12 hours (approx.)
Up to 12 hours in advance
What to expect
We organise a one-day trip from Split and the excursion lasts for 12 hours. Our English-speaking guide will welcome you and travel with you. The drive from Split to Dubrovnik lasts a little over 3 hours, but in the meantime, you will have the chance to experience our beautiful coast, while our guide shares interesting details.
The city of Dubrovnik is known all over the world as ‘’The Pearl of the Adriatic’’. More than a thousand-year-old history is visible in every part, as a living museum and a live stage that has an ideal connection between its historical past and modern present. It is surrounded by the medieval walls that are 1940 metres long and are preserved in their original form. They are open to visitors and are the city’s greatest attraction. The town has been under the protection of UNESCO since 1979. Upon arrival, we will meet with a local guide that will give you an hour-long tour in which he will incorporate all the marvels that Dubrovnik has to offer.
The most famous part of Dubrovnik are its medieval walls, you can climb and take postcard worthy pictures. Moreover, the guide will show you Stradun (the main street in the city), Orlando’s pillar (used for proclamations and punishments), the gothic renaissance palace of Sponza that dates back to the 16th century and is currently used for National Archives, the celebrated Rector’s Palace as well as the famous church and monastery. Dubrovnik holds, without a doubt, a special position in Croatia's cultural heritage. After a guided tour, you will have 3 hours of free time to explore the city on your own and just sink in all the vibrant energy that this marvellous city has to offer. You can take magnificent pictures, or you can get lost in the small and secluded streets that will make you feel like you stepped into a different era. For a meal, we recommend the Ston oysters and mussels, which are considered to be some of the tastiest and finest shellfish in the Adriatic. Asides from lamb and veal cooked in embers under an iron bell, this region’s gastronomic chapter consists of eel and frog stew from the Neretva valley. Maybe more than anywhere else on the coast, the Dubrovnik region offers special sweet pastries where the most famous are Rožata and Kotonjata as well as the Mantalata and Arancina cakes. All this should be accompanied with top quality wines such as Dingač and Postup from Pelješac, Pošip and Grk from Korčula, as well as Dubrovnik’s malvasia from Konavle.
You meet with your local guide at 4 pm and head back to Split.
Departure & return
Maruliceva 4, 21000 Split
Return to original departure point
Included in price
- Transportation by bus, van or personal vehicle of the highest tourist class
- English speaking guide/driver
- English speaking guide in Dubrovnik
- Road tolls and parking
- All taxes and VAT
Price does not include
- Food and drinks
Know before you go
- It is necessary to arrive 15 minutes earlier to the meeting point
- Don’t forget to bring your passport!
For a full refund, cancel at least 12 hours in advance.
Questions and answers
Can you do a day trip from Split to Dubrovnik?
You can do a day trip from Split to Dubrovnik and it will last for about 12 hours.
How far is Dubrovnik from Split?
The drive in one direction lasts for about 3 hours on our tour. If you go by local bus or catamaran, you will need approx 4-5 hours.
What do you need to know before going on a Dubrovnik tour from Split?
Since the road from Split to Dubrovnik goes through a small part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, you have to bring your passports. It is important to be at the meeting point 15 minutes before departure.
What is included in the price of a trip to Dubrovnik?
The tour includes transportation, English speaking guides in Dubrovnik, insurance and all road tolls.
How do I get from Split to Dubrovnik?
There are regular bus lines from Split to Dubrovnik every day and it lasts about 4 hours. Another way is by catamaran boat, which is also a regular line from Split ferry port and the drive lasts approx. 5 hours.
Is a trip to Dubrovnik suitable for everyone?
The trip to Dubrovnik is suitable for everyone.
What stops are included on a tour to Dubrovnik?
A coffee break stop will be arranged with the driver.
Is it possible to avoid the crowds in Dubrovnik?
The crowds in Dubrovnik are hard to avoid since it is the pearl of the Adriatic and is on everyone's bucket list. One of the ways to avoid the crowds, except from visiting off-season, is entering Stradun from one of the other two gates, not Pile gate, and to avoid waiting in line to visit the Dubrovnik walls, skip-the-line tickets can be bought.
What is the best way to reach Dubrovnik from Split?
The best and the fastest way to reach Dubrovnik from Split is by car/van by joining some organised tour or by driving yourself.
What is there to see between Split and Dubrovnik?
While driving from Split to Dubrovnik, you will pass by many beautiful places like Baška Voda, Makarska, Podgora, Zaostrog and Ston. All of them have something special to offer and all are gems of the Adriatic coastline.
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