The Dubrovnik Tourist Board organized free tours of the city in Croatian and English for all visitors to Dubrovnik this morning.
Despite the bad weather, the tours of Dubrovnik were attended by about sixty guests, mostly of Croatian nationality, who are spending this weekend in Dubrovnik and are accommodated in one of the twelve open Dubrovnik hotels.
Due to epidemiological measures, the city tours are organized with a limited number of participants in several groups. The tourist board presented the participants with a face-mask and wet wipe, as well as a traditional painted Easter egg. And the Dubrovnik guides introduced the guests of Dubrovnik to the special benefits offered during this period.
During the Easter holidays, the City of Dubrovnik and the Tourist Board of the City of Dubrovnik, in cooperation with the cultural institutions of the City of Dubrovnik, offer discounts and benefits for domestic and foreign visitors from April 3 to 12. The Dubrovnik Museums, the Marin Držić Home, the Natural History Museum, the Homeland War Museum, the Dubrovnik Art Gallery and the Lazareti are free.
Also, by purchasing two or more Dubrovnik cards, you get one Dubrovnik card for free. The ticket price for the Trsteno Arboretum has been dropped to 30 Kuna.
“The goal of these benefits is to attract tourists, especially domestic ones, to spend the spring holidays in Dubrovnik. Despite the epidemiological measures, Dubrovnik will certainly provide a unique experience to all visitors this Easter,” said the Dubrovnik Tourist Board.