10% Deposit Payment Wine Tasting Tour in Dubrovnik’s Historical Centre

Wine in Croatia is one of the most defining traditional products. Vast majority of it is made on a small scale on family owned estates, following traditional techniques that haven’t changed much in centuries. Because of this small scale production, not much of Croatia wine is exported, which is why Croatian wines still remain largely unfamiliar outside our national borders. Lately, foreign connoisseurs have started realising there is plenty to explore and enjoy in this East Mediterranean country. Croatia is blessed with a great level of diversity among its different regions and this is true for food and wine as well. Dubrovnik’s historical city centre, one of the most popular Croatian destinations, is a perfect place to get to know the local and national wine scene. Accompanied by local, internationally certified sommelier, you will enjoy exploring Dubrovnik’s medieval streets as you visit some of its best wine bars and taste the finest this area has to offer. Let our wine expert guide you through the aromas and nuances of Croatian wine until you’ve found your favourite.       

20% DEPOSIT CG DAY TRIP TO THE ISLAND OF KORCULA

Stunning scenery surrounds you as you drive up through the beautiful Peljesac Peninsula from Dubrovnik - stopping first at the historic, walled town of Ston famous for its salt flats and Oysters, then onwards through the lush vineyards of the Peljesac Peninsula - awesome views of the Dalmatian islands abound as you make your way to old sea faring town of Orebic and across to the Old Town of Korcula. The first stop is in the charming town of Ston at the base of the Peljesac Peninsula. There will be a short stop for coffee and short stroll. From here, the trip continues to Orebic where you move to a boat across to Korcula Island. The crossing is relatively quick – only around half an hour. Once in Korcula Town, there is plenty of time for sightseeing, lunch and shopping – time to explore! Don’t forget the boat connection back to Orebic later on where your driver will be waiting for you to take you back to Dubrovnik!  

20% DEPOSIT CG PRIVATE WALKING TOUR OF DUBROVNIK'S HISTORICAL CENTRE

Explore the wonders of Dubrovnik’s Old City Centre, a UNESCO heritage site and one of the most important living historical monuments in this part of Europe. Your expert guide will take you around this magical medieval town full of legends and give you a glimpse of the incredible history that makes Dubrovnik such a unique city. Enjoy exploring city’s past and discover today’s Dubrovnik through the eyes of a local.    

CG DAY TRIP TO THE ISLAND OF KORCULA

Stunning scenery surrounds you as you drive up through the beautiful Peljesac Peninsula from Dubrovnik - stopping first at the historic, walled town of Ston famous for its salt flats and Oysters, then onwards through the lush vineyards of the Peljesac Peninsula - awesome views of the Dalmatian islands abound as you make your way to old sea faring town of Orebic and across to the Old Town of Korcula. The first stop is in the charming town of Ston at the base of the Peljesac Peninsula. There will be a short stop for coffee and short stroll. From here, the trip continues to Orebic where you move to a boat across to Korcula Island. The crossing is relatively quick – only around half an hour. Once in Korcula Town, there is plenty of time for sightseeing, lunch and shopping – time to explore! Don’t forget the boat connection back to Orebic later on where your driver will be waiting for you to take you back to Dubrovnik!  

CG EXCURSION TO THE OLD TOWN OF MOSTAR

Visit the Beautiful Old Town & its Famous Bridge Take a drive inland to the beautiful and famous old town of Mostar, where East meets West and one of the nicest and most picturesque towns of the old Yugoslavia, stop at the UNESCO pretty old town of Pocitelj. The trip leaves Dubrovnik at around 08:00 - The first stop on the way to Mostar is Neum, the border town of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the sea - here the guests will have around 20 minutes stop for coffee and possibly a quick snack. After Neum the tour takes them to the historical town of Pocitelj where a photo stop will be enjoyed. After that the trip goes onwards to Mostar. On arriving in Mostar, the trip drops you off close to the Old Bridge and Old Town. The trip doesn't include a tour guide in case you would like to do your own exploring. But we can organise a professional local guide to come to Pocitelj and/or Mostar and meet you there to show you around the areas of interest.

CG PRIVATE GAME OF THRONES WALKING TOUR

It is probably the world’s most popular TV series at the moment - an epic tale of a fantasy land where the storm of political intrigue and passion destroys all those unlucky enough to get caught in its path. Indeed, it is hardly a surprise for locals that Dubrovnik is one of its main filming locations. Walking tour of the Old City centre with an emphasis on the filming locations of the HBO’s ultimate crowd pleaser is one of the most popular tours in Dubrovnik. Our local guide will take you around Game of Thrones filming locations within the Old City Centre as well as St. Lawrence Fort just outside of the walled city. Enjoy spectacular views and be transported into the fantasy world of this new classic story of passion, betrayal, and political intrigue.  

