A perfect way to spend a half-day after disembarking from your cruise ship is an accessible rolling/walking tour of accessible Dubrovnik’s historic Old Town. Highlights include, but are not limited to, views of the Rectors Palace (previous seat of the Government), Orlando’s Column, Cathedral, and St Blaise Church. You will also enjoy exploring the hidden nooks and crannies of the town with the expert assistance of our local professional guide. What better way to explore a new destination than in the hands of a local person with their intimate knowledge of areas both on and off the traditional tourist trail. Extent your walking/rolling tour and include a drive along the Riviera, including a stop in the medieval town of Cavtat. Contact us today for an unforgettable adventure to Dubrovnik. For more information and reservations click here
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE DUBROVNIK
TOURS IN DUBROVNIK
Discover the old town of Dubrovnik during this wheelchair accessible tour. Starting from the pier your officially licensed guide will show you all the highlights of Dubrovnik. Share his knowledge about the place and you will enjoy a beautiful view of the city.
See the old city of Dubrovnik and the Valley of Konalve during this wheelchair accessible tour. This tour brings you to a 400-year-old mill that uses traditional flower making methods. On top of that, you will enjoy an authentic lunch from the region (not included)
Tours in Dubrovnik
After booking your private and adjustable tour with us, your officially licensed guide awaits for you upon arrival in Dubrovnik at the cruise port, or he can meet you at your accommodation. From there you go for a scenic ride and/or a walking tour. Your experienced English speaking guide makes you feel at home instantly. He is from the region and knows all the hidden gems in and around Dubrovnik. With him, you will experience the best local attractions and enjoy a very special day.
Dubrovnik, also called the pearl of the Adriatic or the Croatian Athens because of its cultural importance, is one of the most famous destinations in the Adriatic and is a “must” destination to visit.
The Old Town and the wonderful beaches make Dubrovnik a beautiful destination throughout the whole year. The impressive Rector’s Palace was a seat of government in the past and now it houses the Cultural Historical Museum. According to legend, Orlando’s Column helped the people of Ragusa (old Dubrovnik) to defeat invaders and so it became a monument to freedom. There are many other things to explore in Dubrovnik, especially in the Old Town, like the Cathedral and the St Blaise church.
Travel with us on an unforgettable adventure to Dubrovnik by contacting us for more information and reservations here