a popular meeting point for locals and tourists alike.
See the Franciscan Monastery, then make your way to Luza Square in the heart of the city with its Church of St. Blaise and the stone flag staff known as Orlando's Column. Next, you will make your way to Sponza Palace to admire its Gothic Renaissance architecture and survey its Memorial Room. From there you will continue through the Old Port of the city to Dubrovnik Cathedral.
Pass by Rector's Palace and enjoy some free time, then have your camera ready as your guide takes you to the best panoramic view points and attractions of the city, including the top of Srdj Hill, with its spectacular views of the Old Town and Lokrum Island. You will also see the River Ombla, at 98 feet considered the second shortest river in the world. The Dubrovnik Bridge (Franjo Tudman Bridge) is one of the largest single pylon, cable-stayed bridges in the world, offering beautiful views of the downtown area and cruise port.
At each of these stops you will have approximately 10-15 minutes to enjoy the views, take Insta-worthy photos and pick up some historical facts. This half-day tour is perfect for those who are visiting Dubrovnik for the first time or who want to make the most out of their time in the city compared to the Cable Car Ride and other tour activities.
Reserve your spot for a day in Dubrovnik that you will fondly remember for years to come.