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Dubrovnik

Destinations
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina (private)
In the true sense of the word it is the city where West meets East meets North meets South. Experience sights such as the Old Bazaar, the Turkish House and one of the many old Mosques. After the guided tour of the town free time for strolling around and browsing among the many old craft shops or maybe lunch in one of the picturesque local restaurants.
Island of Korčula (Private)
Marco Polo is the property and inheritance of the whole world!
Korcula town is considered the birthplace of Marco Polo. Experience the narrow streets, churches and palaces in one of the best preserved Medieval towns in the Mediterranean.Our
walking tour of the town will reveal some of the finest sites such as St Marc’s Cathedral. After sightseeing – free time for lunch or even swimming.
Game of Thrones Tour with Karaka Cruise and Dubrovnik Walking Tour (SIC)
Sail into the amazing world of the Game of Thrones TV series and experience magic of King’s Landing on this one of a kind 2-hour cruise and walking tour of locations where the series was filmed. Sail the same ship on which Daenerys Targaryen sailed in the series and discover locations where the series was filmed. Walk through the Old Town accompanied by your tour guide and hear interesting details about the characters and events from behind the scenes.
Dubrovnik Cable Car Round- trip Ticket Tour
Show your voucher at the entrance and a kind staff will forward you a ticket for a cable car ride.

Experience the most amazing view from above. There is a chance to visit the Imperial Fortress at the top of Hill Srd, the one that was built in the early 19th century. There is a War Museam inside the fortress, which could be very interesting to see.

There are also several activities offered at the top like Buggy Safari Tour, Hiking Trail, there is Ohrid pearl shop with replica of coins from medieval time. Visitors have a chance to taste some local food and drink from a restaurant
Treasures Of Dalmatia (SIC)
on our way to Ston we will make a stop at the village of Orašac and visit a family house where the host will present us the traditional mill. One of highlights of our excursion is Ston with its 5-kilometre long walls, a town built in the 15th century according to a plan with a rectangular layout of streets and squares.

Ston is renowned for its delicious oysters and mussels that we recommend you to taste in one of the local restaurants. Another landmark of Ston are its old salt ponds where the salt is still gathered the old way.

We continue to the Arboretum in Trsteno with a 15th century summer residence of the Dubrovnik patrician family Gucetić-Gozze surrounded by a beautiful Renaissance garden. Enjoy a view from its pavilion over the islands or take a walk to the baroque Neptune’s Fountain immersed in the luxuriant subtropical vegetation of magnolia, black bamboo, laurel, eucalyptus, palm and camphor trees. Trsteno is also famous for its two giant 500-year old plane trees.
Mostar, traces of Orient (SIC)
Having experienced different historical development over the centuries, this area has remained the meeting place of cultures and religions, with traces clearly visible today. Drive to Neum along the coast, then inland through the picturesque Neretva River Delta up to Mostar.
On our way to Mostar we stop at the fortress-town of Počitelj, a well preserved example of oriental architecture, perched on a hillside above the river. During the Turkish rule, the city of Mostar was developed on the banks of the river as an important trade centre on caravan routes.
We tour the old city of Mostar, included in the UNESCO`s World Heritage List in 2005, with its graceful single span Old Bridge, beautiful Tabačica Mosque and the colourful Bazaar with traditional handicrafts
Medieval Fortresses of Ston & Korčula (SIC)
Discover the charming little town of Ston with its 5-kilometre long walls and the island of Korčula - the hometown of Marco Polo, the famous world traveller. Ston is renowned for its delicious oysters and the old salt ponds where the salt is still produced the old way. After Ston we will drive along the Pelješac Peninsula, stopping at a local winery to taste some of the famous local wines.
The tour continues with a drive to Orebić where we take a ferry for Korčula. After the sightseeing tour you will have enough free time to visit the house where one of the greatest world travellers, Marko Polo, was born in 1254. At the age of 17 he went on a long journey to China. Marko Polo was the first person who introduced Europe to the developed and powerful Chinese civilization and discovered many achievements, among which were pasta, paper money, oil as a mean of energy, many different spices and rich fabrics of different kinds and colours.
On our way back we will visit a local restaurant and have clams tasting with a glass of local wine.
Best of Montenegro (SIC)
Discover the Bay of Kotor, one of the most spectacular sceneries on the Mediterranean, surrounded by high mountains with picturesque small towns along its shores. Our first visit will be to Budva, a charming little town that is concidered to be one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic sea. Next, we would drive to Cetinje with a breath-taking view over the Bay of Kotor. Along the way we would make a short in the village of Njeguši in order to taste some delicious local products. Along the steep slopes we would arrive to the historical city of Kotor where a local guide would take us on a walking tour whose highlight is Romanesque Cathedral of St. Triphun that is included in the UNESCO`s World Heritage List.
Dubrovnik city tour (SIC)
Discover Onofrio`s Fountains, Franciscan Monastery, Old Pharmacy, Orlando`s Column, Church of St Blaise - the town’s patron saint and other sights
Stroll down the streets of Dubrovnik surrounded by mighty walls and fortresses
Take a panoramic drive through Dubrovnik surroundings with a magnificent view of the Old Town with Lokrum and the Elaphite Islands in the background
Mt Srd Cable Car Ride plus Old Town and City Walls Walking Tour (SIC)
See the circular Onofrio's Fountain with its huge central dome, and amble past the Franciscan monastery, where a copy of Michelangelo’s La Pietà sculpture is housed.
Split Day Trip (SIC)
Discover the delights of Split on this day trip from Dubrovnik. With an expert guide, traverse the historical city’s cobblestone streets and winding walkways during a 1.5-hour walking tour.
Kotor & Budva, Montenegro (PRIVATE)
Be amazed by the beauty of Montenegro on a day trip from Dubrovnik to some of the country’s main towns and sites.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Tour Including Medjugorje and Mostar (SIC)
Discover Croatia’s beautiful neighboring country of Bosnia and Herzegovina and visit several beautiful cities, including Mostar and Medjugorje, on this small-group tour from Dubrovnik
Montenegro Full-Day Trip (SIC)
Be amazed by the beauty of Montenegro on a day trip from Dubrovnik to some of the country’s main towns and sites.
Old Town and Ancient City (SIC)
Dubrovnik Old Town
Explore Dubrovnik's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and learn the history and culture of this magnificent walled city on this 1.5-hour historical walking tour. Walk along the elegant main street with your local guide and see beautiful Dubrovnik landmarks such as the circular Onofrio's Fountain, connected to a spring located 7.5 miles (12 km) from town by an aqueduct.
Dubrovnik Ancient City Walls Historical Walking Tour
Explore Dubrovnik's ancient city walls with a local guide and learn the city's interesting past on a 2-hour historical walking tour. Tour the ancient city walls, a 1.2-mile (2-km) complex structure built in the 14th century that served as defensive structures to protect the city, that has been restored several times to resemble their original appearance. With your guide, see Fort Revelin and Minceta Tower within the city walls (entrance fees not included), and learn the strategic position of these forts and their role in Dubrovnik's history.
Dubrovnik Ancient City Walls Historical Walking (SIC)
Discover the beauty of Dubrovnik while learning about the city’s interesting past on this historical walking tour. Meet your local guide near Pile Gate for a tour of the ancient city walls, a 1.2-mile (2-km) complex structure built in the 14th century that served as defensive structures to protect the city. Marvel at the beautiful blue colors of the Adriatic Sea and admire breathtaking views of the port and the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, while your guide takes you through the history of the city walls.
Dubrovnik Sightseeing Tour (PRIVATE)
Learn why Dubrovnik is called the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’
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