On Dubrovnik war tour you will hear a personal testimony of your guide who has lived in the city during the eight-month long siege of Dubrovnik, without electricity, water, food or medical supplies, under constant artillery fire of the former Yugoslav Army.
Of The Women
In centuries-old existence of the Dubrovnik Republic, women were just possessions of their families and it is hard to find traces of their existence today. That is why we have dedicated this Dubrovnik guided tour to them, so their stories get to be told after all.
Contrary to popular belief, Dubrovnik cuisine is not just seafood. Here you’ll find great meat dishes such as lamb, goat or beef stews, plenty of seasonal vegetables. Add poultry, cured meat, excellent sheep and cow cheeses, and suddenly it becomes clear how much the Dubrovnik cuisine is diverse and complex.
Stroll the best-preserved medieval fortified city in the world with a local guide, 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.
Game of Thrones
For seven seasons, Dubrovnik provided the backdrop for some of the best-known scenes in the Game of Thrones TV-series. Its unique architecture, well-preserved fortifications and beautiful historic buildings embodied the King’s Landing and some other places. You will be stunned discovering the similarities between a real city history and the world of fantasy.
This Dubrovnik food tour takes you to the Kopun restaurant in Dubrovnik. As the name says (kopun means castrated rooster), the restaurant is famous for a dish made of “kopun”, prepared according to the recipe from the 16th century.
Trips from Dubrovnik
The Konavle region is the most southern part of Croatia. The fertile field, a granary of Dubrovnik in the past. Squeezed between the Adriatic Sea, Montenegrin and Bosnian mountains, it is a unique place where the famous past and rich heritage are still alive. Discover Konavle history, gastronomy and enology culture.
Pelješac peninsula is the second largest peninsula in Croatia, known for excellent red wines, old-fashioned salt production and the best oysters on the Adriatic. Arrange your own Pelješac trip from Dubrovnik. Choose places and attractions that interest you, and your guide will tailor the excursion according to your preferences.
THE SEPHARDIC LEGACY
Explore the Sephardic Heritage in Dubrovnik, Split, Mostar, and Sarajevo. This is a 5-day long private, custom-tailored round tour which starts in Dubrovnik. Each day you’ll visit the sites where Sephardic Jews live for centuries. You’ll get a chance to learn more about the cities you visit from the local expert guides.
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