Old Town Tour

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Explore the old town of Dubrovnik in a small group with a local guide.


Do you want to discover the old town and hear about the history of Dubrovnik? We’ve got the perfect tour for you – our Old Town Tour is a great way to get to know the city. We’ll take you through the streets of the old town and show you the main sights. The tour takes an hour and a half and it’s ideal to get your bearings, especially if you’re visiting Dubrovnik for the first time.

The tour is led by a professional licensed tour guide, born and raised in Dubrovnik, who will show you around and tell you what it’s like to live inside the Old town. You’ll see all the most important monuments, palaces and churches of old Dubrovnik. We’ll cover the history of the old Dubrovnik Republic as well as the contemporary issues that make life inside the Old town interesting as well as challenging.

Dubrovnik Local Guides lead small-group tours and on our Old Town Tour there will be a maximum of eight guests per guide. We want to provide a quality tour experience. That’s why we’ve capped our walking tours to just eight. Sometimes there will be four, sometimes five or six; but never more than eight. In such a small group you’ll quickly bond with your fellow travellers and your tour guide.

Our Old Town Tour is the perfect introduction to Dubrovnik. Starting by Ploče gate, we’ll show you the Dominican monastery, the old harbor and the cathedral before we explore the oldest corner of Dubrovnik. You’ll see a 16th century palace where people still live and we’ll tell you about the everyday life of the local community. You will discover curious details along the way and your guide will entertain you with stories and anecdotes from the rich history of Dubrovnik.

You will see all the main attractions on our Old town tour, including the Rector’s palace, the church of St. Blaise, Sponza palace and the bell-tower. We’ll recommend which museums to visit, where to go for lunch and dinner and share some helpful tips and advice on how to make the most of your time in Dubrovnik. Join our Old Town Tour to experience Dubrovnik in the best way possible – choose your preferred date on the calendar and book now to reserve your spot!

Tour features:

  • ninety-minute introduction to Dubrovnik
  • led by a local professional tour guide
  • see the main sights and learn about the history
  • small-group setting with a maximum of eight guests

Key benefits:

  • meet a local of Dubrovnik
  • enjoy a leisurely walk with like-minded travellers
  • ideal for first-time visitors
  • optimal mix of information, entertainment and interaction

Prices, duration and schedule:

  • 150 Kunas per person (19.91 EUR)
  • the tour takes ninety minutes and is capped at eight guests per guide
  • departs every day at 12 noon (from November 1, 2022 - April 30, 2023) 


  1. Short introduction to the tour at the Arms' square near Ploče gate
  2. Map of the city and the map showing the 1991 war damage
  3. The Old harbour and the Arsenal
  4. Cathedral
  5. Jesuit church
  6. The green market and Gundulić square
  7. The Rector's palace
  8. Statue of Marin Držić
  9. Luža square - Sponza palace, Orlando's column, Saint Blaise church and the bell tower
  10. The old Jewish street
  11. Renaissance football and the church of St. Roch
  12. Onofrio's fountain and St. Savior's church
  13. The last stop - Pile gate park

Take a look at the COVID-19 safety guidelines

HR - Razgled Grada petkom, subotom i nedjeljom u 12.30! (od 1.11.2022. - 31.12.2022.) Rezervacija je OBVEZNA! Ukoliko u sustavu ne vidite mogućnost bukiranja željenog termina znači da je isti ili popunjen ili nedostupan te vas molimo da potražite prvi sljedeći dostupni termin.

More great tours?

If you like this tour, you might also be interested in our City Walls Tour - if you're passionate about history and the Old town of Dubrovnik, choose our small-group tour of the city walls! It's complementary to our Old Town walking tour but it also provides a deeper insight into the diplomatic and military challenges Dubrovnik was facing while at the same time offering unforgettable views of the iconic red roofs and the Adriatic sea.