MUSEUMS OF DUBROVNIK TOUR

Let me tell you a secret. It is possible to do a tour in Dubrovnik without Game of Thrones! This is a perfect Dubrovnik sightseeing tour for history and culture enthusiasts. According to personal preferences you can choose the direction for this walk through the museums of Dubrovnik.

DID YOU KNOW?

The Republic of Dubrovnik had one of the biggest trading fleets in Europe. Sailors and ships went to every corner of the known world with the flag of Dubrovnik’s patron saint – Saint Blaise.

IS THIS TOUR FOR ME?

If all you want is to learn about the culture and history of my fascinating city then this is the tour for you.

Are you interested in the story of the Jewish ghetto? Take a look at the Jewish Tour.

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DURATION

2 – 3 hours

LOCATION

Old Town Dubrovnik

To understand the reasons behind Dubrovnik’s glorious past, Rector’s palace is a must visit.  It was the center of political and legal system in the past, so in one palace you can learn about rectors, senators and judges and about those who were living at the bottom of society in prison.

Wondering how everyday life in the Republic of Dubrovnik looked like? Then the Rupe Museum is the place for you. Rupe in Croatian means “holes” and they were used as storage units for grain. You can see what a typical household looked like and also learn about the fascinating technology of the 16th century which kept grain in perfect condition all year.

If you would like to learn about Dubrovnik sailors, who still provide income for many families in Dubrovnik, then you must visit the Dubrovnik Maritime Museum. Located in Saint John’s fortress, this museum will offer you answers to all your questions about maritime traditions in Dubrovnik until the 20th century.

Looking for a place that is not on every tourist’s list? Try the Tower Gornji ugao (Upper corner). This hidden gem is hard to find but worth visiting. You’ll start the tour walking through lower part of the Minčeta fortress and learning about the defense system and storage of water located nearby and then you’ll go even lower to visit the fascinating site of the old foundry where all canons and arms for the city were made. During the summer heat it’s also a perfect getaway from the sun since you’ll feel like someone turned on the air conditioning.

There are plenty of monasteries in the world but not all of them can be the proud home of the oldest pharmacy in Europe! Visit the Franciscan monastery of Dubrovnik. After a walk through the history of the monastery, important monks and their work in medicine, you can visit the pharmacy near the entrance of the museum that has been open for centuries and that still makes face creams using old recipes.

Our guide Natasha was a true PRO, she was informative and gave us a nice historic overview of Dubrovnik.

Nikita (Viator)

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MUSEUMS OF DUBROVNIK TOUR

Let me tell you a secret. It is possible to do a tour in Dubrovnik without Game of Thrones! This is a perfect Dubrovnik sightseeing tour for history and culture enthusiasts. According to personal preferences you can choose the direction for this walk through the museums of Dubrovnik.

DID YOU KNOW?

The Republic of Dubrovnik had one of the biggest trading fleets in Europe. Sailors and ships went to every corner of the known world with the flag of Dubrovnik’s patron saint – Saint Blaise.

IS THIS TOUR FOR ME?

If all you want is to learn about the culture and history of my fascinating city then this is the tour for you.

Are you interested in the story of the Jewish ghetto? Take a look at the Jewish Tour.

Our guide Natasha was a true PRO, she was informative and gave us a nice historic overview of Dubrovnik.

Nikita (Viator)

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DURATION

2-3 hours

LOCATION

Old Town Dubrovnik

To understand the reasons behind Dubrovnik’s glorious past, Rector’s palace is a must visit.  It was a center of the political and legal system in the past, so in one palace you can learn about rectors, senators and judges and about those who were living at the bottom of society in prison.

Wondering how everyday life in the Republic of Dubrovnik looked like? Then the Rupe Museum is the place for you. Rupe in Croatian means “holes” and they were used as storage units for grain. You can see what a typical household looked like and also learn about fascinating technology of the 16th century which kept grain in perfect condition all year.

If you would like to learn about Dubrovnik sailors, who still provide income for many families in Dubrovnik, then you must visit the Dubrovnik Maritime Museum. Located in Saint John’s fortress this museum will offer you answers to all your questions about maritime traditions in Dubrovnik until the 20th century.

Looking for a place that is not on every tourist’s list? Try the Tower Gornji ugao (Upper corner). This hidden gem is hard to find but worth visiting. You’ll start the tour walking through lower part of the Minčeta fortress and learning about the defense system and storage of water located nearby and then you’ll go even lower to visit the fascinating site of the old foundry where all canons and arms for the city were made. During the summer heat it’s also a perfect getaway from the sun since you’ll feel like someone turned on the air conditioning.

There are plenty of monasteries in the world but not all of them can be the proud home of 3rd oldest pharmacy in Europe! Visit the Franciscan monastery of Dubrovnik. After a walk through the history of the monastery, important monks and their work in medicine, you can visit the pharmacy near the entrance of the museum that has been open for centuries and that still makes face creams using old recipes.

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MUSEUMS OF DUBROVNIK TOUR

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DURATION

3 hours

LOCATION

Old Town Dubrovnik

Let me tell you a secret. It is possible to do a tour in Dubrovnik without Game of Thrones! This is a perfect Dubrovnik sightseeing tour for history and culture enthusiasts. According to personal preferences you can choose the direction for this walk through the museums of Dubrovnik.

DID YOU KNOW?

Republic of Dubrovnik had one of the biggest trading fleets in Europe. Sailors and ships went to every corner of the known world with the flag of Dubrovnik’s patron saint – Saint Blaise.

IS THIS TOUR FOR ME?

If all you want is to learn about the culture and history of my fascinating city then this is the tour for you.

To understand the reasons behind Dubrovnik’s glorious past, Rector’s palace is a must visit.  It was a center of the political and legal system in the past, so in one palace you can learn about rectors, senators and judges and about those who were living at the bottom of society in prison.

Wondering how everyday life in the Republic of Dubrovnik looked like? Then the Rupe Museum is the place for you. Rupe in Croatian means “holes” and they were used as storage units for grain. You can see what a typical household looked like and also learn about the fascinating technology of the 16th century which kept grain in perfect condition all year.

If you would like to learn about Dubrovnik sailors, who still provide income for many families in Dubrovnik, then you must visit the Dubrovnik Maritime Museum. Located in Saint John’s fortress this museum will offer you answers to all your questions about maritime traditions in Dubrovnik until the 20th century.

Looking for a place that is not on every tourist’s list? Try the Tower Gornji ugao (Upper corner). This hidden gem is hard to find but worth visiting. You’ll start the tour walking through the lower part of the Minčeta fortress and learning about the defense system and storage of water located nearby and then you’ll go even lower to visit the fascinating site of the old foundry where all canons and arms for the city were made. During the summer heat it’s also a perfect getaway from the sun since you’ll feel like someone turned on the air conditioning.

There are plenty of monasteries in the world but not all of them can be the proud home of 3rd oldest pharmacy in Europe! Visit the Franciscan monastery of Dubrovnik. After a walk through the history of the monastery, important monks and their work in medicine, you can visit the pharmacy near the entrance of the museum that has been open for centuries and that still makes face creams using old recipes.

Are you interested in the story of the Jewish ghetto?

Take a look at the Jewish Tour.

Our guide Natasha was a true PRO, she was informative and gave us a nice historic overview of Dubrovnik.

Nikita (Viator)

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