CG PRIVATE WALKING TOUR OF DUBROVNIK'S HISTORICAL CENTRE

Explore the wonders of Dubrovnik’s Old City Centre, a UNESCO heritage site and one of the most important living historical monuments in this part of Europe. Your expert guide will take you around this magical medieval town full of legends and give you a glimpse of the incredible history that makes Dubrovnik such a unique city. Enjoy exploring city’s past and discover today’s Dubrovnik through the eyes of a local.    

CG RENAISSANCE GARDENS & THE LONGEST CAVE IN EUROPE

Set off on a trip to some of the nicest natural sites in the Dubrovnik area on this private tour, perfect for the entire family. Visit a renaissance botanical garden and one of the longest caves in Europe as you traverse the Dubrovnik area and cross the border to beautiful neighbouring Bosnia & Herzegovina. Trsteno botanical garden, part of an old summer residence of the Dubrovnik aristocracy, will take you back to a time very different from today, when Dubrovnik merchants and sailors brought plants from all over the known world to plant them in the gardens of the noble families. This garden gained fame recently as one of the filming locations for HBO’s Game of Thrones series. After the garden you will cross the border into Bosnia & Herzegovina (passports mandatory!) where you will visit a true natural wonder – Vjetrenica Cave. This, one of the longest caves in Europe, today draws people who marvel at its beauty and come here to cool off during the summer as the inside temperature is always constant. Before returning, enjoy a lunch of delicacies from Herzegovina in a fantastic nearby restaurant set in an old train station. The scenic ride back to Dubrovnik will make a perfect end to a morning well spent.

Dubrovnik Panoramic Drive

All visitors to Dubrovnik will soon realise our fair city is very hilly. Aside from helping you get in shape, these hills also provide wonderful vistas. Most famous among them is that from Mount Srd, overlooking the city’s historical district. Available as an addition to our walking tours or as a quick stand alone service, take a drive with us around Dubrovnik and enjoy wonderful photo opportunities. Hills around Dubrovnik have historically provided a welcomed protection against the conquering armies or bands of pillagers. Today they represent a wonderful opportunity to get a bird’s eye view of the “Pearl of the Adriatic” and enjoy the city’s ancient walls and terra cotta rooftops from the outside. During the drive the guests are taken to the first stop at the suspension bridge overlooking the port. After that stop, the private transfer heads to the top of mount Srd where one can enjoy the spectacular views from the surrounding areaof Dubrovnik and the nearby island of Lokrum.  

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Dubrovnik Winter Walking Tour

Dubrovnik's Old City Centre is one of Europe's great cultural treasures. It is no surprise it is recognized as UNESCO heritage site since 1979. This unique walled city is still alive and remains almost intact after spending countless centuries as a beacon of light in an extremely turbulent area of Europe.  Our small group walking tour of the Old City is a perfect way to get to know the highlights of Dubrovnik, but also get a more intimate insight into what lies beyond the travel brochures and tourism information pamphlets. Enjoy exploring in the company of excellent local guides with a real passion for Dubrovnik and its history. Meet the people who know more than facts and figures, people who understand the soul of the ancient walled city. 

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Game of Thrones Walking Tour

It is probably the world’s most popular TV series at the moment - an epic tale of a fantasy land where the storm of political intrigue and passion destroys all those unlucky enough to get caught in its path. Indeed, it is hardly a surprise for locals that Dubrovnik is one of its main filming locations. Walking tour of the Old City centre with an emphasis on the filming locations of the HBO’s ultimate crowd pleaser is one of the most popular tours in Dubrovnik. Our local guide will take you around Game of Thrones filming locations within the Old City Centre as well as St. Lawrence Fort just outside of the walled city. Enjoy spectacular views and be transported into the fantasy world of this new classic story of passion, betrayal, and political intrigue.  

