The best way to be introduced to Dubrovnik, walking through the Old City of Dubrovnik
best-preserved medieval fortified city in the world with a local, born in the
very heart of it. Get introduced to the major city sights, evoke the glorious
past times of the Republic of Dubrovnik and, at the same time, experience the
real heartbeat of less than 1000 locals that still live within the City Walls.
the most important sights of the Old City of Dubrovnik, a medieval heart surrounded
by a stone ring of walls, more than one mile long. Dubrovnik Old City is
considered the best-preserved medieval fortified city in the world, and it was
enlisted on the UNESCO’s list of the world heritage in 1979. A stroll through
the narrow stone lane network in front of the Rector’s or Sponza Palace,
Cathedral and St. Blaise’s church, or over the main street Stradun will
introduce you to the former neutral and independent city-state and its residents.
Mediterranean place, formerly known for its diplomacy, commerce and
shipbuilding, was a well-organized city. Almost every aspect of the social life
was regulated already in the 14th c. Water supplying and sewage
system were built, health service and garbage disposal service were organized
At the same
time, peek into the hidden corners, in narrow and steep streets bellow the
walls, where you will discover a real life of a small community that still
lives in the UNESCO site in ancient homes, struggling with stairs and crowds,
coping with strict conserving regulations and demands of tourism, balancing
between the history and modern life.
Notice: Visit to one or more of Dubrovnik museums can
be included in the tour: the Cultural-Historical Museum, Maritime Museum,
Ethnographic Museum and Archaeological Museum, Franciscan or Dominican
can be extended for an additional 1,5 hour long walk over the City Walls.
A licensed English speaking tourist guide
Tickets to any museums of attractions on a tour