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Old Town History Walk

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  • This is the entrance to the Old Town and in the area between two gates you will find out about defence capabilities of the most heavily fortified city in Europe. Also we will take a look at the map representing the damage done to the Old Town during the siege in the 1990's and hear a few words about Croatian Independence War.
  • In Old Town's main street the guests will have opportunity to hear a story regarding most of stunning pieces of architecture present in the town itself. St. Saviours church, Franciscan monastery with one of oldest working pharmacies in the world, a marvel of medieval engineering - Onofrio's fountain and hear about stories, legends and ancient customs connected with each one.
  • Zudioska or Jewish street offers an incredible story about religious coexistence, secret passageways and an uneasy relationship with foreign powers. The street also features one of oldest synagogues in Europe.
  • The centre of the Old Town was a witness to most important events in Dubrovnik History and features architecture from 15th to 18th centuries and is still the centre of Dubrovnik's government. All shall be reviled - architecture, stories of rivalry, monuments to bribery and more. The square features beautiful Sponza Palace, Clock Tower, St. Blasius Church, Old Parlament Building and more...
  • Centre of power, prison, treasury and astonishingly beautiful architecture with a ridiculous inception story and unlikely system of governing all wrapped in one. A treat to be sure
  • A church dedicated to Mary and adorned with many statues none of which is Mary. A treasure of priceless items still kept within its walls with unlikely purpose, Richard the Lionheart and secrets of Dubrovnik origins. All of these are part of the very walls of Dubrovnik Cathedral waiting to be discovered by you.
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  • Local guide
  • Professional guide


  • A maximum of 10 people per booking
  • Infants must not sit on laps
  • Infant seats unavailable
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Comfortable walking shoes are recommended

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