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Elaphiti Islands: Full-Day 3-Island Tour with Lunch

1. Elaphiti Islands: Full-Day 3-Island Tour with Lunch

Go island hopping in Croatia's Elaphite islands in the sunny Adriatic Sea. In this full-day tour rom Dubrovnik, experience the natural wonder of these untouched islands and live true island life, Dalmatian style! This sun-drenched archipelago located north-west of Dubrovnik is largely uninhabited, and consists of eight islets, three of which await you on this full day excursion. Meet Koločep, Šipan and Lopud, bathe in their crystal-clear seas, stroll in the shade of their Mediterranean flora, explore their quaint hamlets, and indulge in the delicious local cuisine. Begin on charming Koločep isle, traversing the meandering path through evergreen pine, Carob trees, citrus gardens, and olive groves that joins its only two settlements. Wander in peace through scattered remnants of ancient buildings with not a car in sight – in fact, there are no cars on Koločep! Next you'll hop over to Šipan, the largest of the Elaphites. Rich in history, the island's settlement dates back to the Roman Empire, and is dotted with venerable stone villas as well as churches of a later age. The island's wealth of natural beauty and central agricultural area bares olives, figs, grapes, and citrus fruits. Lastly, visit the island of Lopud, said to be the most beautiful of the Elephites. Blessed with sunny beaches, it is the perfect place to unwind after a day of island hopping.

Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls: Private tour from Dubrovnik

2. Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls: Private tour from Dubrovnik

Depart Dubrovnik and continue to the crystal-clear waterfalls of Kravice, formed by Trebizat River and now under state protection. Experience the beautiful shades of green and untouched nature around the falls. Follow the path of the Neretva River en route to Mostar. Admire how the river enriches the land and see tangerine and kiwi plantations. Arrive in Mostar, and discover a city of contrasts, rich in culture and divided by the waters of the river. Take a guided city tour and get some free time to explore alone to learn about the mix of eastern and western cultures. Depart for Dubrovnik after free time exploring in Mostar, and be dropped back at the hotel.

Dubrovnik: Self-Guided Audio Tour inside the Walls

3. Dubrovnik: Self-Guided Audio Tour inside the Walls

Journey through the centuries of history on a tour of this breathtaking city where you’ll hear the tales of war, conflict and the political struggles that Dubrovnik has endured, including the last siege during the Homeland War from the early 1990s. Despite all the hardships from the past, the city still stands strong and proud and offers visitors breathtaking views and scenes that will leave a big impression all on their own. This tour, created by a local professional guide, will give you all the historical and cultural explanation behind the fortifications of Dubrovnik, together with many anecdotal stories. Let Marija Milovac take you on an inspiring walk around the walls where you will have the freedom to move at your own pace. Feel free to stop wherever you feel like it, either for a drink or to take some photos. Some of the highlights of the tour include: • The panoramic views of the old city and the clear blue Adriatic sea • The Fort of St Lawrence and the legend about its beginnings • The story of the catastrophic Big Earthquake 1667 • St John Fort and the maritime endeavours of Dubrovnik • Minčeta Tower, the symbol of the city's independence • The siege of Dubrovnik 1991-1992 Hopefully, at the end of the tour, you will have a broader sense of the historical importance of Dubrovnik, you will learn that there's much more behind the beauty of the architecture and the city stone walls than meets the eye. Please note: you'll need to purchase an entry ticket for the city walls to get the most out of this tour. The tour starts at the Pile Gate.

River Tara Rafting in Montenegro: Full-Day from Dubrovnik

4. River Tara Rafting in Montenegro: Full-Day from Dubrovnik

On our full-day excursion to Montenegro we leave Dubrovnik early in the morning and drive to the rafting camp that’s situated on the banks of the River Tara. We’ll have a breakfast of local Montenegrin dishes when we arrive. Breakfast will be followed by a short instructional program in river rafting and then we’ll be transported by jeep to the point where our rafting adventure begins! The River Tara runs through Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and forms the border between the countries in several places. The Tara River Gorge, which is the longest canyon in Europe and second in the world to the Grand Canyon, is 78 kilometers in length and 1,300 meters high at its tallest point. It is part of Durmitor National Park and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Shortly after we begin rafting, we pass through the most attractive part of the canyon. We’ll see waterfalls and wild springs along the way and make stops for photos and swimming. After rafting down 25 kilometers of the River Tara, we’ll arrive at the rafting center, where you’ll have time for a warm shower and lunch. You’ll be treated to local specialties as you enjoy lunch overlooking the river. When we’ve finished lunch we’ll head back to Dubrovnik, arriving in the late afternoon.

From Dubrovnik: Private Full-Day Tour to Montenegro

5. From Dubrovnik: Private Full-Day Tour to Montenegro

Montenegro is a country with a rich history and beautiful nature, located less than 1 hour from the city of Dubrovnik. You will have the opportunity to visit all the important historical and natural sights of the Montenegro coastline. Visit the charming village of Perast and take an optional boat ride to the man-made island, Our Lady of the Rocks. After, join your driver again for a short ride to Kotor. Located on the banks of Kotor Bay, the old town of Kotor is the best preserved urban center from the Middle Ages, typical of the towns that were created in the 12th and 14th centuries. Surrounded by 5-kilometer long ramparts, the town’s medieval architecture and numerous monuments have put Kotor on the UNESCO list of the World Natural and Cultural Heritage Sites. Budva is the main center of the Montenegrin tourism. Many tourists are attracted to its beautiful, sandy beaches but it is also rich in historical monuments. The old town lies on a small peninsula and represents a treasure chest of the cultural heritage.

