The popular Dubrovnik Card will be spreading its offer with a range of new options announced at a press conference held today in Dubrovnik. “We want the entire region, from Prevlaka in the south to Ston in the north, from the islands of Mljet and Korcula to benefit from the Dubrovnik Card,” commented the mayor of Dubrovnik, Andro Vlahusic.
The Dubrovnik Card is a city card that allows visitors entry into museums, travel on public buses and entrance to the city, amongst many other benefits and is available in a one-day, three-day and seven-day format. Until now the card had only concentrated on the actual city of Dubrovnik but now that offer has been enlarged. Konavle will now have many attractions that will be included inside the card, including the Vlaho Bukovac Home.
“The whole region has always been historically linked, and now with the extended offer of the Dubrovnik City Card guests can experience the richness of the city and the whole region at a reasonable price,” concluded the mayor. He added that next year the Dubrovnik City Card will be the first in the world to offer travel insurance.
The new daily card will now include five museums, two galleries, the city walls, the Franciscan monastery and a 24-hour bus ticket for use inside the city limits. A three-day ticket will include all of this, plus the Vlaho Bukovac Home, six city bus tickets and two suburban bus tickets, whilst the seven-day card will include ten city bus tickets and four suburban tickets. A three-day ticket also includes a 30 percent discount on the Racic Mausoleum, the Lokrum Reserve and the Dubrovnik Summer Festival. The seven-day ticket includes discounts for Mljet and greater discounts for Lokrum and the Dubrovnik Summer Festival.