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Free Tours of Dubrovnik for Winter Tourists

Free tours all winter (photo credit: Chensiyuan under CC)

Free tours all winter (photo credit: Chensiyuan under CC)

The Dubrovnik Tourist Board will once again organise free tours of the city for tourists who visit during the winter months as it aims to stimulate tourists outside of the traditional busy summer season.

The free tours of the Old City will start this Saturday 5 November 2016 and run until March 2017. Tours, which will be conducted in English, will start at 10:00 am in front of TIC, Pile, Brsalje 5.

To sign up for a free tour all you need to do is call a day in advance (Friday) until 18:00 on +38520312011 to book your spot. You can also email: [email protected] to sign up for a tour.

The tour will finish will a free performance from folklore ensemble Linđo in front of The Church of St. Blaise. If there is rain the tours will not go ahead. The tours are part of the programme of the Dubrovnik Winter Festival, the Tourist Board stated.

Dubrovnik's main street (photo credit: Bizutage under CC)

Dubrovnik’s main street (photo credit: Bizutage under CC)

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