From Dubrovnik: Čilipi & Konavle Tour with Folklore Show

6. From Dubrovnik: Čilipi & Konavle Tour with Folklore Show

On this 3-hour tour from Dubrovnik you will discover Čilipi – a village with a touch of the past, marked by charming rural landscapes. Folklore has always been an important aspect of traditional culture – it is a combination of all the phenomena in life which are transferred from one generation to the next. On your visit to the village of Čilipi you discover the traditional folk dances held here every Sunday. Experience the richness in culture, folklore traditions, and beautiful national costumes. Take a stroll among the many stands where the locals offer their homemade products, visit the local wine cellar, attend mass in the local church, and finally enjoy the very attractive folk dances. This will certainly be a morning you will remember!

Dubrovnik: Historical Panoramic Water Tour

7. Dubrovnik: Historical Panoramic Water Tour

Become acquainted with the city of Dubrovnik on a unique and entertaining sailboat tour aboard the Galleon Tirena. Listen to your captain and guide as you learn about Dubrovnik's history whilst seeing historical landmarks like the Old Port, St. Lawrence Fort, the island of Lokrum, and much more. Start your journey by boarding the Galleon Tirena and sailing out from the historic Old Port. Tour around the spectacular City Walls and enjoy the astonishing panoramic views of Dubrovnik. Hear interesting tales of the city’s rich history and customs. Continue on your voyage to the majestic St. Lawrence Fort where you will turn seawards and sail to the island of Lokrum, a treasure trove of stories. Glide on under the ever-watchful eyes of the city’s patron St. Blaise as you delight in hearing your shipmates play and sing. Sail back to the Old City Port to complete your journey. As you part with your faithful crew, receive a charter that proclaims you as an honorary member of the Tirena crew.

Dubrovnik: Love Stories Museum Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket

8. Dubrovnik: Love Stories Museum Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket

Visit the Love Stories Museum in Dubrovnik and discover unique personal love stories and items of great sentimental value donated from all around the world. Benefit from skip-the-line entry by pre-booking your ticket. Once inside, explore all the museum’s exhibitions, included with your ticket. Learn local historical and mythical love stories, and enjoy real-world love stories collected from across the globe. Experience the drama and romance of legendary films and TV shows filmed in Dubrovnik, like Game of Thrones, Star Wars, and Robin Hood. Find out about the people who inspired some of the most famous love songs of all time. Visit the selfie corner, kids’ room, and the selfie room “From Dubrovnik with Love.” Before leaving, sign the “Love Wall” with your significant other and leave your own story in the museum.

From Dubrovnik: Sea Voyage & Lopud Treasure Hunt with Lunch

9. From Dubrovnik: Sea Voyage & Lopud Treasure Hunt with Lunch

Come aboard a historic Dubrovnik ship and join an exciting treasure hunt - a geocaching adventure to Lopud island. The most attractive of all Elaphite islands, Lopud is a paradise on earth, only a short cruise away from Dubrovnik. Admire the amazing views of Dubrovnik's Old City walls as you sail to Lopud through the charming Dubrovnik archipelago. Choose among a fish, meat, or vegetarian option and enjoy a delicious Dalmatian lunch with a drink included onboard, before arriving at Lopud. An English-speaking instructor will provide instructions for the treasure hunt, along with a map to guide you through this adventure. Embark on a smartphone-based treasure hunt to discover the island’s hidden treasures while discovering the Lopud’s finest attractions and locals’ favorite landmarks. Admire the beauty of the churches and monasteries, explore beautiful nature, take a swim on one of the sandy beaches or hike to discover true island treasures! Follow the clues to get to each location and collect coins as you go along. At the end of the adventure, on your way back to Dubrovnik, trade them on Galleon to receive a special award! Or skip the treasure hunt altogether, and explore the island on your own.

Dubrovnik: Veteran-Guided War of Independence History Tour

10. Dubrovnik: Veteran-Guided War of Independence History Tour

In October 1991, Robert was a 19-year-old front-line soldier when the city was attacked by the Yugoslav People's Army, along with Serbian and Montenegrin paramilitaries who turned the region into a war zone for the next 9 month. Without any own army units on site, the people of Dubrovnik had to defend their city themselves against an overpowering aggressor. Back then, nineteen-year-old Robert experienced the attack as a front-line soldier. Today, three decades later, he takes you on an experience to tell you about the war from the perspective of an eyewitness. The tour includes a visit to Mount Srd which marked the last line of defence in 1992 but today it's Dubrovnik's most popular and scenic panorama spot offering impressive views. You'll also visit the Homeland War Museum, where you'll the see your tour guide on various pictures from that time. Even if this war happened more than 30 years ago, with what is currently happening in Europe and other parts of the world, this tour is more relevant today than ever.

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What people are saying about Dubrovnik

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 1,836 reviews

My husband and I visited this charming little museum on our first afternoon in Dubrovnik. It is a really lovely and beautiful place with so many stories from Croatia and around the world. A very unique museum which put a smile on your face. And we would walk straight in with no queue. Would recommend 100%

Excellent day. A transfer is planned near your place of accommodation to the port of embarkation and drops you off in the evening. The cruise is very pleasant. Very pretty islands. Good organisation.

Great trip picked up from hotel on time excellent boat couldn't find fault well worth the money highly recommended.

We had a wonderful time - the best day of our week long holiday by far.

Great, but lasts more like 7:30. The meal is good.