- Guided tour of the UNESCO protected Old Town, The Pearl of the Adriatic
- Opportunity to walk the Walls of Dubrovnik, Cable car, Iconic Cliff Bars
- King's Landing filming location
- Chance to visit St. Lawrence's fortress
- 7:00am: Leaving from the Works. The van ride from Split to Dubrovnik usually takes 3.5 hours *there will be one (or more if you need them) refreshment stops
- 10:30am: Arrival to Dubrovnik
- 11:30am - 12.30pmPM: Walking tour with a local guide. You’ll get the chance to explore the heart of the walled Old Town of Dubrovnik and learn about the maritime Republic of Ragusa and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire Renaissance and Baroque architecture inside the two-kilometer-long defensive walls and stroll down the central Stradun, see one of the oldest pharmacies in the world at the Franciscan Church, visit the Rector’s Palace, and Fort Lovrijenac. Get ample photo opportunities on the pedestrianized streets, and use your free time to take the cable car to the top of Srđ Hill.
- 12.30pm: Lunch break
- 2:30-5:30 PM: Free time to explore:
- Most popular things to do:
- Buža bar drinks (Iconic cliffside bars on the outskirts of the city walls)
- Cable car and top of Srđ mountain + Homeland war museum
- City walls
- Fort Lovrijenac
- 5:30 pm: Bus goes back to Split
- 9 pm: Drop off by the Works
Who Is This Experience Good For
- Anyone who loves nature and the outdoors
- Anyone passionate about history and culture
- Anyone interested in beautiful scenery
- Private transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle
- Pick up/drop off by The Works
- Historical walking Tour with a local tour guide
What's Not Included
- Food - Lunch
- Food - Snacks
- Entrance fee to the City Walls and Fort Lovrijenac (35 EUR pp)
- Cable car round trip (app 27 EUR)
- Museum entrance tickets
Know Before You Go
Your passport will be needed to cross the border.- Minimum Needed: 6 people
fREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HIGHLY recommend doing at least a 2 day trip for Dubrovnik. The only things included are transportation to and from Split and a short guided tour upon arrival. Our tour guide was so knowledgeable and assisted us with what order we should do each of the sites (walk the walls, see the fortress, and take the cable cars) as well as which city app we should download to save the most money and get access to the sites and museums. There’s a lot to do in Dubrovnik and one day is not enough. All in all, an amazing 2 day experience though I wish I had stayed one more day to be able kayak around the bay and swim at Buza bar!
A day to discover Dubrovnik might be not enough but it's a good place to start. Walking the city walls is the best way to discover and enjoy this beautiful city.
I liked to walk around the wall and the city.
To me, the free time we had in the city was more than enough to get a grasp of the place and see what I wanted to see. But some people planned more time there, and they liked to have more time to explore some place in more details.
So a great gateway, but plan ahead what you want to see there, as it might be worth more time (but again, for me the free time was enough and more would have been too much).
I absolutely love Dubrovnik. Make sure you walk the city walls the views from them are amazing. Plus you can take a Game of thrones filming location tour if you want to. Make sure you go to Buza Bar as well, it‚Äôs super neat. I loved it.
I loved the city but unfortunately we were forced to spend almost two hours with a tour guide who was a lovely person, but was rather quite boring. I would have rather just been allowed to wander the town on my own. Most remote year people are well traveled and self starters and having a tour guide felt too confining. But loved the old town and made the best of it after we escaped the guide! If you are like me and don’t like your guides I’d suggest getting a group together and hiring a driver to take you and pick you up. It would be much cheaper.