4 hours tour Dubrovnik and surrounding areas
From city streets to panoramic views, palatial Gothic and Renaissance summer homes of Dubrovnik republics affluent nobles and merchants. This is a tour that will open up a world within the walls as well as surrounding areas of exceptional natural beauty and quaint little villages and countryside. It also covers many Game of Thrones filming locations in the city.
We have a vehicle at our disposal and the itinerary is flexible based on your interests and preferences.
I will definitely suggest that you visit Rijeka dubrovacka and Komolac as well as go to the top of mount Srđ which is 435 meters (1430 feet) above the Old town, offering breathtaking views of the city.
This tour is a must for all who would like to get the city introduction and have a perspective in the wider context of the area.
Meeting at a designated point, we will go to Komolac, approximately 15 minutes drive from the Old Town.
- Komolac is the area where we will visit a site with a palatial home of Dubrovnik, a noble family from the 16th century. Nowadays it is part of ACI Dubrovnik marina.
- Nearby, river Dubrovnik flows into the sea underneath a mountain; this is a picturesque spot to see.
- Then, we will have a ride through the countryside to Mt Srđ with stunning views of Dubrovnik. Here we will be heading for exploration of the Old town itself.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 4 hours
vehicle for up to 6 guests of newer make
Estimated Local Cash Needed
200 kuna - Refreshments, snacks etc.
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Functionally bilingual in English and Croatian, Michael is the ideal guide for the town of Dubrovnik, of which he knows every corner and turn. We also appreciated his flexibility and kindness given our large group. His driver Niko was likewise excellent, and we saw everything we had come to see and a lot more. Though Dubrovnik is small (40,000 inhabitants or so), Michael made it seem bigger by placing in its historical context. A superb half-day -- we cannot recommend a tour guide any more highly.