OVERVIEW: The romantic charm and exquisite Adriatic coastal scenery combine to make this half day tour a memorable one.
HIGHLIGHTS: Begin with a pleasant drive along the Župa Dubrovaeka Riviera and through the picturesque villages of the green and fertile Konavle Valley on your way to enjoy a light snack at a well-known restaurant. After, stroll the promenade of the seaside resort of Cavtat before visiting the Old Town of Dubrovnik within its scenic city walls for approximately 1 hour at your leisure.
NOTES: This tour includes moderate activity with approximately 1 mile walking over mostly paved and cobblestone surfaces.The entrance to the restaurant has approximately 15 steps.
“Those who seek paradise on earth”, George Bernard Show 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. The romantic charm, traditional cuisine and exquisite Adriatic coastal scenery combine to make this half day tour a memorable one.
-Konavoski Dvori restaurant: Enjoy a light snack at one of the Adriatic coast’s foremost restaurants
-Cavtat: Visit the picturesque seaside resort
-The Old Town of Dubrovnik: Stroll the Old Town’s main pedestrian street, Stradun, during 1 hour of free time
Begin your journey with a pleasant drive along the ?upa Dubrovacka Riviera and through the picturesque villages of the green and fertile Konavle Valley toward the famous Konavoski Dvori restaurant. The restaurant is one of the most beautiful restaurants on the entire Croatian Adriatic coast and is perfectly situated in an old mill next to the cascading waters of the Ljuta River. Enjoy a light snack of local specialities including smoked ham, cheese, homemade bread, and a glass of local wine.
Following your snack, enjoy a pleasant ride to the seaside resort of Cavtat, formerly the ancient Roman city of Epidaurus. Over the years, Cavtat has been a favorite destination for sailors, yacht enthusiasts and royalty. Edward the Eighth and Wallace Simpson came here during their honeymoon. Stroll along the beautiful seafront promenade or stop for a coffee in one of the many cafes located along the coast before continuing to Dubrovnik.
Upon arrival by bus to Dubrovnik, proceed to Pile Gate, the city's former drawbridge and main entrance leading to the famous pedestrian walkway, the Stradun. Your guide will provide a brief orientation for enjoying approximately 1 hour of free time at your leisure before returning to the ship.
What to Bring:
-You should always take your SeaPass card (provided onboard the ship).
-Original photo identification is required when in Dubrovnik due to port security control.
- Local currency for shopping (most stores accept credit cards)
-Sun protection and sunglasses
What to Wear:
-Strongly recommend wearing light clothing and comfortable walking shoes.
-This tour includes moderate activity with approximately 1 mile walking over mostly paved and cobblestone surfaces. The entrance to Konavoski Dvori restaurant has approximately 15 steps. The town of Cavtat is explored over level terrain which is mostly paved or cobblestoned.
-Shopping is not included during the guided tour. You will have the opportunity for shopping during the free time in both Dubrovnik and Cavtat.
-Camera usage is not allowed inside the museums.
-It is highly recommended to take the walk around the city walls during the free time. Tickets to walk the city walls are not included in the tour cost and cost 10 Euros.