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Discover the secrets behind these stone white walls and learn of the dreams en woven in them. Join us on our Jewish Dubrovnik Tour and let the Dubrovnik dream become your own. On the end of the tour you will have satisfied your curiosity and feel as...more
We booked a tour with Jewish Dubrovnik specifically requesting a Jewish Bias but also to include the walled City and Cavtat. We were picked up at the Cruise Port by a driver, Zoran, who took us up Srd Hill for a magnificent view over the...More
We arrived off a cruise ship having booked our tour online ourselves. Thus we arrived rather earlier than expected at the meeting point. I rang Vito, who was still at home at the time, and he was not able to leave straight away. However he...More
We very much enjoyed our tour with Vito. He was knowledgeable about general Croatian history and shared his own personal and family history having lived through the civil war, which we very much appreciated and found so interesting. He had a very impressive working knowledge...More
We had only one day in Dubrovnik. we wanted to get a Jewish tour as well as a general tour which we did. Our tour guide however was difficult to understand,and quite dry. Dubrovnik is small and the only Jewish element is the synagogue and...More
I could not recommend Vito enough for this tour.
Before our tour began we were sent information about the tour and how to get to the meeting location in map form as well as a video guide. The tour started at Pile Square near Amercing...More
This is one of those tours that some people will love and others (like me), not so much. I found it to be BRUTALLY boring!! While Dubrovnik is a beautiful place and the panoramic views are worth being seen, this tour left me wanting. Dubrovnik...More
Our group of 6 spent 3 hours with Vito. We walked the walls, starting early when access was available. The remainder of the time was spent visiting Jewish as well as secular sights. Vito was very informative, patient and charming. His own personal familial saga...More