Dubrovnik, also known as ""The Pearl of the Adriatic"", is a perfectly preserved medieval city with huge sturdy stone walls built between the 11th and 17th centuries for protection and that back in those years, it used to rival Venice as a trading port.
On this live virtual tour, you will take a stroll down the quaint narrow streets of Dubrovnik’s picturesque Old Town through its impressive surroundings while hearing its tales and history that only a local professional tour guide can tell.
You will see:
Pile Gate, the grand entrance to Dubrovnik's old town, complete with drawbridge and Renaissance arch.
Onofrio’s Fountain, built as a part of the water supply system in the 15th century that was once a vital water source for the town's people.
The Franciscan church, the third oldest public pharmacy in Europe from the 13th century
St. Blaise’s church, Dubrovnik's saint patron, and hear his story about him and traditional procession held on his feast day
Orlando’s column, a 600-year-old column carved in honour of the legendary knight Orlando, who saved Dubrovnik from a siege by Arab pirates in the 8th century
Sponza palace - state mint and customs house in middle ages
City Belltower, a beautiful landmark of the Old Town with a bell struck by two bronze men
Revelin fortress, created to give additional security to the Eastern city gate
Old Quarantine founded as the first quarantine in Europe in the 14th century
Fortress of St. John
Cathedral of Our Lady that counted with a Lionheart’s donation for the construction of this 12th-century cathedral
Rector’s palace, a harmonious combination of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance architecture."