discover the mesmerizing ancient city
Magical Dubrovnik is a light walking tour around the Dubrovnik's historic core, suitable for the first time visitors, particularly those who don't have much time on their disposal, for example travelers on cruise ships. Aim of this tour is to introduce the travelers with the Dubrovnik's exciting and stormy history that is best reflected on the city's most gracious monuments. Depending on your preferences, this tour can also be organised in the late afternoon or evening hours.
The tour starts at the Pile Gate and continues to Placa, the main street of the city where we will stop at the Onofrio's fountain and the Franciscan monastery. We will continue our walk along the main street up to the Luža square, the center of the city, where we will stop at the church of St. Blaise and Orlando's column. From there we will visit the Memorial room in Sponza palace and continue further through the old port of the city to the Dubrovnik cathedral. Afther that we will pass by the Rector's Palace and finish the tour at the city's marketplace.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Suggested by Guide: Meeting location is at the Pile gate, the main entrance to the Old town of Dubrovnik. I will be waiting for you by the tree at the right hand side from Pile gate holding a sign with your name.
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 2 hours
This is a walking tour around the Old Town of Dubrovnik, comfortable shoes recommended.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 HRK - Approximately around 15 USD for souveniers
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Tonka was an amazing tour guide. She was very friendly and knowledgeable. Having lived her life here and also working on her doctorate in Archaeology, there are no better qualifications. She answered all our questions and it was obvious she loves her country. Thank you, Tonka, for a great day and for sharing your family's experiences during the Serbian attack on Dubrovnik. The "old city" is so unique and beautiful.