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Guided tour of Dubrovnik

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# Trip

Guided tour of Dubrovnik

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Description

The former Republic of Ragusa is famous for its medieval walls and its wide variety of historical architecture.

We'll visit the Dominican Friary, its lovely Gothic cloister, and its extraordinary museum of religious art - with several valuable paintings, including a triptych by Nikola Bozidarevic depicting Dubrovnik before the great earthquake of 1667. We'll then see the Rector's Palace*, once the seat of the government and now a museum housing furniture, portraits, coats of arms, paintings, coins, and the original keys to the city gates. We'll also visit the cathedral which keeps in its core gold and silver reliquaries as well as paintings from Titian’s workshop, before moving on to the Onofrio Fountains and Sponza Palace, a superb Gothic-Renaissance structure.

Duration : approx. 3:45

  • Good walking shoes are recommended.
  • The order of the visits can change.
  • Times are approximate.
  • *The Rector’s Palace will be closed for renovation until June 1st, 2018. We will visit the Franciscan Monastery instead.

Cruises

This shore excursion is available for one or several cruises

Discover Lisbon, Porto and the Douro Valley (port-to-port cruise)

PLI

LISBON - PORTO - REGUA - PINHAO - PORTO ANTIGO - PORTO - Guimarães - PORTO

Lisbon is a city of incomparable beauty, marked by a rich history and a great culture. Pastel houses, blue waters and trams that evoke San Francisco will captivate you. The Portuguese capital is a city that has crossed history with brilliance, perfect combination of a rich past that gives it its charm and attractive modernity. You will enjoy 3 days in Lisbon before joining the POB cruise in the heart of Portugal.

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