OVERVIEW: Enjoy a half day walking tour with spectacular views of the Old Town and Dubrovnik Riviera from its 13th century medieval walls.
HIGHLIGHTS: Ascend the stairway at the Pile Gate and walk the 13th century medieval walls from which you'll see the gorgeous Minceta Fortress, St. John`s Fortress, Bokar Fortress, and the Maritime Museum. Upon reaching the Stradun, you can stroll the pedestrian walkway and enjoy approximately 1 hour to explore at your leisure.
NOTES: Guests must be able to walk approximately 1 mile over uneven and cobblestone surfaces with approximately 1080+ steps.
“Those who seek paradise on earth”, George Bernard Shaw once wrote, “should come to Dubrovnik”. Today, he might add that Dubrovnik is the place for all those who wish to renew themselves and their faith in human nature. Enjoy spectacular views of the Old Town and Dubrovnik Riviera from its 13th century medieval walls.
-City Walls of Dubrovnik: Walk the impressive walls, designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO
-Stradun: Stroll the main pedestrian walkway of the Old Town
-Free time: Enjoy approximately 1 hour for independent exploration
Begin your half day journey from the pier on foot, and follow your guide to the Pile Gate for your special exploration. Enter the city Stari Grad, the old city of Dubrovnik, whose medieval walls have been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Completed in the 13th century, the walls and ramparts are still intact and encircle the old city’s circumference by over a mile and a half.
Ascend the stairway at Pile Gate to reach the top of the wall and begin the walk along its perimeter with your guide. You'll see the gorgeous Minceta Fortress, St. John`s Fortress, Bokar Fortress, and the Maritime Museum. Upon reaching the Stradun, you'll discover the center of the Old Town where you'll have the opportunity for independent exploration before joining the coach for the return transfer to the ship.
What to Bring:
-You should always take your SeaPass card (provided onboard the ship) and photo identification when in port.
-Local currency for shopping (most stores also accept credit cards).
-Sun protection including sunglasses.
What to Wear:
-Strongly recommend wearing light clothing and comfortable walking shoes.
-Guests must be able to walk approximately 1 mile over uneven and cobblestone surfaces with approximately 1080+ steps.
-Guests who wish to visit the Maritime Museum while on the tour will need to pay the entrance fee which is approximately 5 Euros.