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TAILOR-MADE TRAVEL | DUBROVNIK

DUBROVNIK

Duration: 3/4 days

Country: Croatia


This exceptional city Lord Byron described as “the Pearl of the Adriatic” and that George Bernard Shaw called “Paradise on Earth” retains its character with Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture seen in palaces, churches, and other beautiful buildings where people live and work. Join us through the marble streets, stone walls and fascinating history and learn about the proud city soul that one can trace everywhere.

Explore the City which became an important Mediterranean Sea power from the 13th century with your private guide and get a better understanding of local tradition and architectural features.  Get unique perspective of the City by viewing it from the nearby cable car and hill top observatory or even sea take a boat below its famous walls. The hinterlands to the south offer green pastures and variety of programs up to your interest.

You can enjoy this very special place in excellent accommodation viewing it from your choice of point of view.

Itinerary


1. day | Arrive Dubrovnik

Arrive in Dubrovnik, gem of the Adriatic. Your A La Carte Travel representative greets you and escorts you to your hotel.

2. day | Dubrovnik

Begin today with a walking tour of Old Harbor, seeing medieval and Renaissance architecture. Stroll along the centuries-old main city promenade of Stradun, visiting the 14th-century Franciscan monastery, whose cloister ranks among the city’s most inspiring sites. At the other end of Stradun, see the church of St. Blaise and the Sponza Palace, as well as the Rector’s Palace.

Meals: B

3. day |  Marco Polo’s Island

Drive along the Peljesac Peninsula, enjoying stunning views and sighting the fortified village of Ston, with its enormous city walls. Take a short ferry ride to the island of Korcula, thought to be the hometown of Marco Polo, the first world traveller. Its long and turbulent history has left profound marks that are visible at first sight. Korcula is famous for Moreska, a ritualized staging of the 15th-century battles between Christians and Moors. Walk along the charming, zigzagging Korcula streets, and visit the treasury of the Abbey, City Museum, Museum of Icons and the Cathedral. Returning to Dubrovnik, stop at Ston and by a boutique producer of Dalmatian white and red wines for a tour and private tasting of wines and olive oil.

Meals: B

4. day | Depart Dubrovnik

Transfer to the airport for your departure flight

Meals: B

 

Tailor Made Elements: A single-destination itinerary suitable for changes, adding meals, visits or combining into a longer journey

Price on request; depends on the selected hotels, number of passengers, services.

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