When you are done with exploring the old town, you’ll find that have a number of day trips from Dubrovnik to choose, such as trips to nearby islands including Korcula and the Elafiti islands as well as trips to other towns along the coastline and even trips to other countries.
Be amazed by the beauty of Montenegro on a day trip from Dubrovnik to some of the country’s main towns and sites. Take in views of the Župa Dubrovacka and Konavle valleys on a scenic drive along the beautiful Bay of Kotor (Boka Kotorska) and take a guided visit to the charming town of Perast. Enjoy an optional boat trip to Our Lady of the Rocks island and continue with a walking tour and free time in Kotor on the Adriatic Coast. Admire views of the Sveti Stefan islet on the way to Budva before relaxing on a ferry ride back to Dubrovnik.
Experience the best of Bosnia and Herzegovina on a day trip to the country's main cities, including Mostar and Medjugorje. Leave Dubrovnik behind and visit Bosnia's only coastal town, Neum, and continue to Pocitelj, whose city center is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit Pocitelj with your guide and see sights like the Haji-Ali Mosque and Sahat-kula. Next, spend time in Medjugorje, an important spiritual location for the Catholic world. Continue to Mostar and witness the town's mixed cultural background and historical sites, like Mostar's Old Bridge, before returning to Dubrovnik.
Spend a day cruising around Croatia's pretty Elafiti Islands aboard a replica of a historical galleon. Sail from Dubrovnik around the sun-baked archipelago and enjoy free time to explore the islands of Koločep, Lopud and Šipan. A traditional Croatian lunch with live folk music is also included!
Head to the Peljesac Peninsula with a private guide on an action-packed day trip from Dubrovnik! Stretching alongside Peljesac Channel, which separates mainland Croatia from Korcula Island, the postcard-perfect peninsula boasts a fertile landscape that produces high quality wine, salt and seafood. Visit the coastal town of Ston to see the so-called great Wall of Croatia and an old salt factory, and then check out three family-run wineries or perhaps a coastal fish farm. The itinerary is flexible and can be tailored to your interests.
Lying on a small peninsula on the island of the same name, surrounded by city walls and fortresses, Korcula is one of the most beautiful medieval cities on the Adriatic Coast. The town is also the supposed birthplace of Marco Polo, the famous explorer. Tour the charming streets and squares, with their Renaissance palaces and the magnificent St Mark Cathedral, named for the city’s patron saint.
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King's Landing Dubrovnik is an enthusiast website for viewers and fans of Game of Thrones, the television adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series of fantasy novels, to find all the best filming locations in the City of Dubrovnik in Croatia. This web site is not in any way associated with the official Game of Thrones web site.