Transport yourself back in time during a historical Dubrovnik tour! Situated in the Adriatic Sea and enjoying a Mediterranean climate, a Dubrovnik trip represents a holidaymaker’s dream! This hidden gem within Croatia fell off of the tourists’ radar while it suffered under the USSR and during the subsequent war for independence. But now, a Dubrovnik sightseeing tour is fast becoming one of the most popular things to do in Croatia! Taking a stroll along the city’s impressive stone walls from the 1300’s is what to do in Dubrovnik if you want to get your bearings. And, the gothic, 14th-century Rector’s Palace will redefine opulence for you. Also, you might want to check out St. Blaise’s Church, which houses a statue of St. Blaise that survived a disastrous fire. Exploring these famous buildings during a historical walk around the city is what to do in Dubrovnik!
When: 14 Apr - 30 Apr: Tuesday
01 May - 13 Oct : Tuesday & Friday
Length: Approx. 10 hours
When: 01 May - 31 Oct:
English Tour: Monday & Friday
German and French Tour: Monday
Length: 2 Hours
When: 13 Jun - 19 Sep: Saturday
Length: Approx. 8 hours
Dubrovnik enjoys a Mediterranean climate, which means warm summers and mild winters. In autumn, between September and October, temperatures are not as oppressive as the summer months and the sea is still warm enough for a swim. For those reasons, fall represents the best time to visit Dubrovnik. In the summer months of July and August, Dubrovnik sees a lot of cruise ships, which quickly overwhelm the little city with tourists. This results in long queues at the top Dubrovnik attractions. Consequently, prices on just about everything also rise considerably, which means you need to dig a little deeper into your wallet.
There are no metros, trams, or trains in Dubrovnik. However, you can still easily get from one part of the city to another. Here are some popular options:
Dubrovnik is a very safe city. However, it’s always better to be careful in a new place. Below are some safety tips which can come in handy: