Dubrovnik and its fortified Old Town are among the most visited and photographed destinations in all Europe.
In the middle ages, the city was known as the Republica Ragusa, a powerful maritime state and a big rival of Venice on the Adriatic
Dubrovnik has been a part of the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979. Famous for its wonderful Renaissance and Baroque architecture, red brick roofs and the two kilometers long walls that successfully resisted the attacks of
different enemies through centuries, Dubrovnik is a must-see destination in Croatia.
Explore the Old Town's central street Stradun; the Franciscan Monastery (with one of the oldest pharmacies in the world), the Renaissance Rector's Palace, the town walls, the Lovrjenac Fortress and many picturesque squares and churches.
06:45 Departure from Trogir - tourist bus stop
07:05 Departure from Split - Riva
12:00 - 13:30 Walking tour with a local guide
13:30 - 16:00 Free time for shopping
19:30 Return to Split
20:00 Return to Trogir
SPLIT: Gray Line office in Split. Riva promenade. Address Obala hrvatskog narodnog preporoda 21. You’ll recognize the Gray Line sign and our staff members in t-shirts with the same sign on them. (This is the location showed in the map).
TROGIR: Tourist Bus Terminal. West entrance to the town, right across the street from the Bellevue Hotel and near a large parking lot (the exact coordinates are: latitude 43.518237, longitude 16.247496). There, in front of a small office of Jadrolinija Company, you will see our buses/vans with GrayLine Croatia-Adriatic4you signs and our drivers/staff members with GrayLine CroatiaAdriatic4you orange t-shirts.
Starting Time : Trogir 06:45 / Split 07:05
Duration : 11 Hours Approximately
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