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Best of Dubrovnik with City Walls - Private Tour
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Best of Dubrovnik with City Walls - Private Tour

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Created: Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Ref ID: 4651319
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US$1,113
Based on 2 adults

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Created: Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Destinations: Dubrovnik, Split, Rovinj, Trieste, Venice

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03 Sep
1. Dubrovnik
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About the destination: George Bernard Shaw called Dubrovnik “the pearl of the Adriatic, a paradise on earth”, and, indeed, it may be one of the most beautiful cities you’ll ever see. Largely built and long inhabited by Venetians, Dubrovnik possesses a stately charm and striking architectural unity that draw thousands of visitors every summer. Founded in 7th century, Dubrovnik stood amid a great forest of oak trees, from which it took its name. Take a walk atop the old city walls for vistas of the old town and the surrounding coast. Just before exiting the old town through the western gate, turn right to visit the Franciscan Monastery and peaceful cloisters. Just inside the entrance is the oldest European pharmacy, founded in 1371. In the northern corner of the old city is the Dominican Cloister and Museum, with a polyptych by Titian. The impressive Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary stands in the centre of Poljana Marin Držić and its treasury can be visited; look for the work by Raphael. Dubrovnik has warm, crystalline waters; don’t just admire it from a distance and take a dive. The intrepid can dive and sunbathe along the rocks or swim around the walls of the city while others gawk above. Dubrovnik’s impressive battlements gleam in the early morning light, but by early afternoon, the sea’s clear blue waters beckon you away from the city and its tourist din. If you can stand the crunch, you, too, may find a piece of heaven.
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04 Sep
Tickets
Best of Dubrovnik with City Walls - Private Tour
Best of Dubrovnik with City Walls - Private Tour
1 Tickets ( Per person: 1 )
4 hours English Tour
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05 Sep
Transport from Dubrovnik to Split
Flixbus Cee South Gmbh
Flixbus Cee South Gmbh - FLIXCEES
12:30 PM - Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik
4:25 PM - Split, Split
3h 55m Nonstop
Cabin Class: Economy
05 Sep
2. Split
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About the destination: Split is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia, with about 250,000 people living in its urban area. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea and is spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings. An intraregional transport hub and popular tourist destination, the city is linked to the Adriatic islands and the Apennine peninsula.
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06 Sep
Tickets
Split Tour in Private Electric Rickshaw
Split Tour in Private Electric Rickshaw
1 Tickets ( Adults from 18 to 100 years old: 1 )
From 30 to 150 minutes 11:30 SPLIT TOUR
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07 Sep
Transport from Split to Rovinj
Croatia Airlines
Croatia Airlines Croatia Airlines
1:30 PM - Split, Split (SPU)
11:00 PM - Pula, Pula Airport (PUY)
9h 30m 0 PC 1 Stop Fare: EASY
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OU Croatia Airlines - OU 655
1:30 PM - Split, Split (SPU)
2:20 PM - Zagreb, Zagreb (ZAG)
Transport:  OU655
Cabin Class: Economy
6h 55m - Connection in Zagreb, Zagreb (ZAG)
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OU Croatia Airlines - OU 632
9:15 PM - Zagreb, Zagreb (ZAG) 30 min technical stop at Zadar (ZAD - Zadar)
11:00 PM - Pula, Pula Airport (PUY)
Transport:  OU632
Cabin Class: Economy
07 Sep
3. Rovinj
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About the destination: Rovinj is a beautiful and picturesque small town situated on the western coast of the Istria peninsula. Because of its mild climate, sunny days, warm sea, attractive scenery as well as its historical monuments and old town, it is popular destination throughout the whole year. The islands of Rovinj archipelago, make for a pleasant afternoon away; the most popular islands are Sveta Katarina and Crveni Otok (Red Island), also known as Sveti Andrija. The Old Town is lovely with beautiful cobble-stone paths and Mediterranean-style old houses adorn the streets. Grisia is the lifeblood of the town, the main street of the old core, a street with a vast array of art galleries and a place no visitor of Rovinj should miss. This winding street of irregular shape rises up to the cathedral. The street is paved with the same white Istrian stone that was used to build many prestigious palaces and churches in Venice. The cathedral of St Euphemia dominates the skyline of Rovinj. The church originated in early Christian times. It was rebuilt in 1736 with its facade added in the middle of the 20th century in Venetian-baroque style. At the top of the 60 m. high bell tower, there is a copper statue of St. Euphemia, the patron saint of the town, that turns as the wind changes. Zavicajni muzej, the Local Museum, has an archaeological and an ethnographic collection, a gallery of paintings made by old and contemporary masters, a library and an archive. The museum is housed in the 17th century Baroque palace which once belonged to Califfi counts. Besides being museum the palace serves also as an important exhibition space. Red roofs, yellow walls, blue sea and a constant flow of boats, cosy up together in picturesque perfection. To state the obvious, Rovinj is very beautiful, probably one of the most beautiful places in Europe.
