Join a full day tour to pearl of Adriatic Sea and explore the best of Dubrovnik from Split. This full day trip will give you a valuable insight into history and fascinating exchange of different empires which ruled the Balkan regions.
After spending a day in Dubrovnik, you will be able to understand why is this city so special and rated as one of the most beautiful destinations in whole Balkans area.
In addition to visiting Dubrovnik, we can optionally visit the famous walls of the old town of Ston on the Pelješac peninsula. At sunset the great walls of Stone are a great idea.
Pickup Time Recommended time: 8 AM. This is a private tour so times can be adjusted according to your preferences.
Pickup Locations Pick up will be arranged at your address in Split.
Meet our team at the address where you are staying. Your guide will help you experience all cultural, historical and natural heritage of ancient Dubrovnik and he will make sure no questions remain unanswered so don’t refrain from sharing your thoughts and opinions at any moment of time.
During the, roughly, three hours of drive and enjoying some absolutely remarkable sceneries along the way, you will have a chance to meet your team and discuss some “beginner to expert” level topics about Dubrovnik, Croatia and the Balkans in general.
As soon as we arrive to Dubrovnik, we will head towards exploring its UNESCO protected old town and do some nice and easy walks discovering the attractions this city is known. We will admire the amazing Rector’s Palace, Sponza Palace, the fascinating baroque Cathedral of the Assumption, Onofrio’s Fountain built in 1438 as an aqueduct for city water supply, Prijeklo Street and Old port, St. Saviour’s Franciscan and Dominican church.
Besides this tour is created to provide an absolute treat for the eyes, it will also enable you to delve deep into the world of interesting legends associated with the city and its heavenly green island, Lokrum which is just 10 minutes away from ancient city of Dubrovnik.
Once we finish with introducing you with the 1400 years of Dubrovnik, we will let you wander the limestone streets and admire the crowning walls on your own. Have a lunch, enjoy shopping and have a gelato at the beach.
> Ancient Walls of Dubrovnik have been restored multiple times in order gain the resembles to their original appearance.
After Dubrovnik old town walking tour, you can have free time to explore city on your own. Options are many. You can take explore Dubrovnik walls or you can take one of the most beautiful cable car rides you have experienced so far. Cable Car to Mt. Srdj is definitely a “must” experience while in Dubrovnik and will enable you to admire the city from above.
Place where ocean blue sky meets the ancient Dubrovnik reflecting in softly dousing sea is absolutely a perfect spot for taking some everlasting memories and awe inspiring photos. Moreover, you will have a chance to explore the Homeland War Museum of Dubrovnik nestled in the middle of the Srdj and learn about the 90s siege of Dubrovnik.
> Dubrovnik Cable Car, the most spectacular view over the city
Once we fully soak up the atmosphere of amazing Dubrovnik we will head towards the Ston. When we reach medieval town Ston and its walls, we will descend to another part called Mali (engl. Small) Ston. Mesmerised by the views, you will hardly notice the numerous stairs in front of us.
We will admire the vibrant sunset colours and learn the stories about the walls dating back from 1334 when Ston became a part of the Republic of Dubrovnik. It is believed that the construction of the walls itself took over 18 months.
Funky Tip: Buying one of bottle of tasty Peljesac wine and drinking it out on the walls of Ston, while overlooking the beautiful Adriatic sea could be an interesting thing to do.
> On the top of the Walls we will be able to enjoy the sunset and that will be, for sure, a life time experience you will remember always.
Expected return to Split is around 8 PM. We will drop you off at your preferred address and say goodbye, at least for now.
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