Dubrovnik is among the most beautiful medieval cities in the Mediterranean. Let us show you Dubrovnik's best hidden gems!
Our exclusive private tours are ideal for those who wish to learn more about city's rich history and to get an insight into everyday life of Dubrovnik. Our qualified professional guides will be happy to make the most of your visit to Dubrovnik. These tours are ideal for individuals, couples, families and small groups because each unique tour is tailored to your wishes and needs.
If you are planning a trip to Dubrovnik and want to inquire about a private walking tour, this is the form to use. We will be happy to provide you with more details and a quote.
Our Dubrovnik Gems tour shows you all the magnificent sights of our beautiful city. It is an exclusive private walking tour to all the historical, religious and architectural gems of our beautiful Old City. Tour covers all the magnificent buildings and monuments with detailed description of the Dubrovnik’s rich history and it can also include a lookout on major Game of Thrones sites with a short commentary of the scenes filmed on these locations.
If your plan is to walk along the City walls, our guide will be happy to explain you all interesting facts about them during you leisure walk (entrance fee to the City walls is not included in the price of the tour).
This day tour will take our to the picturesque region of Konavle, situated south-east of Dubrovnik, known for its traditional way of living, hand-made embroidery, amazing landscape, rich cultural heritage and delicious food.
First stop will be "Djivanovic watermill" where you will see the mill in operation as well as stamp mill for making rough woollen cloth and the presentaion of traditional processing of wool. Girls in traditional national costumes will offer you homemade liquers, sugared orange and lemon peels (arancini), cheese, prosciutto ham, bread and local wine.
Next you will visit "Crvik" winery, experts wine producers whose family has cultivated grapes in Konavle for hundreds of years. You will visit centuries old wine cellars and vineyards. This is a great opportunity to taste some of the best local wines.
Next stop on this tour will be family "Novakovic" - agro-tourism household in the village of Cilipi. This household produces home made cheese and smoked ham, dry figs, wine, olive oil, herb brandy called travarica and other liquers. All these products can be bought from them. They have a small folk museum and a tavern with a wine cellar and a room with handmade souvenirs.
Following your visit to the household, you will continue your trip toward village of Gruda where Antonia Ruskovic, an academic painter, has kept the tradition of handcrafted silk production. Konavle has for centuries been renowned for the production of silk yarn, where it was used for the decoration of male and female national costumes. Antonia will explain you whole process of silk production, from cocoon boiling, to thread reeling, dyeing, plying, weaving, and embroidering.
Finally, do not miss visiting Cavtat, fascinating small town situated south of Dubrovnik. In this typical Mediterranean place you may visit St Nicholas's Church, the 16th century Rector's Palace and Racic Mausoleum.
This tour can be adjusted to your wishes and needs.
In this picturesque tour you will have the privilege to experience the life in time of Dubrovnik Republic. Our first stop will be made at the old olive oil mill where presentations about its production from 400 years ago and you will have an opportunity to indulge in some beautiful olive oil tastings (there is also possibility of light lunch for a complete experience, please inquire us for more details).
With the scent of olive oil following you, we
will continue to Peljesac peninsula, the most famous southern wine region of
Croatia. You will have a chance of meeting local winemakers with wine and brandy tastings in a local wine cellar - a true treat!
Finally, we will visit Mali Ston and Ston, major gastronomic highlights of Dubrovnik region, producing the best seafood in Croatia. Walk through Ston, an important saltproducing town in Dubrovnik Republic, surrounded by 5.5 km long walls sheltering medieval town center. The trip will be crowned by an incredible experience on the boat, taking a sail in the bay of Mali Ston, where freshly picked oysters will be taken out from the bay and served on the boat with some wine.
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