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Dubrovnik Old Town 1.5 Hour Discovery Tour

Highlights
  • Discover the historic city’s famous and hidden landmarks, including the Rector's Palace

  • Learn about Dubrovnik’s history and culture from your local guide

  • Experience the city intimately as you explore by foot

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Dubrovnik Old Town 1.5 Hour Discovery Tour
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Overview

Dubrovnik is known for its history and architecture, but appreciating its many sights can be difficult on a self-led tour. Forget the guidebook and learn from a local on a tour of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, exploring landmarks including the Franciscan Monastery, Stradun monument, Cathedral of the Assumption, and more. Enjoy the intimate perspective of a walking tour as you gain insight into the city’s far-reaching heritage and culture.

What to Expect
Dubrovnik never fails to awe the visitor; its streets paved with white limestone, its walls crowning the city, and its medieval sandstone-colored houses oozing with history.
This 1.5-hour guided walking tour takes you deep into the city’s 1,400-year history, recalling ancient tales when Dubrovnik was one of the world’s most prosperous port cites. It tells tales of war and lets the tour-goer in on the culture of the city.
After meeting at Pile Gate, begin the journey through history and through Old Town. Pass the Franciscan Monastery and admire Orlando’s Column, a monument on the Stradun inspired by the city’s long-standing freedom and sovereignty. See, too, Onofrio’s Fountain, built in 1438 at the end of a 8-mile (12-km) aqueduct that gave the city its water supply.
The walk also stops at the Rector’s Palace, Sponza Palace and the Cathedral of the Assumption, a baroque church built after the devastating earthquake of 1667.
Reviews (180)
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Great Walking Tour

We were fortunate to have a wonderful local guide (Marco I think..)who shared his incredible knowledge of the ancient history and also could share his own personal stories of living in the old city; playing soccer as a boy in the very streets we walked,...More

Thank JoMoKe
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Awesome tour!!!

Dubrovnik was our first cruise ship stop and what a way to start. We booked this tour with this excellent, full of good history and most entertaining guide Branko. He was amazing and very passionate when telling us about the history. We were never bored....More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank AishaMayri
Reviewed 7 November 2018
A walk round the wall is a must

Very Very Busy. Try to go and visit in the morning if possible. Little option for a drink in most places as they want to provide a lunch. Need a hat if going pm as gets very hot on the wall walk.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Judith T
Reviewed 5 November 2018
Jadranka the Great

I went on the City History tour led by Jadranka, a bright, knowledgeable young woman who filled us ion as much of the city's history as could be done in and hour and a half. It was a great way to orient myself to the...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Bluehawkdancing
Reviewed 3 November 2018 via mobile
Highly Recommended!!

We visited Dubrovnik last week. We booked this tour, and our guide was Branko. Overall the tour was great and we really enjoyed it. Dubrovnik is a beautiful city with a rich cultural heritage and there was a lot of interesting information that we got...More

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481sanak
20 November 2018|
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Response from gksd | Reviewed this property |
Not sure, our guide told us that except for museums/walls and a couple of shops/restaurants, nearly everything is closed during their winter.
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481sanak
20 November 2018|
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Response from esthamian | Reviewed this property |
Suggest you contact tour operators
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dutch037
11 November 2018|
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Response from Sirtanalot | Reviewed this property |
Structured tours tend to finish by 4 pm, mainly because Cruise ships leave around then. If you contact tour company direct you may be able to organise a special tour.
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