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Dubrovnik Discovery Day Trip from Split or Trogir

Highlights
  • Full-day tour to Dubrovnik Old Town from Split or Trogir
  • Admire Dalmatia’s scenic coast on a drive to Dubrovnik
  • Explore UNESCO-listed old Dubrovnik on a walking tour
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Dubrovnik Discovery Day Trip from Split or Trogir
From US$ 76.75
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Dubrovnik Discovery Day Trip from Split or Trogir
From US$ 76.75
Overview
Experience the medieval charms of Dubrovnik on this 12-hour trip from Split or Trogir. Enjoy a scenic drive along Croatia’s Dalmatian coast and stop at several overlooks for amazing panoramic views of the Dalmatian islands. Then, arrive in Dubrovnik for a 1.5-walking tour of its UNESCO-protected, walled Old Town. Admire the limestone-paved Stradun, Franciscan Monastery, Cathedral, and more, before getting ample time to explore, eat, and shop independently.
What to Expect
Depart from your Split hotel or waterfront or meeting point in Trogir, and make the scenic 3-hour journey south along Dalmatia’s rugged coast toward Dubrovnik.

Hear about the region from your guide and stop for photos at several overlooks for amazing panoramic views of the Dalmatian islands.

Continue to Dubrovnik, arriving before noon and taking a 1.5-hour walking tour of the UNESCO-protected Old Town with a local guide. Encircled by 16th-century walls, this pristine medieval quarter features immaculately preserved townhouses, palaces, churches, and limestone-paved streets.

Enter through the Pile Gate, and see the Franciscan Monastery with its splendid cloister. Visit the monastery’s 14th-century Pharmacy, Europe’s oldest working pharmacy, and stroll down the Stradun, the city’s glorious main street.

At the end, admire the porticos and carvings of the Sponza Palace, and visit the Cathedral, a Baroque masterpiece built after Dubrovnik’s 1667 earthquake.

Then, enjoy three to four hours to explore and relax at leisure. Perhaps walk the 1.2-mile (2-kilometer) walls to survey the red rooftops, ride a cable car above the town, go souvenir-shopping, or eat at any of the enticing restaurants.

Finally, reconvene with your vehicle, finishing your trip at the departure point in Split or Trogir.

Itinerary
06:45 / 07:30        Pick-up and departure from Trogir / Split
11:00 – 12:00      Dubrovnik sightseeing tour with a local guide
12:00 – 16:00       Free time in Dubrovnik
20:00 / 20:30        Return to Split / Trogir
*Voucher check in Split: 7:20 am
Possibly the itinerary may be adjusted  due to the  traffic or bad weather conditions.
Reviews (59)
1 - 5 of 21 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great travel agency!

We were a group of 7 with 2 young children(3 and 4yrs), the travel agency was so good and friendly to provide a minibus for us from our accommodation to the main meeting point, couldn't be more grateful with the arrangements! The 3 tours we...More

Thank Jasminlu11
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
It was an amazing bus ride the tour guide did not stop pouring out information.

We were collected fro the Riva at Split for a day tour. It was one of my special days where it reminded me of a history teacher at University that gave everything to his students. You need a tape recorder to play back when you...More

Thank jmanasserian
Reviewed 28 September 2018 via mobile
Lovely city, must visit!

The tour guide and driver were both really lovely. We went from Split so the drive was about 3 hours there with a 30 minute stop in Bosnia for some refreshments and a toilet break. All the way there our tour guide was telling us...More

Thank LaurenW01
Reviewed 24 September 2018
Brilliant day out

Had a great tour with the superb guide Igor and driver Tiho. Really made the trip so interesting and were happy to assist with any questions anyone may have had. Is a long trip from split but we stopped for a coffee and comfort break....More

Thank johnnydeppfan
Reviewed 16 September 2018 via mobile
Dubrovnik from Split

That was one long ride from Split to Dubrovnik, and back! It was a bit disappointed in the short amount of time to tour around the city on my own. It was quite warm, and wish I would’ve brought worn/brought the swim suit and done...More

Thank 382brenday
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goatcheese84
23 August 2018|
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Response from chantal r | Reviewed this property |
I would imagine so. Just obviously you’re paying for a return journey so would have to let the travel guide know not to wait for you. Or guide was very charismatic and knowledgeable so would still recommend. Great price.
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