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Dubrovnik: Kojan Koral ATV Quad Safari

1. Dubrovnik: Kojan Koral ATV Quad Safari

Discover Dubrovnik's countryside on a thrilling ATV quad safari tour. Drive your ATV through 4 completely distinct terrains as you explore the natural beauties of the Konavle region. After pickup from your hotel in Dubrovnik, drive to the Kojan Koral. Once there, receive an introduction to world-renowned off-road four-wheelers — Can-Am (Brp) quads — from your quad safari instructor. Then, set off on your tour in Konavle field and feel your adrenaline rush as you continue over the river Ljuta. Pass through wetlands and the plains of the Konavle field to enter the picturesque village of Čilipi. Make a stop here and visit the Konavle Country House and the church, if you wish. Later, continue your Konavle tour through geomorphological rocks and a hydrographic reserve. On your way back, enjoy some local red or white wine with some fresh fruit snacks. The tour concludes with drop-off back at your hotel.

Dubrovnik: Early Bird Walking Tour

2. Dubrovnik: Early Bird Walking Tour

The tour begins at the first light of the sun as you walk through a maze of narrow streets while the town is still sleeping. Departing from the main entrance gate next to Amerling Fountain, the first stop is for the magnificent view at Fort Lovrijenac where you’ll get an introduction to its rich history. The walk continues over the shiny main street Stradun that you can only see empty this early in the morning. Get a real feel for its beauty and hear about the many legends and curiosities to get a more picturesque presentation of the city’s history. Using side streets known mainly by the locals, the tour covers all the highlights of the city including St Blaise's Church and Dubrovnik Cathedral. Take the opportunity to experience the life of the citizens living in the Old Town before the tour finishes, just as the crowds start to emerge.

From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Tour with Cruise in Kotor Bay

3. From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Tour with Cruise in Kotor Bay

Start your tour with complimentary early-morning pickup from your hotel or nearest possible location to your accommodation in Dubrovnik. Once everyone has been picked up, drive by coach to the Croatian/Montenegrin border crossing. After border control is done, enjoy a coffee break, at your own expense, before heading to the port, where you will embark on a boat to start your adventure. Your first stop is the charming town Perast. Here, enjoy some free time for a walk in the quaint beautiful streets with baroque palaces Then the boat will first take you to the artificial island of Our Lady of the Rocks to visit the beautiful monument in the heart of the bay. From there, proceed to the old town of Kotor, the most important Venetian port built on this side of the Adriatic coast with impressive 4.5-kilometer-long city walls, that have been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979. Kotor is located on the only natural fjord of its kind in the world and visiting this town is about more than beautiful views, it’s also about experiencing the cultural heritage of Boka Kotorska Bay. When you arrive, you will have around 2.5 hours of free time to see the most important monuments in the old town like St.Triphun Cathedral and Maritime Museum. Also, you will have time for lunch and if you like, to visit the walls and buy some authentic souvenirs. Return back to Dubrovnik from Kotor by air-conditioned bus. You will be dropped off from where you were picked up in the morning.

From Dubrovnik: Mostar and Medjugorje Full-Day Tour

4. From Dubrovnik: Mostar and Medjugorje Full-Day Tour

Leave bustling Dubrovnik behind to visit the iconic towns of Pocitelj, Medjugorje, and Mostar on a bus tour. Walk through Mostar's charming cobblestone alleyways with a local guide, learning about its rich history. Discover the other towns at your own pace, taking in the sights as you please. First, head from Dubrovnik to the town of Neum, where you can shake your legs with a shopping break or for a morning coffee. Then, continue through the picturesque delta of the River Neretva to the small town of Pocitelj. In Pocitelj, enjoy free time to discover this charming town at your own pace. Pocitelj is a beautiful cultural and historical site featuring structures from the 15th century. Then, continue to Medjugorje and enjoy more time for sightseeing. A spiritual and religious site, this town is one of the most famous pilgrim destinations in the Catholic world. Since the apparition of Our Lady of Peace in 1981, it has been visited by pilgrims and tourists from all over the world. Then carry on to Mostar for a guided walking tour of this picturesque town. Through the centuries, Mostar became the meeting point of various cultures and religions. During your tour, see the imprints left behind by its varied and rich history. Besides the Old Bridge — the symbol of the town — visit the Mosque of Mostar, a Turkish house, and more. In the afternoon, sit back and relax on your bus journey back to Dubrovnik.

Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split or Trogir

5. Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split or Trogir

Explore the walled Old Town of Dubrovnik and learn about the maritime Republic of Ragusa on a guided tour of the monuments of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire Renaissance and Baroque architecture within the 2-kilometer long defensive walls and stroll down the central Stradun. See one of the oldest pharmacies in the world at the Franciscan Church and Monastery and 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. Take in the magnificent views of Dubrovnik and the archipelago, or stroll around the Old Town at leisure. 