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Morning Wine Lover’s Tour of Peljesac Peninsula

Wine has been a part of civilization for thousands of years. In Croatia it is tied to a long tradition of living off the land in this beautiful, but often harsh landscape. Enjoy a trip around the country’s premier wine growing region and taste the terroir of Croatia. You will travel along scenic roads among the scattered villages and hills covered with vineyards to meet some of the people responsible for bringing top class Croatian wine to the table of many local and international restaurants. Accompanying the group, will be a sommelier with a true passion for Peljesac and its wines. This tour includes wine tastings and presentations at two family owned wineries and a traditional seafood lunch in the fishing town of Mali Ston. You will also visit a beautiful historic town of Ston, famous for its ancient salt factory and long defensive walls. We look forward to you joining us on a trip through wonderful Dubrovnik Riviera and learning about the past and the present of local wine making. Price includes: English speaking local sommelier guide, presentation and wine tasting at two wineries, light lunch in a local restaurant, private car or van transportation throughout. Difficulty level: Leisurely pace: mostly travelling by van, very few steps to negotiate along the way, some sun exposure, winding roads, some narrow roads above the sea – might be unpleasant for those with serious fear of heights.    

People's History through Food and Wine

Peljesac Peninsula, close to Dubrovnik, is rightfully Croatia’s most renowned wine growing region. Here, centuries long tradition of living off the land is combined with the desire of local people to not only preserve their heritage, but also to enable generations to come to enjoy the best this area has to offer. Take a day off from the hustle and bustle of the city or the beach and enjoy a trip among the scattered villages, steep hills, and sun soaked vineyards. You are going to get the most out of Peljesac Peninsula, with visits to two local wineries responsible for some of the most delicious wine in the region, and you will also enjoy a look into another traditional activity of Peljesac locals – oyster farming. During a relaxing boat trip to a small, privately owned oyster farm, you will be introduced to the techniques and philosophy behind this ancient trade and get to taste some of the most delicious European oysters, accompanied by local wine, of course. Your trip will further take you up Peljesac Peninsula’s scenic roads to one of the small villages where you will be treated to a mouth-watering lunch of homemade delicacies in an intimate setting of a charming family owned winery. On the way back, you will travel a road few people do, among the steep hills covered in vineyards on one side, and a deep blue Adriatic Sea on another. Before returning to Dubrovnik, your trip will take you to a historic town of Ston, famous for its traditional salt production and long medieval defensive walls. There you will enjoy some time to explore on your own and have a coffee break, or to do some more tasting at the local wine bar. 

Private Island Hopping – Local Archipelago ​(Islands: Kolocep, Lopud, Sipan)

Island hopping has been one of the most popular daily activities for guests visiting Dubrovnik for decades, and for a good reason. Local archipelago is beautiful, easily accessible and perfect for exploring. You will board a private boat with your fellow travellers and embark on a day filled with plenty of sea-fareing fun as you explore the local Elaphiti Islands - Kolocep, Lopud, and Sipan. All three provide for a wonderful opportunity to enjoy untouched nature, lovely small beaches and coves, and a dash of history as well. Immerse yourself in the island lifestyle as you slow down and re-charge your batteries on one of the locas beaches, seaside cafes, or restaurants.  PRICE INCLUDES: English speaking skipper, fuel for the itinerary, fresh fruit and water on board BOAT: Catamaran boat for up to 12 passengers. Not paricularly fast, but very spacious and perfect for bigger groups and families with children  

Private Walking Tour of Star Wars Filming Locations

UNESCO protected historical centre of Dubrovnik attracts numerous travellers from all over the world, but recently it has grown in popularity among foreign film and TV productions as well. Latest in the line of big production comes probably the biggest one to have ever visited this area. In March of 2016, several locations within Dubrovnik’s historical centre were closed off for the filming of sci-fi action feature with a working title Space Bear. Global media descended to Dubrovnik during the preparations and filming as many speculated this to be the code name for none other than Star Wars, Episode 8. Film crew transformed some of the most prominent points of Dubrovnik into a perfect backdrop for an intergalactic fantasy. With the help of our licensed guides, discover the filming locations and walk the streets on which the action took place, even before the movie hits the theatres. See which areas of this ancient city were given a sci-fi makeover and enjoy a completely different tour of Dubrovnik.

