Dubrovnik Holidays

Coach Holidays to Dubrovnik

With its imposing, ancient city walls, Dubrovnik is the most popular destination for holidaymakers travelling to Croatia. Made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979, this charming old town, reminds visitors of a time when the 25 metre-high and 6-metre-thick walls acted as a protective barrier for the town’s inhabitants.

If you book your guided coach holiday with us, you will travel either by coach, air or sea to Dubrovnik, before being taken to explore this wonderful town and its attractions. Visit Fort Lovrijenacn, the Franciscan Monastery, the Onophrian Fountain, or take a cable car ride to the top of Mount Srd and enjoy the panoramic views. There’s so much to see and do, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

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Dubrovnik City Tour Highlights

The Old City of Dubrovnik

The Old City

The Old City of Dubrovnik made up of several small southern-style houses is located on the southernmost part of Dalmatia at the Adriatic Sea. The City is the favourite destination of Croatia. The city has always been based on maritime trade, rivalling with Venice for hegemony. Owing to its international connections the city strived in development and gained wealth and strength along the way.

Dubrovnik Ancient City Walls

Ancient City Walls

The City Walls is best tourist attraction and probably the first thing you want to visit in Dubrovnik. These imposing walls enclosing the Old City of Dubrovnik are the city's most famous attraction. The protective barrier ranks among the finest of the world and is over 25 metres tall and about six metres thick. If you have watched the Game of Thrones series you will probably recognise a few spots. This place usually gets crowded during the day, so make sure you go earlier.

Dubrovnik Cable Car

Dubrovnik Cable Car

For the breathtaking and panoramic views over the Old City of Dubrovnik, you can get to the top of Mount Srd with the local cable car.

Stradun, Dubrovnik

Stradun

The longest and widest street of Dubrovnik stems back to the 13th century. The marble-paved boulevard has always been the city's commercial, cultural and spiritual centre.

Fort Lovrijenac, Dubrovnik

Fort Lovrijenac

The great fort that stands alone on the rock and offers panoramic views of ancient City Walls. Also, some Game of Thrones scenes were filmed here as well.

Onofrio Fountain, Dubrovnik

Onofrio Fountain

This fountain was built in 1438 by Italian-born architect Onofrio della Cava. The detail-steeped fountain was a masterpiece of its time, once supplying the main square with water.

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