Dubrovnik tour from Split
- Visit the enchanting Old Town and Town Walls of Dubrovnik
- Discover a wonderful UNESCO World Heritage of the Croatian coast
- See the architecture and the picturesque squares and churches
- Learn about Dubrovnik history with an experienced guide
Ever wanted to plan a get-away to the Dalmatian Coast and enjoy the cristal clear sea and the sun? Dubrovnik and its fortified Old Town are definitely a destination for you then. That colourful city is one of the most visited and photographed European destinations. In the middle ages, Dubrovnik was then called Republica Ragusa, and was considered to be a big rival of Venice because of its growing maritime power. It is one of the most outstanding tourist destinations on the Mediterranean Riviera.
For more than 30 years, Dubrovnik has been a part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is famous in the whole world for its highly recognizable red rooftops, for its Renaissance and Baroque architectural marvels and its 2 km long protecting walls that resisted countless armies from various adversaries throughout the centuries.
Don’t miss the Old Town's central street Stradun, the Franciscan Monastery (which holds one of the oldest pharmacies on the planet), the renaissance Rector's Palace, the town walls, the Lovrjenac Fortress and many charming squares and churches of this beautiful town.
Use your free time in Dubrovnik to hop on the cable car to the top of the Srd Mountain and enjoy the jaw dropping view of the old town of Dubrovnik and outskirts. Stroll around the old town and discover the cultural heritage and history with a friendly and experienced guide.
- Transportation (highway)
- Local guide in Dubrovnik
- Insurance and VAT
- Entrance fees
If you have not added hotel transfer service, tour departs from the Gray Line office in Split which is located on the famous Riva promenade, at the address Obala Hrvatskog narodnog preporoda 21.
- We recommend you to wear sportswear and confortable clothes.
- Don’t forget your camera and your PASSPORT!
- Hotel pick-up may be as early as 45 minutes prior to tour start time
- From April to October
- Tuesday, Friday
- At 07.30am from Split
- At 06.50am from Trogir
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