The most famous of all Croatian ports, Dubrovnik is known globally for the unique beauty of its fortified Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. Located on the southern Croatian Adriatic Coast, this city never fails to amaze visitors with views of its imposing city walls and forts, monasteries, palaces, and cobbled streets lined with restaurants and cafes. A walk along the city walls is a must, offering views into the belly of the Old Town on one side and the mesmerizing Adriatic Sea, reaching all the way to Italy on the other. Perhaps the most intriguing thing is Dubrovnik’s long history as a city-state; “Libertas” still proudly flaunts in the wind on the Dubrovnik city flag. Do not miss the chance to peek into the oldest working pharmacy in Europe and feel yourself relax taking in the sunset from Buza, a café bar on the outside cliff of the city walls.
Discover rich cultural and natural history of Croatia through its UNESCO World Heritage Sites, some of the most beautiful national parks in Europe, vibrant cities and quaint villages extending from green hills of Zagorje to the blue Adriatic Sea. Optional excursions to Montenegro and Bosnia.Find out more
The Balkan Peninsula still remains a secret to many travelers, yet its myriad of stunning locations; historic towns, mysterious forts and local traditions call for more attention. This tour showcases some of the most beautiful part of the Balkans with highlights of four countries, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Albania.Find out more