Multi-day Tours and Trips from Grad Dubrovnik

Multi-day Tours and Trips from Grad Dubrovnik

The idyllic medieval city of Dubrovnik has quickly become one of the top destinations in the world. Game of Thrones might have put the city back on the map but its stunning coastline and treasured setting keep it there.

But this is only the beginning and all around Dubrovnik are equally worthwhile destinations. Multi-day tours from Dubrovnik can take you to other top locations in Croatia or to neighboring countries to experience more of this diverse corner of the world.

Here is what you can look forward to on various multi-day trips from the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik.


Dubrovnik sits in the far south of Croatia and is even separated from the rest of the country with a short 20-kilometer sliver of Bosnian coastline. Why not make the most of this oddity by taking a 2-day tour from Dubrovnik to Mostar, Počitelj and Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

You can discover the treasures of Počitelj, see death-defying dives from Mostar’s Old Bridge and learn about the recent conflict at the Sarajevo Tunnel Museum. Top it off with a fascinating walking tour of Sarajevo’s old town and a stay at a 3- or 5-star hotel and you have a winning combination on hand.

2-day trips

Two days also gives you enough time to head south of Dubrovnik to the capital of Albania, Tirana. On this 2-day tour from Dubrovnik you can see the traditional wooden houses of Krujë and tour through historic Tirana before spending the night at the charming lakefront town of Schkodra.

The return journey takes you past Montenegro’s towns of Budva and Kotor with sweeping views over the bay of Kotor.

If you want to gain even more from your Dalmatian experience, book a luxury experience on a sailboat to Ston. The leisurely adventure takes you 50 km up the coast to Ston to discover the antique treasures of this noble town.

Along the way, you can snorkel in the clear Adriatic water or sunbathe on deck. Spend the night sleeping on the boat and visit the charming town of Kobas and the beautiful Marculeti Beach on the way back.

3-day trips

If you have a little more time to spare, a 3-day trip from Dubrovnik is the perfect addition to your holiday. Stay 2 nights in Mostar, the jewel of southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, and dive into the historic and natural gifts the area has to offer.

This jam-packed tour takes you to Medjugorje, Buna Spring, Blagaj Tekke, and Kravice Waterfalls and includes a local guide, comfortable transportation and accommodation.

For a more varied experience, combine a transfer from Dubrovnik to Zagreb with a comprehensive 3-day tour. Travel up the coast of Croatia and visit Mostar on the way to Split.

Spend two nights in Split exploring Diocletian's palace and the city’s old streets before setting off for Rastoke. After seeing the charming town you will visit Croatia’s most revered natural phenomenon, Plitvice Lakes National Park, with all its waterfalls and lakes.

You will arrive in Zagreb in the late afternoon and the tour includes a drop-off at your accommodation.

4-day trips

Having 4 days to spare during your stay in Dubrovnik means you can travel slowly and take in many more sites and sounds. The most luxurious 4-day trip from Dubrovnik involves you, a catamaran and the open sea.

Board the Huck Finn Catamaran and visit the islands and coastline that few tourists have the privilege of seeing.

A few of the stops include Ston with its impressive ancient walls, the Elaphiti Islands, dotted with ancient villages and the verdant Mljet Island National Park. On top of that, you will have your pick of activities like cycling, snorkeling, stand up paddle boarding, swimming or just lazing on the deck.

If you prefer to keep your feet on dry land, perhaps you would like a 4-day tour from Dubrovnik to Valbona Valley National Park.

Day one starts with hotel pickup in Dubrovnik and a drive to Kotor. After a quick stop, you will venture on to Shkodra in Albania to spend the night. You will venture deeper into the wilderness and enjoy smashing views of the Albanian Alps along the way.

On day three you will conquer Valbona pass and head towards Theth on a mighty 8-hour trek. On the way back to Dubrovnik you will stop at one more delightful sight, Grunasi Waterfall.

Four days also gives you enough time for a whirlwind tour of the Balkans. A small group tour of only 8 participants visits Montenegro, Albania and Kosovo, hitting all the highlights in each country.

In Montenegro, you will visit Kotor in its secluded enclave and Budva with its renowned beaches. The best place to visit in Kosovo is Prizren, its cultural capital. It was once a crossroad between the Byzantine and Ottoman empires and its historic roots are still prevalent all over.

The tour also visits Albania’s capital, Tirana, and the mountain cities of Shkodra and Kruja.