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Dubrovnik Old Town Walking Tour

Highlights
  • 1.5-hour guided walking tour through Dubrovnik
  • Soak up the atmosphere of ancient Dubrovnik, as you explore the narrow streets of the old town
  • Visit the Cathedral of the Assumption and Onofrio's Fountain
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Dubrovnik Old Town Walking Tour
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Departs at 10:15amMost Popular
Walking tour in English, departs at 10:15am
US$20.60
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Walking tour in English, departs at 2:30pm
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Overview
First timers, even third timers, should not miss this info-packed walking tour of Dubrovnik. Stroll the limestone-covered streets of Old Town, or Stari Grad, with a knowledgeable guide learning the secrets behind the palaces and plazas, cloisters and cathedrals. Start the tour in the morning, the best time of day to walk the streets of the city. Go from the clock tower to the Assumption Cathedral, traversing the entire Old Town while learning about the history of the place.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in the morning and be prepared to get dazzled with impressive historical anecdotes and facts of Dubrovnik’s history. Begin at Pile Gate, one of three ways into the Stari Grad, or Old Town, and then stop at Onofrio’s Fountain, a multi-faucet drinking fountain connected to a 7.5-mile (12-kilometer)-long aqueduct that has, for centuries, carried drinking water into the city.  Then walk a few seconds more and you’ll be at the Franciscan Monastery, home to one of the oldest still-functioning pharmacies in Europe. Wander around the 14th-century Gothic cloister and take in some of the art. 

Stroll down the Stradun, the limestone-covered main pedestrian street of Dubrovnik and stop at the Renaissance-era palace, which houses the state archives. Right around you, you’ll see Orlando’s Column, the clock tower, which curiously shows the time in Arabic and Latin numerals and only changes every five minutes, the Rector’s Palace and the Church of St. Blaise, the patron saint of Dubrovnik. Across the square, walk a few minutes and visit the Cathedral of the Assumption, a beautiful Baroque sanctuary
Reviews (107)
1 - 5 of 9 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Interesting and well doing to get a better insight into the city

The young lady that took us on the tour was so passionate about Dubrovnik and gave us lots of interesting information as well as tips as to where to eat and buy items. The tour lasted approximately 1.5 hours but did not include any of...More

1  Thank Denise S
Reviewed 8 September 2018 via mobile
This was great!

This walking tour was great! Nicholas was our guide. He was knowledgeable, personable and accommodating. We learned so much and that made the rest of our day there even better, knowing what we were looking at, where to go and what to see. We very...More

Thank stacitaraleary
EliteTravelCroatia, Manager at Elite Travel - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank you for taking time to write this lovely review.

Reviewed 29 June 2018 via mobile
Good tour

Ended up getting a private tour and it was good, lots of history and good overview of the town. Tour is about an hour long and doesn’t include city walls- worth doing those early before the tour or later in the evening when it’s not...More

1  Thank jwm5010
EliteTravelCroatia, Manager at Elite Travel - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 July 2018

Thank you for your lovely comments!

Reviewed 29 June 2018
Very interesting walk of Old Town Dubrovnik

We had Lydia for our guide today and the walk was very interesting. Her her knowledge and pride for the City made the walk come alive to me. She wouldn't always say a lot, but if you asked an open ended question, you would loads...More

Thank Vivek S
EliteTravelCroatia, Manager at Elite Travel - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 29 June 2018

Thank you for your lovely comments!

Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile
Don’t be late!

We were 15 minutes late to the 10:15 am tour- I emailed the company to let them know we were on our way and tried to call but couldn’t get through. At 10:30 am we searched for the group but had no luck. We received...More

Thank DebMontero
EliteTravelCroatia, Manager at Elite Travel - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 28 June 2018

Hi, our walking tour at 10:15 is a shared tour and our policy is to wait for the guests for 5 minutes (till 10:20).

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Alicia E
14 August 2018|
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Response from BettyS1116 | Reviewed this property |
They are very accommodating, just let them know what works best for you. And of course tip them,as they really go above and beyond.
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Lilya N
12 July 2018|
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We didn't travel to Cavtat so I don't know how long it takes etc. If you are stuck for time we did the wall walk and then took the trip to Locrum island which is about 15 on the ferry it is really lovely island too you can... More
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