Private Wine Lover's Tour

Wine has been a part of civilization for thousands of years. In Croatia it is tied to a long tradition of living off the land in this beautiful, but often harsh landscape. Enjoy a trip around the country’s premier wine growing region and taste the terroir of Croatia. You will travel along scenic roads among the scattered villages and hills covered with vineyards to meet some of the people responsible for bringing top class Croatian wine to the table of many local and international restaurants. Accompanying the group, will be a sommelier with a true passion for Peljesac and its wines. This tour includes wine tastings and presentations at two family owned wineries and a nice traditional snack in a local restaurant. You will also visit a beautiful historic town of Ston, famous for its ancient salt factory and long defensive walls. We look forward to you joining us on a trip through wonderful Dubrovnik Riviera and learning about the past and the present of local wine making. Price includes: English speaking local sommelier guide, presentation and wine tasting at two wineries, snack in a local restaurant, personal car transportation throughout. Difficulty level: Leisurely pace: mostly travelling by van, very few steps to negotiate along the way, some sun exposure, winding roads, some narrow roads above the sea – might be unpleasant for those with serious fear of heights.    

Renaissance Gardens and Endless Caves

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and spend the morning or afternoon admiring some of the most wonderful natural sites in the region.  This tour is all about escaping and relaxing in a serene natural setting. Your guide will be on hand to give you a bit of history and introduce this wonderful part of the world as you travel to your first destination, a historical botanical garden in village of Trsteno. This garden of a summer residence, once belonging to one of the noble families of Dubrovnik republic, draws crowds every year with its beauty and interesting history. In recent years it gained in popularity as one of the filming locations for HBO’s Game of Thrones series.  Next stop is across the border in Bosnia and Herzegovina (make sure you have your passports with you). Your visit is to Vjetrenica Cave, one of the largest and most fascinating speleological sites, measuring some 7km (not all of it accessible to public) in length with numerous subterranean lakes and water streams. Protected natural monument since 1952 and currently awaiting acceptance into UNESCOs World Heritage list.   Get away from the crowds and enjoy scenic roads, breath taking nature, and a dash of history.  

Walking Tour of Star Wars Filming Locations

UNESCO protected historical centre of Dubrovnik attracts numerous travellers from all over the world, but recently it has grown in popularity among foreign film and TV productions as well. Latest in the line of big production comes probably the biggest one to have ever visited this area. In March of 2016, several locations within Dubrovnik’s historical centre were closed off for the filming of sci-fi action feature with a working title Space Bear. Global media descended to Dubrovnik during the preparations and filming as many speculated this to be the code name for none other than Star Wars, Episode 8. Film crew transformed some of the most prominent points of Dubrovnik into a perfect backdrop for an intergalactic fantasy. With the help of our licensed guides, discover the filming locations and walk the streets on which the action took place, even before the movie hits the theatres. See which areas of this ancient city were given a sci-fi makeover and enjoy a completely different tour of Dubrovnik.   Starting time: 10:00 Meeting Point: Orlando's Colum (in front of St. Blaise Church) Luža ul. 2, 20000, Dubrovnik

Wine Lover’s Tour of Peljesac Peninsula

Wine has been a part of civilization for thousands of years. In Croatia it is tied to a long tradition of living off the land in this beautiful, but often harsh landscape. Enjoy a trip around the country’s premier wine growing region and taste the terroirof Croatia. You will travel along scenic roads among the scattered villages and hills covered with vineyards to meet some of the people responsible for bringing top class Croatian wine to the table of many local and international restaurants. Accompanying the group, will be a sommelier with a true passion for Peljesac and its wines. This tour includes wine tastings and introduction tours at two family ownedwineries and a lovely homemade snack at one of them. You will also visit a beautiful historic town of Ston, famous for its ancient salt factory and long defensive walls. We look forward to you joining us on a trip through the history of wine making in the Dubrovnik area, and enjoying the fruits of the land. See first-hand, what a warm Mediterranean climate, clean air, water and diligence by generations of local people creates.     

Wine Tasting Tour in Dubrovnik’s Historical Centre

Wine in Croatia is one of the most defining traditional products. Vast majority of it is made on a small scale on family owned estates, following traditional techniques that haven’t changed much in centuries. Because of this small scale production, not much of Croatia wine is exported, which is why Croatian wines still remain largely unfamiliar outside our national borders. Lately, foreign connoisseurs have started realising there is plenty to explore and enjoy in this East Mediterranean country. Croatia is blessed with a great level of diversity among its different regions and this is true for food and wine as well. Dubrovnik’s historical city centre, one of the most popular Croatian destinations, is a perfect place to get to know the local and national wine scene. Accompanied by local, internationally certified sommelier, you will enjoy exploring Dubrovnik’s medieval streets as you visit some of its best wine bars and taste the finest this area has to offer. Let our wine expert guide you through the aromas and nuances of Croatian wine until you’ve found your favourite.     

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