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Dubrovnik tours and excursions

Dubrovnik tours

Walking tours

The tourist office organises walking tours of Dubrovnik’s Old Town taking in all the main sights. Tourist agency Atlas has private tours of the Old Town as well as Game of Thrones filming locations.

Tel: +385 20 323 887; +385 1 2415 611
Website: http://www.tzdubrovnik.hr/lang/en/index.html

Boat tours

From June to September, boats leave from the Old Port for the Elaphiti islands of Koločep, Lopud and Šipan, as well as the island of Lokrum and the village of Cavtat along the coast. Dubrovnik Boats operates services to the Elaphites. Tirena, a wooden galleon ship, also organises sunset cruises.

Tel: +385 98 757 890; +385 20 358 200
Website: http://www.dubrovnikboats.com

Dubrovnik excursions

Montenegro

The small mountainous nation of Montenegro is close enough to be managed as a short side trip. Its rugged mountain range leaves enough space for a string of seaside towns and villages. The historic town of Kotor is a justifiably popular tourist spot, resembling a more workaday version of Dubrovnik.

Tel: +382 77 100 001.
Website: http://www.montenegro.travel

Dalmatian islands

Dubrovnik makes a good base for exploring the southern Dalmatian islands. One of the most visited is the lush green jewel Mljet, much of which is a national park. Hire a bike and circle the network of paths and lakes. The smaller Elaphite islands (Koločep, Lopud and Šipan) are worth a visit too.

Tel: +385 20 744 041.
Website: http://www.np-mljet.hr
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ZigZag Apartments Dubrovnik

These stylish apartments scattered around the Old Town and priced very reasonably, won’t break your budget. Light, airy, with a plenty of sunshine, you will be close to all the hot sports, restaurants and bars.

 

Valamar Club Dubrovnik

Set in luxuriant gardens, this family-friendly all-inclusive resort on the Babin Kuk peninsula is only a few minutes’ walk from the pebbly beach. Many of the modern light-filled rooms come with sea views and balconies, and there’s a separate children’s pool as well as a large outdoor pool.

Hotel Stari Grad

With only eight rooms, this smartly decorated boutique hotel in the Old Town offers a more intimate experience than the huge Lapad resorts. The tastefully furnished rooms don’t have views to speak of, but the fifth-floor terrace has a superb rooftop restaurant and is a great place for breakfast.

Old Town Hostel

A wallet-friendly option offering a selection of dorms and private rooms, the Old Town Hostel has a great Old Town location. It offers extras such as free Wi-Fi and free breakfast and its owner Mike is a well-liked character.

Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik

Overlooking Miramare Bay, this peaceful hotel has been carved into a cliff, giving all of its 93 rooms stunning sea views. Warm wood and local stone are used in the contemporary rooms, adorned with works by Croatian artists. The soothing spa has an indoor pool, and the beachside restaurant is irresistible.

Karmen Apartments

In one of the best locations in Dubrovnik right in the Old Town on the harbour, these four excellent-value apartments, overlook the medieval walls. All of the brightly decorated apartments have kitchens, and one has a small balcony.