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Read what other Viator travelers think about the Dubrovnik Shore Excursion: Private Tour of Dubrovnik and Cavtat. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next shore trip.
Reviewed by Thomas K , USA, August 2013
Our family of four had an excellent, stress-free experience on this private tour.
Our guide, Petra, and driver Mara(sp?) were consummate professionals.
They picked us up in a large late model van at our ship,
and we took a scenic ride to the nearby town of Cavtat.
Cavtat was as we had read about- quiet, picturesque, very clean and beautiful.
After a short tour there, we were given free time to wander about.
We were then given a walking tour of Dubrovnik. Lots to see, and loads of history.
Free time was spent getting local fare for Lunch.
Petra has a wealth of knowledge, and was a very pleasant guide.
She did not rush, was patient with any questions, and her English was perfect.
You get what you pay for here.
We highly recommend this tour!
T. Kester and family, New York USA
Reviewed by Annette L , August 2013
Our tour guide was very pleasant to be with, extremely informative. She was always responsive to questions and made every effort to make sure we saw and she explained about important sights. Our guide shared the history of the area with us. We were very comfortable with her and appreciative of her effort.
Reviewed by Neville B , June 2013
Our tour was on a Sunday and we could not telephone the Viator office as requested to confirm the meeting point. Eventually another tour operator phoned our guide and brought her to meet us at the Port Office. We set off in a black mercedes along the beautiful coastal road towards Cavtat, stopping for photographs at a picturesque location, and proceeded along the journey, learning the history of Croatia and Dubrovnik in particular. Our guide was very proud of the history of her country and answered our many questions. At Cavtat we were given free time to enjoy this gorgeous, unspoiled small coastal port. We strolled for over an hour along the waterfront, in and out of two churches, up and around the hillside bordering the sea. Cavtat was spotlessly clean and it was evident that the townspeople took great pride in keeping it this way. The walkway was magnificent, with the restaurants and shops set back a little. They were handy but not in your face. Quaint eating places and ice ...
Reviewed by Margaret M , September 2012
How fortunate we were to have just a knowledgeable guide who obviously loved her country and could not do enough for us. As this was our first excursion and first time to Croatia it was a wonderful introduction. The driver and the guide met us on time and we were certainly made to feel that very important. This was a great day.