Dubrovnik Walking Tour – Private and Group Tour of Dubrovnik
The Old Town History Walking Tour
Every day at 11:00 am, 5:30 pm
Brsalje ul. bb
The tour explores history of Dubrovnik and learns how this old city came to be a major power and advanced maritime republic – one that’s prosperous, culturally rich, and full of breathtaking views.
Half Day Special City Walls of Dubrovnik Walking Tour
Every day at 5:30 pm
Brsalje ul. bb
Built by the most renowned architects in medieval Europe from both Italy and Croatia, this stunning Walls surround the Old Town, with impressive defense systems.
Game of Thrones Dubrovnik Walking Tour
Every day at 11:00 am, 5:00 pm
Brsalje ul. bb
The Game of Thrones tour is all about the extensive information, filming locations, and stories on the tour of where and how The Game of Thrones was made with some spicy behind the scenes details and, of course an Iron Throne, Red Keep, Blackwater Bay, Iron Throne and Walk of Shame.
Game of Thrones and History of Dubrovnik Walking Tour Combo
Every day at 4:30 pm
Brsalje ul. bb
The tour will show you how reality and fantasy are often intertwined as we visit the filming locations. You will also see stunning landmarks from the city walls.
If you would like a tailored private tour in Dubrovnik feel free to contact us.
Why choose Old Town Walking Tour by Walk In Dubrovnik?
When it comes to Old Town Dubrovnik, its iconic City Walls, and all of its hidden wonders, no one can give you the city tour experience you deserve other than us!
We’ve been organising guided tours in Dubrovnik and Game of Thrones Tours for as long as we can remember, and our clients have nothing but raving compliments to say about us.
We’re a team of local tour guides who know every stone, and that’s because we’ve been exploring the secrets of the Dubrovnik city since our youth. Every member of our team is an expert when it comes to Dubrovnik’s attractions, so rest assured that you’ll get nothing but the very best if you decide to join one of our highly recommended guided tour in and around the real-life King’s Landing!
City Known As The Pearl of the Adriatic
It’s no secret that Dubrovnik is one of the most stunning cultural gems in the world. Standing with pride on the top of a rock and overlooking a beautiful turquoise sea, Croatia’s historical town is fully worthy of its title as the pearl of the Adriatic.
There’s a lot that you can witness in Dubrovnik region, no matter when you visit it. Over one thousand years old, the medieval town will astonish you with its architectural harmony as well as welcoming and light-hearted locals.
Don’t let that fool you into thinking that the city is frozen in the past, though, as it’s far from that. Should you join one of our guides in one of our highly-regarded city tours during the summer, you’ll get to observe the unending fresco of life in the city that’s on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
One of the major destinations on our walking tours is Pile Gate, which is the most breath-taking gate of the historical city as well as its main entrance. Once you get past that gate, you’ll be welcomed by the dome of Onofrio’s Fountain, which has been standing in the center of a small square since 1438.
The centuries-old emblematic monument isn’t the square’s only attraction, as the Church of Our Saviour, which is the single remaining Renaissance church of the city, is equally appealing. Oh, and don’t forget to take a long look at the Franciscan Church to admire its incredible Gothic-Renaissance doorway that’s topped by a Pieta.
Although all of that will keep you in awe, our walking tours typically includes plenty of other attractions, monuments, monasteries, and palaces, such as:
- Pile Gate (the Western entrance to the City)
- The Sponza Palace, which was once home to the town’s customs office and is currently used to house the city’s archives.
- St Blaise’s Church and its impressive flight of steps.
- The Rector’s Palace, which boasts an incredible mix of everything that has ever contributed to Dubrovnik’s history.
- The Baroque Cathedral, which was built by Richard the Lion Heart in honor of the Virgin Mary.
- The Dominican Monastery, which greatly resembles a medieval fortress that anyone would wan to explore.
- St Lawrence Fort (Lovrijenac Fortress) which is a wonder of architecture.
- Revelin Fortress
- Franciscan Monastery
- Minceta Tower
- Orlando’s Column
Of course, no trip to Dubrovnik would be complete without a walking tour around its famous medieval city walls that has been protecting the city for centuries.
The entrance to the Remparts is near Pile Gate. Once you’re there, you’ll get to admire the round tiled rooftops, churches, steep lanes, passageways, and, of course, flights of steps
Keep in mind that entrance to different monuments and attractions (such as St Lawrence Fort) aren’t included in our tours’ prices
What are you waiting for?
Are you feeling intrigued? Well, you should be, because it is truly a must-visit magical city that will open your eyes to a whole new world of wonders. And if you truly want to have the unreal time while in the city, do not hesitate to give us a call and book your spot for one of our walking tours.
NOTE: We offer a free cancellation for up to 24 hours before the walking tour starts!
Took a 1.5 hr tour with Iva. Was on the last day of our trip so we had seen the main sights but was great to see some of the off the beaten path sites and talk to a resident of city to learn about the recent and ancient events that shape this remarkable city. We highly recommend the tour.
This game of thrones tour was an amazing experience! My friend and I had such a fun time seeing all GOT filming sites and we also learned about Dubrovnik along the way. Our tour guide Dejan was the best! He’s funny, knowledgeable, and charismatic! I 100% recommend this tour!!!
My friend and I were beyond happy with this tour – I’d highly recommend this very informative tour! Our tour guide, Dan, was great showing us around all the sites. He was knowledgeable both in Game of Thrones as well as the history of the whole Croatia. He was very personable which made for such a fun day of learning and sightseeing!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is it worth walking the walls of Dubrovnik?
In addition to 1,940 metres (6,360 ft) of walkway, Dubrovnik city walls have numerous stairs that will exhaust even the most durable. Though admission can be expensive and you might be exhausted at the end of the day, Dubrovnik city walls are a sight that is hard to forget.
Is Dubrovnik a walkable city?
Is it free to enter Dubrovnik Old town?
Dubrovnik Old Town is free to enter for everyone. However most of the sights will require an additional payment – like City Walls, Lovrijenac Fortress, etc.
What is the best part of Dubrovnik to stay in?
Best place to stay in Dubrovnik is inside the City Walls – in the Old Town. More great areas to stay at are Ploče and Pile just outside of the Old Town. Lapad, Babin Kuk and Gruž are also nice places where you can stay, but they’re farther from the Old Town.
How safe is Dubrovnik at night?
Croatia as a whole is very safe at any time of the day or night. Dubrovnik, being a top tourist destination is one of the safest cities in Croatia, where violent crimes are rarely recorded. Local police is active in all parts of the city, so you’ll generally feel safe.