Dubrovnik Day Tour from Split or Trogir141 Reviews
Drive along the scenic Dalmatian Coast from Split or Trogir to Dubrovnik, and enjoy a full-day tour exploring one of the most remarkable medieval walled cities in the world. See the Rector’s Palace, St. Blaise Church, limestone Stradun street and more.
- Enjoy a full-day excursion to Dubrovnik
- Take an official guided tour of Dubrovnik's historic monuments
- Walk through Stradun, once a sea channel which separated the city in two parts, today the town’s main street, paved with smooth stone blocks
- Try some authentic Croatian cuisine in a local tavern
DescriptionEnjoy a full-day excursion from Split to Dubrovnik, where you will tour inside the historic city walls and along the limestone streets of the Old Town. First, enjoy a scenic ride along the Dalmatian Coast, stopping once or twice for panoramic views across the Adriatic Sea. This is the Mediterranean as it used to be, before the onslaught of mass tourism. Upon arrival at the pearl of the Isthmus of Dubrovnik, take an official guided tour of the city’s historic monuments. Each corner of Dubrovnik is a unique experience, and the 90-minute tour is enough to visit attractions such as the monumental Pile Gate, located at the top of Stradun, Dubrovnik’s famous street of limestone, polished by years of footfall. Go to the Franciscan Monastery, where 30,000 volumes, 216 incunabula, and 1,500 valuable handwritten documents are stored in the library. The cloister is one of the most magnificent monuments in the city and houses the oldest pharmacy in Europe, dating back to 1317. A little further on, encounter the Renaissance splendor of Sponza Palace, notable for its portico and columns, and elaborate stone carvings. Today it is home to Croatia’s State Archives. Your guided tour ends at St. Blaise Cathedral, dedicated to the city’s patron saint and protector. Built on the ruins of a 12th-century church, it was destroyed by an earthquake in 1667, then rebuilt in a Baroque style. It’s a popular place for weary tourists to rest on the steps leading up to the entrance. You are now free to explore the town by yourself. Feel free to climb the city walls and walk the full 1.24-mile (2-kilometer) circuit, offering breathtaking views across a sea of terracotta tiles and the boats and cruise liners in the bustling port. Try some authentic Croatian dishes in local taverns, or just enjoy a cup of coffee in an al fresco café and watch the world go by.
IncludesPickup and drop-off from the main meeting point Dubrovnik sightseeing with an official local guide Transfer with passenger van or tour bus Food and drinks Entrance tickets Gratuities
- Useful tips: wear comfortable walking shoes or sandals and casual clothes. Out of summer time, wear closed comfortable shoes and a warm sweater
- Due to the border crossing with Bosnia and Herzegovina, a passport and appropriate visa (if required) is obligatory. Requirements for travel visas vary widely depending on your nationality and your destination. Please be advised that you are solely responsible for having valid documents during the tour
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