Walls & Wars Tour
Discover why the city of Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage site and learn about how the city protected itself from enemies for centuries together
- Discover the city of Dubrovnik with the help of your guide through this walking tour and the rich history it has to offer.
- Learn about how the city stood firm against its enemies over centuries due to its diplomatic leaders and city walls.
- Dubrovnik, also known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ is a UNESCO World Heritage site and on this tour, you will understand the reason why.
- Visit Fort Revelin and Minceta Tower, some of the magnificent landmarks of the city.
- Professional tour guide
- City Walls entrance fee
- Audio guide
polizza di cancellazione
Puoi cancellare questi biglietti fino a 24 ore prima dell'inizio dell'esperienza e ottenere un rimborso completo.
The importance of the city of Dubrovnik cannot be understood by walking the streets and observing the attractions. A guided walking tour, such as this, would take you through the history of Dubrovnik, where one can feel the essence of the city’s roots and foundation. For centuries together, the city of Dubrovnik was not only protected by the walls surrounding it but also by the diplomatic skills of its leaders. The city has faced constant threats but has stood firm and independent with the help of its leaders and defensive city walls.
Through this historic walking tour, you will learn about the challenges faced by Dubrovnik and how the city held guard to remain a prosperous and independent republic. Walk with your knowledgeable guide on the limestone-paved streets of the city’s Old Town and uncover the real story behind the city’s churches, monasteries, and palaces. Walk along the city walls, built in the 12th century, and view the dazzling Adriatic Sea from a different viewpoint. Delve into the history of the city and learn about the magnificent landmarks such as Fort Revelin and Minceta Tower. View Fort Lovrijenac from a distance which is the only fort that belongs to the city walls but is physically separated from them. Uncover the city’s long and rich history and understand why it is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
know before you go
- The walking tour is steep due to the steps along the city walls and is not suitable for everyone.
- Comfortable shoes are recommended
- Pets and guide dogs are allowed
Apr 1 to Apr 3
- Daily at 12pm
May 1 to Jun 30
- Daily at 3:30pm
May 1 to Sep 30
- Daily at 9:15am
Jul 1 to Jul 31
- Daily at 6pm
Aug 1 to Aug 19
- Daily at 5:30pm
Oct 1 to Oct 31
- Daily at 12pm
i miei biglietti
- Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.
- Display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the meeting point.
- Please arrive at the meeting point 5 minutes before the scheduled time of your visit to avoid any delays.
- Meet your guide at Dubrovnik Walks.
- Address: Brsalje ul. 8, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
- Landmark: Pile bus stop, next to the only newsstand in the area.
- Look for Dubrovnik Walks' representative and an Orange Umbrella.
- The closest bus stop is Pile Bus Stop. It is a quick 1-minute walk to the meeting point.
- Board city buses to get you there. Pile is the last stop for all city buses and taxis when heading towards the pedestrian old town.
This ticket is valid for the date and time selected during checkout.