Don’t be surprised if you fall in love when you arrive in Dubrovnik. Surround by Medieval walls, the wonderful Old Town boasts museums, shopping streets and a blend of traditional and new-age eateries. The views are breathtaking and you can gaze down to the azure waters below. Game of Thrones fan? Dubrovnik was used as one of the main filming locations. If you are still looking for more don’t forget the pebbly beaches, various festivals throughout the year or hop on a boat trip and visit the tranquil island of Lokrum.
For spectacular views over Dubrovnik and its surrounding archipelago, take a ride on the cable car which climbs over the city before, back down at street level, a guided tour showcase the Old Town’s abundant history and culture.
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Dubrovnik is known as the Pearl of the Adriatic and you’ll find out why on this fascinating walking tour which introduces you to the city’s history and culture whilst also taking in the incredible view from the medieval-era walls.
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Just like the streets of Dubrovnik were not built to be seen by carriage but by foot, it is certain that the best views of the region are from the sea. Found out why on this full-day excursion.
What better way of exploring the picturesque Dubrovnik archipelago than onboard the beautiful Galleon Tirena, which can hold over 200 people on its majestic decks.
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