The medieval Republic of Ragusa, now Dubrovnik, once rivaled Venice in maritime might. Its famous walls, medieval monasteries, and large cathedral are among the sights included on a tour of this fairytale city.
Too short a time in port, and with 40 people on the tour no time to do anything in depth. Much time spent at the granary museum and the maritime museum when there are much more beautiful and interesting things to do in the town.
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Interesting tour of the old town and the guide was good not great. Went for lunch at a mill in the country. Absolutely the best vegetable soup I have every had. The grilled trout was delicious. Tour of Cavtat was also very beautiful.
Very informative and fun but a heads up would have been nice as 95% of the walking was climbing endless steep streets & narrow stairwells. The lack of shaded stops left our guide having to encourage people not to give up
This tour is truly personal and for 4 people! John, owner was great and we were able to see things you miss in a tour bus or van being you are in an open golf cart style vehicle! Loved it and the history John relayed as we drove and later did a walking tour of the old city!
City was stunning but the guide was miserable ( said if people wanted to use the bathroom he would leave them behind!). Best time was free time when the guided tour had finished. We will go back & explore at our own pace
What should have been a small group tour of about 6-8 people, turned out to be a private tour for just the 2 of us.
We covered far more scenic portions of Dubrovnik and the surrounding area than we expected. Our guide (a life long local) give us a touching history of an area torn by war in the very resent past. He gave us a lasting picture of his town and the Croatia beyond it.
Outstanding tour. The open vehicle was electric, resembles a golf cart and will hold 6 passengers. It was very comfortable and because the sides were open we were able to take great pictures. We had a wonderful tour all over the town and mountains.
This was lovely. Dubrovnik is a stunning city, and I definitely hope to go back. Possibly one of the few places on the cruise that I could commit to going to for a week. I would love to have seen this beautiful city after dark too. I recommend the walk around the top of the city wall if you are fit enough. The views are breathtaking
Great scenic tour of Dubrovnik and visit to Cavtat. Guide very passionate and gave a very personal insight into the history and culture of the areas. Old Town, again, very interesting. Beach swim welcome after another very hot day.
Again, no provision for the disabled or those with mobility issues. On the bus at 8:45AM and into Dub at 9am, but allowed just 4 hours to see this historic city. Last shuttle bus at 1:15pm. Cost £40 for a 90minute tour of 4 adjacent buildings and the rest of the time free. Just enough time to visit a couple of tourist shops and have a beer.
Visits to two great cities were cut impossibly short so that we could spend 36hours cruising the Adriatic at a snail’s pace between Athens and Dubrovnik.
A rather arrogant tour leader who left a disabled couple at the entrance to a museum meaning they lost the group. They were furious when we exited the museum and complained. She defended herself and blamed them initially.Later in the tour she clearly had a rethink and decided to make amends and took them on a private tour of the museum after the tour had ended,
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