Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik Walking Tour with Boat Cruise

Duration: 6 hours
Overview: Dubrovnik is one of Europe's most beautiful coastal settlements, located at the tip of the Croatian South Coast.It is the crown jewel of Croatia. See the historical parts of the city, and learn about its turbulent history from your private guide. Visit the Dominican Monastery and Museum in the centre of the Old Town. Enjoy a boat cruise to Cavtat from the old city harbor and sailing towards the Island of Lokrum. Your cruise includes the town of Cavtat where you may wish to visit the Bogisic family collection of the Franciscan Monastery. Return to Dubrovnik.

Best of Dubrovnik Walking Tour with Cable Car

Duration: 4 hours
Overview: Dubrovnik is one of Europe's most beautiful coastal settlements and is the crown jewel of Croatia. It is located at the tip of the Croatian South Coast. Walk around the historical parts of the city, and learn about its turbulent history from your own private guide. Also visit the Dominican Monastery and Museum in the heart of the Old Town. Enjoy a most spectacular cable car ride to Mountain Srd for stunning views of the walled town below and a panorama of the whole coast.

A Taste of Dalmatia Tour - Countryside Delights and Folklore

Duration: 3 hours
Overview: Whilst visiting Dubrovnik you must make the time to appreciate the local cuisine served in a traditional country restaurant. The countryside has many "hidden" restaurants that are kept a secret by the locals. Discover true Dalmatian cuisine, prepared in the same time-honored manner for generations at these restaurants and taverns. Surprise your senses with traditional homemade cooking!

Elaphite Islands Tour

Duration: 8 hours
Overview: The geographical position of the Elaphite Islands offers the perfect opportunity to island hop. These untouched islands are a wonder of nature and provide an experience of true island life, Dalmatian style. Situated to the north-west of Dubrovnik this group of islands is made up of eight islands, the majority of which are uninhabited. With this full day excursion you will visit three of them - KoloCep, Sipan and Lopud. Take a dip in the crystal clear sea, stroll in the shade of Mediterranean vegetation, explore quaint hamlets or simply indulge your taste buds with local cuisine.

Konavle Village and Water Mill

Duration: 5 hours
Overview: Discover this hidden but not lost jewel of the region of Dubrovnik. Visit the beautiful village of Konavle and its Provencal surroundings. On the way, marvel at the mountain springs and secluded hamlets where you can sample homemade cheese, cream or grapes. Visit the Mijo Sisa Galery, a 400 year old water mill and enjoy a welcome drink and snack of Dalmatian smoked ham and cheese, accompanied by delicious local red and white wines - the perfect way to end this wonderful excursion!

Medugorje and Mostar Tour

Duration: 11 hours
Overview: Without doubt one of the most well-known destinations, especially in the religious world, is the Bosnia and Herzegovina's town of Medjugorje. Pilgrims come here from all over the world to find spiritual peace of mind. This small town is located in the mountains between Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Dubrovnik (Croatia). Before 1981 Medjugorje, although beautiful, was just a small mountain village until a group of children reported seeing visions of the Virgin Mary on a nearby hillside. Since then, the village has grown into a pilgrimage town.

Also visit Mostar - the city of contrasts, culture and excellent cuisine. The city, coined as the "melting pot of cultures", is divided not only by the Neretva River but also by religion and cuture that differ from one river bank to the other.

Tour to Montenegro

Duration: 11 hours
Overview: Visit nearby Montenegro, the hidden pearl of the Mediterranean. With a population of a little under 700,000, this tiny Mediterranean country is a rare jewel, a secret kept by those who have visited. Emerged in tradition, history and culture, the country has remained untouched for centuries. With medieval walled cities such as Kotor and Budva, dating from the 14th century, and to the new resorts catering for thrill seekers, Montenegro has it all. A country of contrasts, the new and the old, the mountains and the sea, the sun and the snow, it is just a little more than a stone's throw from Dubrovnik (one hour's drive).

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