Day Trips from Dubrovnik

Got time to spare in Dubrovnik? Use it to visit the region. The city of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro, a boat ride in the sunset... these are just some of our suggestions!

Dubrovnik – Bay of Kotor (Montenegro) – Dubrovnik

A little island with a church and a lighthouse
Panoramic view of Kotor

Early departure from Dubrovnik, directly from your accommodation, and heading to Montenegro, one of Croatia’s neighboring countries. Our first stop is the artificial island of Perast, with the chapel of Our Lady of the Rocks. The island offers a magnificent landscape, with fjords and the crystal clear sea all around the island!

Next, we continue to the medieval town of Kotor. Getting lost on the streets of this ancient city is the best way to explore it. Make sure you get to know the Orthodox Cathedral, relax in one of the many cafes and, if you have enough strength, climb up to the old fort. The rise up the hill is extremely tiring and the terrain is uneven, so it is only recommendable to those that are in good physical condition and are wearing appropriate shoes. On the other hand, anyone who reaches the top will be rewarded with a spectacular view of the entire bay.

At the end of the tour, we will head back to Dubrovnik.

Duration: 8 – 9h
Country: Croatia, Montenegro

Dubrovnik – Mostar (Bosnia And Herzegovina) – Dubrovnik

Old Bridge in Mostar
Bridge made of stone in Mostar

Early departure from Dubrovnik, directly from your accommodation, towards Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of Croatia’s neighboring countries. Our destination will be the city of Mostar. Mostar is the cultural capital and center of the Herzegovina region. The city is a blend of Turkish, Croatian, Serbian, and Muslim influence, which is manifested in architecture, cuisine, souvenirs, and handicrafts. And it is exactly this mix of cultures, colors, and flavors that attracts thousands of tourists to Mostar.

The entire historical center of Mostar is a treat for history lovers, but the main attraction we will visit is the famous bridge, Stari Most (Old Bridge), which is located right in the center of the city. The bridge is 21 meters high and, during the summer, it is possible to watch a select group of divers who jump from the top of the old bridge to the river.

After exploring the old center of Mostar, we will return to Dubrovnik.

Duration: 7 – 8h
Country: Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro

Dubrovnik – Medjugorje – Mostar (Bosnia And Herzegovina) – Dubrovnik

Church in the green field
Old stone bridge high above the water

Early departure from Dubrovnik, directly from your accommodation, towards Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of Croatia’s neighboring countries. Our first stop is the city of Medjugorje, a place where faith is renewed! Medjugorje is an important city for Catholics, as it is believed that the Virgin Mary made an appearance for six local children back in 1981. Since then, the city has become a popular place for pilgrimages. After visiting Medjugorje, we will continue our trip to Mostar.

Mostar is the cultural capital and center of the Herzegovina region. The city is a blend of Turkish, Croatian, Serbian, and Muslim influence, which is manifested in architecture, cuisine, souvenirs, and handicrafts. And it is exactly this mix of cultures, colors, and flavors that attracts thousands of tourists to Mostar.

The entire historical center of Mostar is a treat for history lovers, but the main attraction we will visit is the famous bridge, Stari Most (Old Bridge), which is located right in the center of the city. The bridge is 21 meters high and, during the summer, it is possible to watch a select group of divers who jump from the top of the old bridge to the river.

After exploring the old center of Mostar, we will return to Dubrovnik.

Duration: 8 – 9h
Country: Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro

Dubrovnik – Mostar – Blagaj (Bosnia And Herzegovina) – Dubrovnik

Mostar's bridge at night
Old monastery built in the mountain

Early departure from Dubrovnik, directly from your accommodation, towards Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of Croatia’s neighboring countries. Our first stop is the city of Mostar. Mostar is the cultural capital and center of the Herzegovina region. The city is a blend of Turkish, Croatian, Serbian, and Muslim influence, which is manifested in architecture, cuisine, souvenirs, and handicrafts. And it is exactly this mix of cultures, colors, and flavors that attracts thousands of tourists to Mostar. The entire historical center of Mostar is a treat for history lovers, but the main attraction we will visit is the famous bridge, Stari Most (Old Bridge), which is located right in the center of the city.

Our next stop is Blagaj, a town where the beautiful Dervish Monastery, Tekke Blagaj, is located. The monastery is more than 600 years old and it is nestled on a 200-meters-high cliff. The buildings with the elements of Ottoman and Mediterranean architecture are considered a national treasure.

After visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina, we will head back to Dubrovnik.

Duration: 8 – 9h
Country: Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro

Dubrovnik – Island of Korčula – Dubrovnik

Panoramic view of Korčula

Early departure from Dubrovnik, directly from your accommodation, towards the Island of Korčula. The journey from Dubrovnik to Korčula lasts approximately 3 hours. The relaxing ride includes 120 km by car and 15 minutes by ferry. On your way, you will have a beautiful view of the wineries on the Pelješac peninsula.

Upon our arrival to Korčula, we will explore the historical center of the city where, it is believed, the famous Italian explorer Marco Polo was born. In your free time, you can visit his family house or the Marco Polo Museum, as well as the St. Mark’s Cathedral and the Sea Gate.

At the end of our tour, we will return to Dubrovnik.

Duration: 9 – 10h
Country: Croatia

Dubrovnik (passeio de barco)

Many different types of boats in the sea

We will meet in the old port of Dubrovnik, just outside the city walls, at the marked point. There are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to boat trips. One of the interesting ways to explore the region is to take an old medieval boat, made of wood!

It is possible to book a private tour or group tour; day trip or half-day trip. There is also a tour which will let you enjoy the sunset on the high seas!

Contact us and we’ll help you plan your perfect trip!

Day trips from Dubrovnik was last modified: January 8th, 2019 by Marilia Oliveira

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