Sunday, 05 February 2017 16:46

Mostar from Dubrovnik

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In the true sense of the word it is the city where western and eastern civilization collide. This is a city of poetry, a city of stone and sleepy, narrow winding streets. It is a city where the traveller from the North feels the first dashes of Mediterranean air imbued with scents of citrus and sea, and the traveller from the South reaches the first glimpses of the continent beyond. The town is exceptional for its dwellings and monuments assembled harmoniously over the centuries thanks to favourable geographical conditions and a sound economic climate. Experience sights such as the Old Bazaar, the Turkish House and one of the many old Mosques. After the guided tour of the town enjoy some free time for strolling around and browsing among the many old craft shops or maybe have lunch in one of the picturesque local restaurants.
Important: Passport / EU - ID required
55,00 €

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Sunday, 05 February 2017 16:44

Montenegro from Dubrovnik

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Montenegro is one of the last undiscovered secrets,the country whose vast natural and spiritual assets refuse to fit into any commercial pattern. Exotic landscapes are not always distant and unapproachable. Located less then an hour drive from Dubrovnik, Montenegro offers an unforgettable experience; exceptional natural beauty in combination with a rich history and culture. This is a land where the mountains descend almost directly into the sea creating a surreal atmosphere. Enjoy the drive around the Kotor Bay with it's numerous small settlements; stop in Medieval Kotor to soak in the typical Mediterranean lifestyle; continue high up into the mountains on your way to Budva, the ancient town which is today a lively tourist resort. All this and much more is Montenegro and this is why YOU should visit Montenegro!
52,00 €

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Sunday, 05 February 2017 16:43

Korcula from Dubrovnik

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The fabulous architecture and a rich history make the Old Town of Korčula a definite highlight of Croatia’s sixth largest island, Korčula.
At first sight, the curvy alleys and stone walls, the glistening palaces and quirky churches might strike one as a replica of Dubrovnik, but it’s actually the fine stone masons of Korčula who saved their best work for their home town. After exploring the birthplace the great traveler Marco Polo with a knowledgeable guide, enjoy time on your own swimming, shopping or simply discovering the wavering alleys. On your drive back, toast to your lovely day with a glass of the region's signature red Plavac Mali at one of the wine cellars in Pelješac peninsula.
54,00 €

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City of Dubrovnik from a different angle. Depart from Pile Square on foot towards the Cable Car Station situated just above the Old Town of Dubrovnik. Enjoy the spectacular bird’s – eye view of the entire city and its surroundings. It’s a view you will certainly never forget. Upon returning back down your tour guide will lead you on foot to the Old Town of Dubrovnik for the walking tour. The walking tour will reveal the finest sites situated in the narrow streets of the Old Town, as well as it’s history and culture.
39,00 €

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Sunday, 05 February 2017 16:31

Ancient Montenegro from Dubrovnik

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Nowhere else can you find, in such a small area, so much natural beauty interlaced with such a rich historical and cultural heritage like in Montenegro. Mild beaches, clear waters and gorgeous mountains that plunge into the sea will greet you upon your arrival to the Gulf of Kotor. Encircled in the mountains, the innermost bays of the Gulf, Risan and Kotor, are the earliest inhabited areas with evidences of civilization dating from Illyrian, Roman and early Christian periods. In our quest for traces and memories of past times, we will be visiting the baroque shore town of Perast. Short boat ride from town will take us to one of the two islets in the Bay to visit the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks which houses one of the finest collections of wall paintings in this part of Europe. In the UNESCO-protected town of Kotor enjoy a guided tour through one of the best preserved medieval walled cities on the Adriatic. And finally, take the opportunity to make your own memories during your free time in Kotor!
52,00 €

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Sunday, 05 February 2017 16:28

Cilipi from Dubrovnik

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On a Sunday morning in the idyllic village of Čilipi, experience rural traditions and folklore dances coupled with an open-air craft market
Folklore, traditions and rural living are the hallmarks of Konavle valley, the home to a group of villages set some 40 minutes from Dubrovnik. Accompanied by your tour guide, explore this corner of Dubrovnik countryside, and learn of its wonderful costumes, signature embroidery and the longstanding tradition of silk-making. Warm up with a welcome drink and a taste of regional snacks, than wander around the craft market and meet people who still live an old-school lifestyle. Later, attend the holy mass with local people, and enjoy an hour-long performance of local folklore dances.
33,00 €

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Sunday, 05 February 2017 15:08

Taste of Dalmatia from Dubrovnik

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This excursion really gives you the chance to TASTE Dalmatia. 
You will start with a pleasant bus ride along the Adriatic coastline and the first stop will be made in the small village of Orašac where we take part in the production of olive oil the old-fashioned way, where the “mill“ is driven by a horse. Here you will also have the opportunity to taste some home made cheese, smoked ham and wine. All this in an old-fashioned house which has not changed much through the ages. We continue towards the small town of Ston which is the “oysters capital” of Croatia. This little town is often called a small size copy of Dubrovnik. The magnificent walls surrounding the town are 5 km long and the construction started in 1317 and was finished only in the 16th century. It is one of the longest defensive walls in the world. The ancient salt pans that were in use during the Dubrovnik Republic are also interesting. Salt is still produced here. After visiting Ston, enjoy a walk along the seaside in the town of Mali Ston with a magnificent view over the oyster and mussel farms, and taste the famous seafood served on a platter in one of the local restaurants. You will certainly be delighted with this journey through time!
46,00 €

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