City, First Time Visitor
Kid Friendly: Yes. Small children might find the tour a bit slow, but certain adjustments can be made to the itinerary with prior notice.
Maximum travelers: 8
English (fluent), Croatian (fluent)
Take a Walk Through Time
Dubrovnik's Old City Centre is one of Europe's great cultural treasures. It is no surprise it is recognized as UNESCO heritage site since 1979. This unique walled city is still alive and remains almost intact after spending countless centuries as a beacon of light in an extremely turbulent area of Europe.
My walking tour of the city's historical centre serves to introduce not only the rich history of Dubrovnik, but the way of life and nuances of local culture as well. There is a number of ways in which the tour can be modified to individual guests, so I do enjoy the fact that during the tour I get to learn about my guests as well. Tour can also be done with less of more strenuous routes to respect the guests' physical fitness or limitations and is doable in almost all but the most extreme weather conditions.
Enjoy exploring Dubrovnik and get the full story exploring its most popular attractions, but also some of the charming side streets and hidden corners.
Walking tour around the historical centre, encompassing the main attractions, some hidden corners, always steering away from the crowds.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Meeting point is by the fountain on Brsalje Square outside of Pile Gate, in front of Dubravka 1836 Cafe terrace (address is Brsalje 1, 20000 Dubrovnik)
End location: End location can be the same as the starting location or modified depending on guests' plans for after the tour
Duration: 2 hours
2 hrs service of a private English speaking licensed local guide
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 Croatian Kunas - Personal expenses (bottle of water recommended)
Your personal expenses, entrance tickets to museums, souvenirs, food and drinks