Panorama Dubrovnik & Cavtat Tour


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If photos are a vacation priority for you, you won’t want to miss this panoramic private tour, with stops for all the best views of Dubrovnik and Cavtat and free time to explore this historic coastal city too. Your private driver will collect you, take you to Franjo Tuđman Bridge, Mt. Srđ (Srd Hill), and the Ombla River, then drive you to Cavtat with photo stops at two viewpoints.

  • Capture the best photos of both Dubrovnik and Cavtat in one half-day tour
  • Get fresh angles on Dubrovnik, a city many only see from inside
  • Shoot stunning seaside vistas in Cavtat, a gorgeous Adriatic city
  • Save time and stress with private transfers direct from your door


  • Private transportation
  • Bottled water
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • WiFi on board

Tour Plan

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  1. Franjo Tuđman Bridge

    From the terrace, you can see the turquoise waters of the Rijeka Dubrovačka bay stretching out in front of you. The bay is surrounded by steep cliffs and rocky hills, covered in lush Mediterranean vegetation. On the right side of the bridge, you can see the new city of Dubrovnik, Lapad and cruise ship terminal in the Port Gruž. On the left side of the bridge, you can see the rolling hills of the Dubrovnik countryside, dotted with small villages and olive groves. In the distance, you can see the majestic Mount Srđ, which offers another spectacular viewpoint of the city. Overall, the view from the terrace of the Dr. Franjo Tuđman Bridge is a perfect combination of natural beauty and historic charm, offering a unique perspective on one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

    30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free 
  2. Ombla

    The Ombla River is unique in many ways. It is the shortest river in the world to have a delta, and it is also one of the few underground rivers that flow above ground. The river is fed by underground springs, which keep the water temperature constant throughout the year, making it a popular spot for swimming and fishing. The Ombla River is also of great historical and cultural significance. In the past, the river was used to power numerous mills and other water-powered machinery. Today, you can still see the remains of some of these old mills and the impressive waterfalls that were created to power them. The river and its surroundings are also home to a wide range of flora and fauna. The area around the Ombla River is a protected natural reserve, and it is home to a variety of fish, birds, and other animals. Overall, the Ombla River is a beautiful and unique natural wonder, offering visitors a chance to explore the beauty and history of this fascinating region of Croatia.

    30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
  3. Mount Srđ

    The view from the postcard view point at Srđ Hill in Dubrovnik is absolutely stunning and is considered to be one of the best viewpoints in the city. From the top of the hill, you can see the entire city of Dubrovnik, the Adriatic Sea, and the surrounding countryside. Looking towards the city, you can see the distinctive red-tiled roofs of the Old Town, the impressive city walls, and the many churches and palaces that make up this historic city. The view is particularly impressive during sunset, when the warm light of the sun casts a golden glow over the city and the sea. At the top of the hill, there is a fortification called Fort Imperial, which was built during the Napoleonic Wars. Visitors can climb to the top of the fort to take in the stunning views and to learn more about the history of the area. Overall, the view from Srđ Hill is a must-see for anyone visiting Dubrovnik. It is a breathtaking reminder of the beauty and history of this unique city and its surroundings.

    30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
  4. Cavtat Old Town

    Cavtat is a charming small town, just 20 kilometers southeast of Dubrovnik. The town is situated on a scenic bay surrounded by hills covered with cypress and pine trees. It has a rich history that dates back to ancient times. Cavtat is known for its picturesque old town, which features narrow streets, quaint houses, and several historic landmarks, including the 15th-century Rector’s Palace and the baroque Church of St. Nicholas. Cavtat is a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors who are looking for a more relaxed and peaceful alternative to the bustling city of Dubrovnik. 45 minutes • Admission Ticket Free 5 Lookout Gray Falcon Wonderful view of the whole Cavtav, Ćilipi Airport and part of Dubrovnik from highest view point in area

    30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

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