Explore Croatia’s dazzling city by the sea
Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is one of the prettiest cities in the Mediterranean. On this city explorer, wind through ancient lines, climb atop might fortresses and breathe in the salty ocean air.
- Spend your vacation in the ancient seaport city of Dubrovnik, used as the setting for King’s Landing in “Game of Thrones.”
- On a private walking tour, explore the highlights of Old Town, from the Rector’s Palace to the Franciscan Monastery.
- Take the cable car to the top of Mt. Srd and admire the spectacular views of Dubrovnik and its surrounding islands.
- Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the perimeter of Dubrovnik’s medieval fortified walls, the best preserved in Europe.
- Taste the unique flavors of Croatian cuisine, from hearty peka cooked under coals to octopus salad!
Explore Croatia’s ancient seaport city in five glorious nights! Hugging the Dalmatian Coast, Dubrovnik is a city of scene-stealing beauty that could easily rival Positano in Italy or Monte Carlo in Monaco.
Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dubrovnik’s Old Town is not to be missed. Enjoy a walking tour taking you to the Rector’s Palace and Franciscan Monastery among others, then walk the limestone streets discovering hidden gems at every corner!
Once you’ve trekked up and down Old Town, explore Dubrovnik’s other enticing sites. Spend an afternoon relaxing on a beach, admiring the views from the top of Mt. Srd, or going off the beaten path on the island of Lokrum.
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Welcome to the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik! Upon arrival, you’ll be transferred to your hotel to check in. Spend the rest of the day at leisure in this enchanting city, which served as the setting for King’s Landing in “Game of Thrones.”
Celebrate your first night in Croatia with a traditional Croatian meal. One of the most well-known dishes is peka, or meat and potatoes cooked in a bell-like dome under hot coals.
Transfer to Dubrovnik hotel
Check In – Hotel Petka
DUBROVNIK, CROATIA 3 out of 5 stars
Offering easy access to the beach and just 9 miles away from Cavtat, guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant, the bar, a 24-hour desk, a tour and ticket desk, room service, breakfast, and on-site parking is available for a surcharge.
Rooms are comfortable and feature air conditioning, a desk, a minibar, and private bathrooms including complimentary toiletries and a hair dryer. Guests can easily get to the Dubrovnik Airport, which is just 11 miles from the hotel. Those looking to explore can make it to Herceg-Novi, just 27 miles away, or Neum, which is 30 miles away.
After breakfast, enjoy a private walking tour of Old Town Dubrovnik. With the help of a local guide, you’ll see the historic highlights that make up Old Town, from Rector’s Palace to the Franciscan Monastery.
After your tour, you could walk along the medieval fortified walls (admission included). Spend a couple hours strolling the 1.25-mile long walls as you admire stunning views of the sparkling Adriatic Sea, Old Town, and Lovrijenac Fort.
Private walking tour of Dubrovnik (2-hours)
See the highlights of Old Town Dubrovnik on a morning walking tour! Meet your local guide at Pile Gate in front of Old Town, the natural starting point to any Dubrovnik visit. Begin at Rector’s Palace, built in the 15th century as the home of Dubrovnik’s elected rector, then see Bell Tower Clock and Orlando’s Column, a symbol of the city’s freedom.
Continue to Sponza Palace, a splendid 16th-century palace that was a customs house, a mint, a state treasury, and a bank. You’ll also enjoy views of the Dominican Monastery and the famous Franciscan Monastery with its pharmacy, one of the oldest in the world dating back to 1371.
Today, treat yourself to unforgettable views of Dubrovnik. From the Old Town, take the 4-minute cable car up to Mt Srđ. At the top, you will be treated to spectacular views of Old Town, the sparkling Adriatic sea, and several islands.
Later, consider heading to one of Dubrovnik’s beaches for some rest and relaxation. Banje, Sveti Jakov, and Šulići are all popular beaches in the city from which you can enjoy the splendor of the Dalmatian Coast.
Today, why not return to the city walls and explore Fort Lovrijenac? Game of Thrones fans will recognize this fort as the Red Keep in King’s Landing, the capital of the Seven Kingdoms.
Another popular filming location of the popular HBO series is the Trsteno Arboretum, located 20 minutes outside of Dubrovnik and one of the oldest arboretums in the world. Walk along the garden paths where Olena Tyrell and Varys plotted against Peter Baelish!
Today, consider taking a 10-minute ferry (extra cost) from Dubrovnik’s Old Harbor to the forested island of Lokrum. Explore the beautiful grounds of the botanical garden, then check out the Benedictine monastery. Lokrum is also a great place for swimming!
In the evening, return to Old Town, find a cafe, and celebrate your last night in Dubrovnik with a glass of Croatian wine.
Your Dubrovnik city break ends today. At the appropriate time, transfer to the airport for your flight home.
Transfer to Dubrovnik airport (DBV)