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08 Sep
Tickets
Romantic Rovinj, individual tour
Romantic Rovinj, individual tour
1 Tickets ( Adults from 18 to 89 years old: 1 )
1 hour and 30 minutes 13:00 Romantic Rovinj, individual tour
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09 Sep
Transport from Rovinj to Trieste
Flixbus Cee South Gmbh
Flixbus Cee South Gmbh - FLIXCEES
12:05 PM - Rovinj, Rovinj
3:25 PM - Trieste, Trieste
3h 20m Nonstop
Cabin Class: Economy
09 Sep
4. Trieste
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About the destination: Trieste is a city in North-East Italy. Once a very influential and powerful center of politics, literature, music, art and culture under Austrian-Hungarian dominion, its importance fell into decline towards the end of the 20th century, and today, Trieste is often forgotten as tourists head off to the big Italian cities like Rome and Milan. It is, however, a very charming underestimated city, with a quiet and lovely almost Eastern European atmosphere, several pubs and cafes, some stunning architecture and a beautiful sea view. It was also, for a while, the residence of famous Irish writer James Joyce. Trieste is the most international city in the region, suspended between a glorious past of "Little Vienna on the Sea" and the present cosmopolitan city. A journey of discovery of the city's history, literature and art, from the Roman era to medieval wonders, to the Habsburg splendour. The wealth of architectural styles in the palaces in Trieste is remarkable: Neoclassical, Art Nouveau, Eclectic and Baroque, coexisting in a harmonious blend with Roman remains, eighteenth century buildings and Hapsburg style buildings. Coffee is one of the flagship products of Trieste. A Free Port for the importation of coffee since the eighteenth century, the port of Trieste is the most important in the Mediterranean for the trade of coffee: the beans that arrive here are not only intended for local coffee roasters but also for those all around the world. But coffee in Trieste is also in rhythm with literature: many and beautiful are the literary cafes, which are historical premises with retro charm, frequented by poets and writers such as James Joyce, Italo Svevo, and Umberto Saba.
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10 Sep
Tickets
Private Trieste Sightseeing Tour
Private Trieste Sightseeing Tour
1 Tickets ( Adults from 12 to 100 years old: 1 )
2 hours and 30 minutes 12:00 Half-day city tour
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11 Sep
Transport from Trieste to Venice
FlixBus Italia S.r.l.
FlixBus Italia S.r.l. - FLIXITAL
11:50 AM - Trieste, Trieste
2:20 PM - Venice, Mestre (Train station)
2h 30m Nonstop
Cabin Class: Economy
11 Sep
5. Venice
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About the destination: Perhaps no city is as fabulous as Venice, a metropolis built upon pilings, a labyrinth poised over a lagoon. Venice has been called the drawing room of Europe, and indeed for centuries the city was a sanctuary for ideas and idealists, a crossroad of the Byzantine and Roman worlds. Today Venice is a different kind of drawing room. Wealthy visitors clamber into gondolas to gawk at the Byzantine palaces while being serenaded by accordionists and art appreciators stand on tiptoe for a glimpse of Renaissance masterpieces. No monument is as memorable as the city itself, so use the major sights only as an excuse for wandering. Venice revolves around piazza San Marco. The best feature of the mosaic-covered Basilica di San Marco is the Pala D’Oro, a glittering gold Byzantine bas-relief. The Torre dell’Orologio, left of San Marco, is a beautifully embellished clock tower. For culture vultures check the Accademia for the best of Venetian paintings. Some say that the tourist Venice is indeed Venice, but there are other Venices as well. To find them, wander away from the major sights and into the quieter outlying residential neighbourhoods, you won’t be disappointed, this maze of stone and colour exudes enchantment from every brick.
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12 Sep
Tickets
 Venice In a Day: Basilica San Marco, Doges Palace & Gondola ride
Venice In a Day: Basilica San Marco, Doges Palace & Gondola ride
1 Tickets ( Adults from 15 to 100 years old: 1 )
6 hours and 30 minutes 08:30 Small Group Tour in English
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