DUBROVNIK IS ONE OF THE BEST CITIES OF CROATIA, WHICH HAS PRESERVED THE FORTRESS WALLS, OLD BUILDINGS AND CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS. YOU CAN FIND MANY TYPICAL HOUSES WITH RED TILE ROOFS HERE. DURING THE TRIP, TOURISTS WILL VISIT LOCAL TEMPLES AND MONASTERIES AND ALSO ENJOY THE DUBROVNIK RIVIERA, WHERE THERE ARE MANY BEAUTIFUL VILLAS AND OLD HOUSES.
1-4 people 250 Euro
groups on request
Included in price:
- comfortable car
- the toll roads and parking
- guide in Dubrovnik
Conducts a tour:
- licensed English-speaking guide
What to bring:
- duration is 8+ hours
- suitable for all ages
Croatia reveals historically significant places to the tourist. There are many interesting routes in this direction. One of the the most beautiful ones is a tour from Boka-Kotor Bay.
The tour begins early in the morning, the tourists will go through one of the most beautiful places in Montenegro – the Bay of Kotor. The route passes by coastal towns and cities. The beauty of Perast, Herceg Novi, Tivat opens to you all the way. The group is approaching the Croatian border.
In Croatia, rest and excursions are held in different cities. The most interesting tours are held in Dubrovnik – “the pearl of the Adriatic”. This is a magnificent city with a historical past, it is included in the UNESCO List and is under state protection.
Initially, tourists are offered to look at the panorama of Dubrovnik, but you can also see the city from afar on the way back. The history of Dubrovnik begins in the VII century. After several centuries, this city will be among the best. Here science and art will develop, trade will flourish, and magnificent castles will appear. Today the city remains one of the most famous resorts on the Adriatic. It is believed that the tourist who visited this city saw the whole of Croatia.
Dubrovnik preserved walls, which were built for six centuries. Their thickness reaches 6 meters, and height – 25 meters. The length of the fortress wall is at least 2.5 km. The city was thoroughly prepared to defend against possible attacks.
In just a few hours, vacationers can explore all the local beauty. In addition to the fortress wall in Dubrovnik, architectural masterpieces are worth seeing. Special attention should be paid to the Dominican Monastery and the Cathedral of St. Vlach, the Franciscan Monastery and the Prince’s Court, cathedrals, and the first European pharmacy.
Saint Blasius is considered the patron saint of the city, there is even a temple dedicated to him in Dubrovnik. However, travelers should not concentrate only on religious objects. In the city there are dozens of noble palaces built in the Baroque style popular in its time. They are perfectly preserved and maintained in excellent condition. The palaces are located mainly in the Dubrovnik Riviera. You can also find summer residences in the Gothic, Pseudo-Byzantine and Renaissance styles.
If they want tourists can go to all the museums as there are a lot of them. Many people are interested in the Art Gallery located in the city. To spend a rest in all the most important places can only qualified guide. An experienced tour guide can easily organize a trip through two countries. He knows each of them in detail and will find the way to any cultural monument.
Arriving on their own, tourists often get lost – they go with the map, but still they can not find all. And it’s hard to ask the locals – in Croatia they don’t speak Russian and not everyone speaks English. The guides accompanying the excursions speak excellent English and know the route, but they can also contact the locals. Knowledge of several languages is the norm for a good guide. In addition, a guided tour guarantees the safety of tourists. They can fully rely on the guide.