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Day Tours in Dubrovnik
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Discover and explore the towns of Kotor and Budva and enjoy a ferry ride along the Bay of Kotor.
Tours around Dubrovnik
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The walled city of Dubrovnik, Croatia is a tremendously historic site that has earned its well-deserved listing as a UNESCO World Heritage site, featuring well-preserved Gothic and Baroque churches and medieval buildings. The city is said to have been founded in the 8th century, and the current city stands from its reconstruction in the 14th century; today it is one of the top ten best-preserved medieval walled cities all over the world. Explore this famous Mediterranean destination and its surrounding islands with our exciting tours and activities that will take you around by land, or have you exploring on the waters.
Fans of HBO's Game of Thrones can visit film locations of the hit TV series while your guide takes you deep into the history of each place. You’ll get to visit parts of Dubrovnik that were used as shooting locations for the series, such as the Fortress of St. Lawrence, or Fort Lovrijenac, which was used to represent King’s Landing. Proceed to Lukrom and see the place that served as the stand-in for the city of Qarth. See Trsteno on a different tour, where you’ll get to approach the Trsteno Arboretum, where the gardens of King’s Landing were filmed, as well as the mansion of Lady Olenna Tyrell.
Exit the city limits and proceed on a Montenegro Tour, where you’ll get to visit the towns of Kotor and Budva. Start at the Bay of Kotor, a spectacular Mediterranean scene, with high mountains and lowland towns forming a beautiful backdrop. Pass through Risan, where the Illyrian queen Teuta once had her seat, going through Perast, and finally enter Kotor, where the magnificent Romanesque Cathedral of St. Triphun dominates the view. This UNESCO World Heritage has been destroyed and rebuilt some times since its initial consecration in 1166, but its majesty remains.