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Tours to Dubrovnik from Makarska

Among the great walls of Dubrovnik there lies a great history accompanied with amazing sites that cannot be found so easily anywhere on the Mediterranean. Learn more about visiting Dubrovnik from Makarska in our short guide.


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Dubrovnik Day Tour from Makarska Riviera

Join us and discover why Dubrovnik is considered to be a true Adriatic pearl, the main to.... Read more

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Full Day Guided Tour to Dubrovnik from Makarska

Come with us on this unique trip and see one of the most beautiful cities in the world "Tw... Read more

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Dubrovnik City Tour from Makarska

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Discover Dubrovnik - Private Tour from Dalmatia

As you step through the gates of Dubrovnik’s old city walls, you will be taking a step ba.... Read more

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Experience sunset in Dubrovnik from Makarska

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The Pearl of the Adriatic – Tours to Dubrovnik from Makarska

The Pearl of the Adriatic – Tours to Dubrovnik from Makarska
Visiting a great tourist destination under the Biokovo Mountain, the beautiful city of Makarska, you can enjoy yourself strolling around old town passing through narrow stone-paved streets and learning about its history. Of course, there is always more to see. Near Makarska, approximately 2 and a half hour of driving distance, lies the marvellous city of Dubrovnik. On your way to Dubrovnik you also need to cross the border with neighbouring country of Bosnia and Herzegovina passing through Neum, but it is all worth it!

Dubrovnik is one of the most outstanding tourist destinations on the Mediterranean, as well as the seaport and the centre of Dubrovnik-Neretva County. According to the theory, Dubrovnik was founded in the 7th century by Greek sailors as a station halfway between the two Greek settlements of Budva and Korčula. Dubrovnik was a part of Ostrogothic Kingdom before its fall and then became a part of the Byzantine Empire. After the Crusades it came under the sovereignty of Venice and a century later, by the Peace Treaty of Zadar, Dubrovnik was given relative independence as a vassal-state. Between the 14th century and the beginning of the 19th century Dubrovnik ruled itself as a free state which reached its peak during 15th and 16th century when it became a sea-rival of the Republic of Venice.

Since 1979 old town of Dubrovnik is a part of UNESCO World Heritage Site as a unique monument of culture and history. Entering old town you cannot miss the famous street of Stradun which connects western and eastern gate, known as Pile Gate and Ploče Gate. The old town of Dubrovnik is filled with amazing sites to see such as 15th-century Onofrio’s Fountain, marvellous bell towers on east and west ends, Sponza Palace (trading centre and meeting place for business people of the Republic Ragusa) and unavoidable 18th century church of St. Blaise.

If you still haven’t found a reason to visit Dubrovnik for its cultural and historical worth, there is a fact for you: it was also a filming location of Game of Thrones. Interested now?
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(4.7/5 based on 25 reviews)
Five star

My experience was amazing. Thank you for everything! I hope I can visit Biokovo and Plitvicka Jezera with you soon.

Helena M., United States

On excursion: Dubrovnik Day Tour from Makarska Riviera
Five star

The trip was great and smooth! Good service for a reasonable price and freedom to explore the city - you can actually choose what to see, where to stay a bit longer and what to skip, unlike on guided tours. Recommended! I booked the trip via HAPPYtoVISIT and I was offered to be picked up in Igrane, the main road, which is a hill to climb up and it would be demanding for one of us (but still thanks for offering that option!) So, I decided to go to Podgora by taxi (it would still make a way lower price than other trips to Dubrovnik I found!). But by coincidence (I found a good taxi offer by the same facilitator) I was in contact with the facilitator's help desk and they offered to pick me up near to my accommodation! I was very happy as they saved us time and money. So, if you have doubts about a pick up point, do not be afraid to ask for an exact place or even try contacting the facilitator directly. Now, to the trip itself – nice air-conditioned minibus, beautiful views along the way, short stop in Neum for refreshments (and a nice viewpoint). The driver was very friendly! After arrival to Dubrovnik, you have 4 hours to explore the city. My advice - plan carefully your agenda and get familiar with the city’s map beforehand. The city is small but there is so much to see! And I was quite overwhelmed even though I thought I was prepared! If you’re travelling in summer, also be prepared for the heat (you’ll be in the city over midday) – wear a cap, use sunscreen, drink a lot of water. And of course, there’s a lot of tourists 😊 They also seem not to accept Euro, so have enough kuna with you. Last tip: be sure you know where to find a WC. We had hard times finding it and even the local shops were not aware. There’s apparently one in the city harbor (I haven’t found that one), then there is one we used near Pile Gate (the main entrance to the Old City), in the streets on your right hand side after you enter. I do not remember the way exactly (sorry).

Kateřina P., Czech Republic

On excursion: Dubrovnik Day Tour from Makarska Riviera
Five star

Had a very enjoyable trip to Dubrovnik. picke up at exactly the given time by mini-coach. Our driver was friend,y and gave us lots of information on the 2 hour journey and was flexible to ours needs, making an additional stop on the way home so we could take some photographs of the beautiful view. Very well organised tour.

Sarah L., United Kingdom

On excursion: Dubrovnik Day Tour from Makarska Riviera
Five star

What a fantastic service, Thank you We decided to go to Dubrovnik on a day trip at about 6 pm local time (UK 1 hour behind), I saw hotel prices and had been told by another holiday maker they'd booked before they came over with Thomas Cook, and they had a great day. So I looked on line and found "Happy to Visit" and the prices were very competitive to both the Hotel and TC's - in fact we paid circa £60 for 2 people, where as the hotel would have bee £88 and TC's was £104 :) We got offered the next day, pick up at 8 am or in 4 days time, with a simple no nonsense explanation that we would not be charged until our places were confirmed. We waited the next morning feeling that we doubted our trip would take place and that we'[d be on for the following Tuesday, Could not believe it when the really nice Air Conditioned coach turned up on time and with our details already :) We were in Croatia for 12 days, this trip was the highlight of it all the journey was better than if we'd gone with the hotel (verified by others who booked through them), had a stop to refresh (hotel minibus didn't)and dropped us immediately outside the old city walls, give us clear details of when and where we had to meet up. The driver was polite, pleasant and made the trip that much better. I will be looking to book all excursions through Happy to Visit for future holidays. A really big thank you guys

Christopher J., United Kingdom

On excursion: Dubrovnik Day Tour from Makarska Riviera