Montenegro: Kotor Bay Tour with Boat Ride from Dubrovnik

6. Montenegro: Kotor Bay Tour with Boat Ride from Dubrovnik

Visit Kotor bay in Montenegro, one of the most scenic and picturesque places on the Adriatic Sea. It is also the biggest bay on the Adriatic, because of its strategic importance in this turbulent region, it has been under rule by different nations. Each of them left a mark that can be seen today through a beautiful blend of architectural influences. Romans, Turks, Venetians, Austrians - each nation left a mark on this region and its cities. After your departure from Dubrovnik and a scenic drive through Konavle valley, enter Montenegro where you make a short stop at Verige to take photos of the beautiful landscape just before entering Kotor bay. Continue your drive along the coast through Risan and Perast, to reach Kotor. Often called the best preserved and prettiest town in Montenegro, this UNESCO-listed fortified city is famous for its city walls, a display of Venetian-inspired architecture, beautiful churches, and rich history of maritime trade and shipping. Whether it was independent, or as a part of the Byzantine empire, Serbian kingdom or the Venetian republic, Perast may be one of the most historically intriguing places in Boka Kotorska. Baroque, renaissance palaces and narrow streets in Perast will take you back to a time when the city’s residents lived in luxury and wealth. In Perast, you have the opportunity to take a boat ride and visit Our Lady of the Rocks island. The legend says that in 1452 two brothers found Mary’s picture on a rock in the sea. This led to a miraculous healing of one of the brothers. Ever since locals have been bringing rocks and sinking ships next to this rock. An island was formed and first a chapel was built, then a church in its place. Some call it the Croatian Sistine chapel because of the artwork that enriches its walls. Itinerary: Departure from Dubrovnik 8:00 AM - Arrival to the border of Montenegro 8:45 AM - Photo/coffee break (approx. 20 minutes) 10:00 AM - Arrival to Kotor, local guided tour, free time (approx. 3 hours) 1:00 PM - Drive from Kotor to Perast 1:30 PM - Arrival in Perast, boat transfer to Our Lady of the Rocks island, free time 3:30 PM - Departure from Perast 6:00 PM - Approximate return to Dubrovnik 

Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split and Trogir

7. Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split and Trogir

Start your tour of Dubrovnik with a guided tour visit to the Stradun Promenade for your first impression of one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful cities and its astonishing stone walls that extend over 1,940 meters (6,500 feet). Admire the monumental fortifications and city gates, wandering the labyrinthine streets behind the ramparts. Almost entirely pedestrianized, the medieval town is a treasure trove of architectural gems. See columned porticoes and loggias fringing Renaissance squares of marble. Marvel at the 11th-century Town Hall, and go to Sponza Palace, notable for its elaborate stone carvings. Take in views of the Baroque Cathedral, and see the magnificent Treasury. Continue to the fortress-like Dominican Monastery and Baroque Church of St Blaise. Visit the Rector’s Palace of the glorious Republic of Dubrovnik, and marvel at its harmonious blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. You will then have 3 hours free for lunch and some shopping. Taste delicious Mediterranean specialties at the taverns of the Old City, ending with a coffee on Stradun, and buy some of the traditional filigree jewelry, or a bronze statuette of St. Blaise to remind you of your day in Dubrovnik, before the return transfer to Split.

Guided Day Trip From Dubrovnik: Bay of Kotor Tour

8. Guided Day Trip From Dubrovnik: Bay of Kotor Tour

The majestic, awe-inspiring beauty of the Bay of Kotor will leave you struggling for superlatives. The Gulf of Kotor cuts deep into towering mountains creating the most dramatic setting for the walled town of Kotor and the string of villages along the edge of the water. The trip from Dubrovnik to Kotor will take you to photogenic medieval towns perched above their reflections in the peacock-blue waters of the bay. The landlocked bay, or simply ‘Boka’, as it’s known among locals, is bordered by scenic, serpentine roads that make it easy to explore. This Montenegro tour will take you to beautiful Perast and the small island of the church of Our Lady of the Rock.

Discover Korcula from Dubrovnik including Winery Visit

9. Discover Korcula from Dubrovnik including Winery Visit

Start your journey to the island of Korčula exploring a small town called Ston, one of the best fortified towns in Europe, town famous for its production of mussels and oysters. After a pleasant journey the peninsula Pelješac will surprise you with its vineyards, breathtaking views on the small bays and islands. Discover narrow streets, the unique St. Mark's Cathedral built in Venetian style, numerous well-preserved palaces and the birthplace of famous traveler Marco Polo. Finish your journey visiting a winery and tasting local wines and brandies.

Međugorje and Apparation Hill Private Tour From Dubrovnik

10. Međugorje and Apparation Hill Private Tour From Dubrovnik

Medjugorje has become one of the most popular pilgrimage sites for Catholics in the world and has turned into Europe’s third most important apparition site, where each year more than 1 million people visit. Whether you’re making a pilgrimage or you are just curious, a visit to Medjugorja is a memorable one. When you arrive to Međugorje this tour takes you to Apparition Hill where in 1981 six children claimed that they had been visited by the Virgin Mary. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes. Afterwards, take some free time here to explore the town of Međugorje and even attend a church service. The messages attributed to Our Lady of Medjugorje have a strong following among Catholics worldwide. In the late afternoon you return back to your hotel. Your host can surprise you with some additional places to visit in Bosnia and Herzegovina or Croatia, you can agree with them on this depending on how much time you have.

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What people are saying about Dubrovnik

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This is a great way to learn about Bosnia and the Muslim culture there. The old city is very beautiful and there are many restaurants in sites to see. The war in 1991 impacted the population however they are trying to Move on and live their life to the fullest today.

Great excursion, very nice and cheerful guide. We really liked Yvana and Nick the local guide. Magnificent landscapes and the stops are interesting. The mouths of Kotor are breathtaking. Very well organized and perfect support. Thank you for a nice day!!

Great day out, exceeded expectations and the tour group was much smaller than was advertised (only 8 people) which was great as we got through borders quickly. Great tour and would highly recommend, Marin was a great host!

Good: Nives, our tour guider was very informative and knowledgeable for the area. Bad: Bear in mind, there will be three border crossings each way, and it took a long time to complete all

Brilliant trip would throughly recommend. Tour guides very knowledgeable. Stunning scenery.