General

Take this opportunity to enjoy all the beauties of the Adriatic pearl – Dubrovnik. Once an independent republic, today the most popular destination in Croatia.

Our tour starts at 7:00 AM, and we are driving towards the very south of Dalmatian coast. Upon arrival, all the important information about the city will be provided by our animator.

After the short briefing, you will have 4 hours of free time to explore the stone streets, various churches, cathedral, main street Stradun etc…

Take a tour of the town walls,, have a lunch on just have a coffee and enjoy the sights – it is up to you 🙂

The approximate time of return is at 18:00.

Price includes

  • Transportation in the lux AC mini van
  • Tour animator

Price do not include

  • Other costs not offered in this program
  • Meals
  • Tip for your tour guide

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Dubrovnik

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