As you stroll the historic streets of Dubrovnik, discover the Franciscan Church and Monastery, one of the finest medieval structures in Dalmatia. Learn about the centuries-old heritage and witness unique monuments in the Old Town. Admire the fascinating Dominican Monastery and explore one of the most significant historic, cultural and architectural treasures of Dubrovnik. Find out how irreplaceable Dominicans are for the historical and cultural development of the town. Step back in the past as you witness beautiful Rector’s Palace, the former center of government and official residence of the rector of the Dubrovnik Republic. Explore Dubrovnik’s maritime museum, a charming landmark where the maritime past of Dubrovnik is proudly showcased, from ancient to modern times. Through sightseeing and storytelling become familiar with the iconic Dubrovnik Cathedral which dates back to the 12th century, built on the remains of the former cathedral from the 7th century. At the end of the tour explore fascinating traditions, customs and Dubrovnik’s cultural heritage at a trademark Ethnographic Museum.

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  • You will be guided by a local charismatic guide
  • You will hear the stories and legends of the city
  • You will visit charming places


  • Professional local tour guide


  • Admission fee to Maritime Museum: Adults 5.33 EUR, Children 2.66 EUR
  • Admission fee to Ethnographic Museum: Adults 19.30 EUR, Children 8.20 EUR
  • Admission fee to Rector's Palace: Adults 15.30 EUR, Children 8 EUR

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Franciscan Church and Monastery

    One of the largest and most grandiose Franciscan monasteries that contain a pharmacy museum and an intriguing collection of centuries-old manuscripts.

  • 2

    Dominican Monastery

    Trademark treasury of the cultural and artistic heritage of Dubrovnik and one of the most significant architectural monuments in Croatia. This historic monastery serves as a small museum and is one of the most representative Gothic buildings on the East Adriatic.

  • 3

    Rector's Palace

    Dating back to the 15th century, Rector's Palace is harmonious Gothic and Renaissance palace that used to serve as a seat of the Rector of the Republic of Ragusa.

  • 4

    Maritime Museum

    Small museum that collects, studies, exhibits, and publishes material and showcases the maritime past of the Dubrovnik region. As Dubrovnik has a remarkable seafaring history, Maritime Museum is definitely one of the best sites to learn, witness, and hear about the wealthy maritime history of Dubrovnik.

  • 5

    Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Varaždin

    Centuries-old Cathedral that is built on the remains of the older cathedral dating back to the 7th century. Cathedral's surroundings represent one of the most panoramic and photogenic areas in Dubrovnik.

  • 6

    Ethnographic Museum

    With over six thousand five hundred items in its possession, the Ethnographic Museum is one of the valuable monuments where the wealthy and diverse ethnographic heritage of the Dubrovnik region is presented.

Meeting Point

By the main entrance of the Franciscan Church and Monastery
(Poljana Paska Miličevića 4, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.