Before entering in Old Town guide will inform you about size, shape and purpouse of monumental walls that encircle the entire city. They resisted many earthquakes and wars. You will walk Stradun, one of the most famous and the busiest streets in the world. All important churches, palaces and museums are here, and in the last few years it's very popular as a set for filming industry ( Game of Thrones, Star wars, James Bond, Robin Hood…) You will see Onofrio’s Fountain, a multi-faucet drinking fountain connected to an aqueduct is still in function. Limestone houses look very similar becouse they were all built in same century after catostrofic earthquake in 1667.Learn about St Blaise,patron saint of Dubrovnik and festivities in his honor. Franciscan Monastery, with old pharmacy ( one of the oldest in Europe) that is still in function. Sponza Palace is the only gothic- renaissance palace that has survived the earthquake, and today it is city archive and open exhibition with photos of Dubrovnik from 1991 when shalling Homeland war happened. In the main square, you will see a line of people waiting to take a photo with Orlando’s Column. If you turn around the corner you will see Rector’s Palace, now a historical museum, equiped with original furniture and personal belongings of noblemen that ruled Republic of Dubrovnik. Find out what Richard gof Lion heart has to do with Cathedral of the Assumption gof Virgin Mary, we'll take a peak inside. Our last stop is Old port where you will learn abou history gof building ships and maritime trade.