This unique tour gives you the opportunity to explore the stunning architecture and history of this world famous City. Witness Dubrovnik's rich history and discover its magnificent buildings, palaces and treasures. Stories and legends about the church of St Blaise, Dubrovnik's patron saint; the Cathedral; the Rector's Palace; Sponza Palace, and Orlando's Column, Onofrio's Fountain, St. Saviour's, the grandiose Franciscan and Dominican church, will be seen along the route and will give you an overview to better understand and further explore the multi-layered past of the city.
In the write-up on Dubrovnik the web site says that couples in search of romance are flocking to this wondrous city, of which George Bernard Shaw once proclaimed: "If you want to see heaven on earth, come to Dubrovnik, because the beauty there will leave anyone breathless.”
"Dubrovnik is a city for lovers and all those in search of enjoyment. They will remember Dubrovnik by a night ride on a Karaka, a walk on the island of Lokrum and the moonlit Porporela, these moments are a step away from the exhausting everyday rhythm. In Dubrovnik even the best-known and the global press’s most prominent can remain ‘unnoticed’ and it is for this reason a true magnet for the global jet- set” says the City of Dubrovnik Tourist Board
This "jewel of the Adriatic," as the coastal resort town is often referred to in tourist brochures, is breathtakingly beautiful. The city's fortified old town overlooks the dazzling Adriatic from a shelter of limestone cliffs and its marble-paved streets are lined with marvelously preserved churches, stately palaces, squares, and terracotta-roofed townhouses. Meanwhile, down along the seaside coast, fine beaches beckon – as do a slew of offshore islands – making Dubrovnik uniquely appealing to history buffs and sun worshippers alike. "