Private Day Trips from Dubrovnik

Get the most out of your vacation by visiting some of the most popular destinations while in Dubrovnik!

Adria Luxury Travel offers many day trips from Dubrovnik available throughout Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro.  All excursions are full-day private trips and include a driver who will be able to give you some general information about the area that you are visiting, as well as answer any questions that you may have.

These excursions may accommodate both individuals and groups, and provide you with an exciting day with plenty to see and do.  Based on the number of participants, we will recommend a luxury vehicle for you, ranging from luxury sedans to buses.  Should you wish to have a tour guide available to tell you about the history of any of these locations, as well as show you the main attractions, we are able to organize that as well, both in English or your native language.

All of our private excursions are available for departure and return based on your convenience.  Should you wish to spend a bit more time visiting a certain attraction, feel free, as there are no time limitations; your driver will be patiently waiting.

If you wish to see a destination not listed, please visit our tailor-made section for more information about how Adria Luxury Travel is able to design a trip especially made for you.

 

BELOW YOU CAN VIEW A LIST OF OUR PRIVATE LAND EXCURSIONS:

With this popular private walking tour, come to know the city of Dubrovnik and get acquainted with its stunning architecture and magnificant buildings, palaces and other treasures located within the city walls. With an experienced private guide to lead you…
Enjoy a scentic ride over the border to the beautiful country of Montenegro. Situated on the coast line are Budva, St. Stephen (˝Sveti Stefan˝), Kotor and the small and unique island of Our Lady of the Rocks, where there is…
Located in the inlands of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar is known for its Old Bridge, which it is essentially named after, as it translates to ˝Bridge˝.  A true miracle of architecture of its time when built by the Ottomans in…
Perfect for wine lovers who are interested in learning about wines from the Southern Dalmatian region, this private tour explores one of the most famous Croatian wine regions. Visiting Peljesac Peninsula allows for the opportunity to meet friendly wine producers,…
One of the most romantic island cities in Croatia, Korcula island is one of the top destinations for tourists that cruise the Adriatic. According to legend, it was founded by the Trojan hero Antenor, and was home to the Mesolithic…
Highly agriculturally rich with thirty villages scattered throughout, the Konavle region is located at the southernmost point of Croatia.  With fertile land now covered with everything from vineyards to fruit trees to vegetables, this region once tremendously contributed to the…
Known for being one of the most popular prayer centers in the world, Medjugorje is the perfect destination for anyone looking for a spiritual experience.  Located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, this small village has been visited by millions of people…
A pleasant ride to the ancient town of Ston in a luxury vehicle is a pleasant escape from the busy city of Dubrovnik.  Located on the Peljesac Peninsula, this historical town is famous for several reasons and thus a popular…
The city of Split is famous for its 1700 year old Diocletian's Palace, home to the Roman emperor and his military.  Although resembling a fortress, the ˝palace˝ is enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage site due to it being one…
Situated in the center of Dalmatia, Krka National Park is a spacious, largely unchanged region covering an area of just over 142 square kilometers.  The Skradinski Buk waterfalls, one of the most beautiful in Europe, are located within the park. …
One of the most historically interesting cities in Europe, and the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo overflows with cultural heritage. Home to Roman Catholics, Orthodox Christians, and Bosnian Muslims who have lived and warred in this city, it is…
Founded in 1949, the oldest National Park in Southeast Europe and largest and most famous in Croatia, Plitvice National Park is a shrine of nature that can't be missed.  Located in central Croatia, this UNESCO protected area is visted by over…