Dubrovnik – World destination

 Dubrovnik is in trend for centuries! Doesn’t matter whether you’ve already been here or it is your first time, you will get to know a lot of interesting things about the city that has been under the protection of UNESCO for almost 50 years!


During the one-day tour with AVE Tours travel agency we are discovering the beauty of the ancient city where history and art perfectly intertwine with a lot of interesting details about the life of Dubrovnik.

Dubrovnik is especially well characterized by its magical ability to return back its visitors no matter how many times they have been here and have seen one of the most beautiful cities on the Mediterranean coast.

Dubrovnik is by some known as Ragusa, once a republic of one city, and by the lovers of the famous “Game of Thrones” series – as King’s Landing, city of Westeros. It is in the list of TOP 10 travel destinations of Europe, and tourists from all over the world come to Dubrovnik that is interesting, inspiring and charming throughout all 12 months of the year.

Dubrovnik u TOP 10 turističkih destinacija svijeta

Dubrovnik in the TOP 10 tourist destinations in the world

Dubrovnik Ulaz od ploča Pixabay

Dubrovnik – Entrance from Ploče 

Dubrovnik has two faces – one for the busy summer and the other for the cozy winter when, as the locals say, the city is in a state of relaxation. Both are particularly enchanting.

The main street of Dubrovnik is called Stradun, the most attractive street right in the center of the Old City. The Stradun Street divides the Old Town into two almost equal parts – the southern and the northern. It stretches from one gate to another. The Stradun can be entered from the Pile Gate from the side of the new Dubrovnik, or from the Ploče Gate next to the old port.

How was Dubrovnik positioning itself on the prestigious world map throughout the history and why is it today one of the TOP travel destinations?

The power of human wisdom one can definitely feel in Dubrovnik.

It was a city where natural resources were limited and the sea was the main source of existence. Knowing that, the locals have chosen to be engaged with maritime activities and trade. In the 15th century the fleet of Dubrovnik counted about 200 ships. The port of Dubrovnik – the gates of the Balkans – conducts transportation and trade around the entire Mediterranean area, from the Asia Minor and Africa coasts to the Atlantic. The city was always well connected with the European countries by trade relations and transport links, especially with Italian ports and cities.

Cultural life and art were developing in the economically strong Dubrovnik, and nowadays hundreds of thousands of people enjoy the works of artists that have left their mark in this beautiful city.

Dubrovnik Marina

Port of Dubrovnik – “Gate to the Balkans”

In 1979 the Old City of Dubrovnik has been included in the UNESCO world heritage list as the museum city and the most significant tourist attraction in Yugoslavia. You will see why many travelers from different parts of the world have highlighted that Dubrovnik old city walls are among the most beautiful in Europe. They were built when the city has been founded, and their significance is priceless.

The first thing that will astonish you is those monumental city walls that protect the old city of Dubrovnik from all sides stretching for more than 2 km. They encircle the city and are one of the most beautiful city walls in Europe.

One more interesting thing about Dubrovnik is that the Old City has less than 1000 residents, but the number of people visiting it every year is thousand times higher.

Dubrovnik posjećuju turisti iz cijeloga svijeta

Dubrovnik is visited by tourists from all over the world

Those who visit it once will see… and know why the Old City of Dubrovnik is so attractive and interesting. Find out too!

Details & Itinerary


1. Group meeting in front of the Topolica sports hall at 7:00 a.m.

2. Driving towards the Debeli Brijeg border crossing. Coffee break before crossing the border.

3. Photo break at Vidikovac.

4. Tour of the Old Town of Dubrovnik according to the program with a local tourist guide.

5. Free time to walk around the city.

6. Organized trip to the shopping center.

8. Return to Montenegro.

The excursion lasts about 12 hours

Private tours iare not available

Group tours available

Note – we realize this trip from Bar and Ulcinj. With agreement, it is possible to receive passengers in Budva, Tivat, Kotor and Herceg Novi. For any additional information, contact us – your satisfaction is our goal!

A minimum of 40 passengers is required for the excursion!

Mapa Dubrovnika

City plan of the Old Town of Dubrovnik

Price information

Private Tour

Check the price list for private tours

Private tours are not available

Costs included in the price

  • Transportation by tourist class bus
  • Companion from Agency
  • City sightseeing
  • Licensed guide in Dubrovnik
  • Organizational costs
Group Tour

from €39 per person

A minimum of 40 people is required for the excursion.

The price does not include

  • Individual costs


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