Dubrovnik—the Pearl of the Adriatic is “a living fairy tale that shouldn't be missed.”
Dubrovnik—located on Croatia's Riviera along the Adriatic Sea, is one of the world's most beautiful fortified cities. Massive medieval walls curve around a tiny harbor and encompass a sea of orange-tiled roofs and copper domes. The Old City—parts of which date from the 11th century—is mostly intact and we'll find an 800-year-old Gothic church and Europe's oldest pharmacy. Add in a warm southern climate, endless blue skies and the crystal-clear sea and Dubrovnik is captivating. We've included full-day tours to Montenegro—with visits to Kotor and Perast, and the island of Korcula—with its vineyards, olive groves and small villages.
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- Round-trip regularly scheduled Lufthansa flights (or similar) from Boston to Dubrovnik, via a connecting city
- Five nights' four-star accommodations: Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik Hotel or Valamar Argosy Hotel
- Seven meals: five breakfasts, Welcome and Farewell dinners
- Escorted, private, round-trip airport/hotel transfers
Referred to as Buža, or `hole in the wall', these bars are cut into the seafacing cliffs that support Dubrovnik's city walls, offering incredible views of the Adriatic. Buža I can be found near the Azur restaurant, Buža II by a sign saying `Cold Drinks With The Most Beautiful View'. ADDRESSES:
Buža I, Ispod Mira 12; Buža II, Crijevićeva 9.
Average Minimum and Maximum Temperatures in Dubrovnik, Croatia
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PRICING AND DEPOSIT
Prices are per person, based on double occupancy. Single supplement is $150. Fuel surcharge, taxes and fees subject to change. Passport required. Per person deposit is $600. Additional deposit may be required at time of air ticket purchase.