When you come to Croatia, a MUST see is the Pearl of the Adriatic coast which is full of history and culture. It has a history of over one thousand years and is visible in every part of this city. The city is a living museum, a live stage and has an ideal connection between its historical past and modern day. It is surrounded by medieval walls that are 1940 metres long and preserved in their original form. They are open to visitors and are the city’s greatest attraction. Since 1979, the town has been under UNESCO protection.Dubrovnik is mainly a cultural destination, which beside from monuments of interest, offers a series of cultural events and festivals. Dubrovnik is a destination where you can enjoy a rest, and has extremely good air connections with all the larger European centres. Dubrovnik is a city that charms, a city that you fall in love with and always return to and discover more unique experiences.
You will see: -A town full of monuments or museums under UNESCO patronage. -Starting from the 1940 m long walls with bulwarks, the Stradun, Orlando’s pillar, the gothic renaissance palace of Sponza and the celebrated Rector’s Palace as well as the famous church and monastery. -Once a part of the Republic of Dubrovnik, there is also the nearby Pelješac peninsula with the 5.5 km long walls of the stone town of Ston. Built on the remains of a Greek colony, the island of Korčula with streets that have a fish bone pattern is a true urban gem and asides from the traditional knight’s game called “Moreška” and is most famous nowadays for being the birth place of Marko Polo. -In Ston we will try the oysters and mussels, which are considered to be one of the tastiest and finest shell fish in the Adriatic. Besides lamb and veal cooked in embers under an iron bell, this region’s gastronomic chapter consists of eel and frog stew from the Neretva valley. Price includes: -Transfer -Professional Driver -English Speaking guide -Insurance -VAT