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Starting with a walking tour of Dubrovnik Old Town and ending with a stroll around its City Walls, this guided visit of Dubrovnik leaves no stone unturned.
The medieval walled town of Dubrovnik was built to be shut down for an extended period of time in case of an attack or an epidemic. In order to survive if the need arose, very early on Dubrovnik had a sewer, running water, a pharmacy, granary and other epitomes of advanced civilizations. After meeting your guide at Pile gate, you will explore this UNESCO World heritage site before climbing the city walls. An unparalleled vantage point, the walls deliver a unique perspective onto the treasures so worth protecting.
48,00 €


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Sunday, 05 February 2017 17:52

City Walls Walking Tour from Dubrovnik

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DESCRIPTION

Starting with a walking tour of Dubrovnik Old Town and ending with a stroll around its City Walls, this guided visit of Dubrovnik leaves no stone unturned.
The medieval walled town of Dubrovnik was built to be shut down for an extended period of time in case of an attack or an epidemic. In order to survive if the need arose, very early on Dubrovnik had a sewer, running water, a pharmacy, granary and other epitomes of advanced civilizations. After meeting your guide at Pile gate, you will explore this UNESCO World heritage site before climbing the city walls. An unparalleled vantage point, the walls deliver a unique perspective onto the treasures so worth protecting.
48,00 €

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Dubrovnik city walls protected the freedom and safety of a “civilised” and “sophisticated” republic that flourished in peace and prosperity for five centuries.

Dubrovnik city walls run uninterrupted from 1940 meters (6,360 ft). Maximum height is around 25 meters. Built from 7th – 17th and defined in 14th century. Built with limestone. Well preserved and almost intact due to the extraordinary Dubrovnik (Republic of Ragusa) diplomacy. Open to public daily from 9am – 7pm. Old city of Dubrovnik with Dubrovnik ramparts is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

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