Meet and Greet – Taxi Budva to Dubrovnik 115€
Book a vehicle of your choosing online. Your dedicated driver will wait for you with a name sign, so you won’t lose a minute.
Don’t be afraid you would end up paying more than you expected. Pay a fixed, all-inclusive price, beginning from 115€, and travel from Budva to Dubrovnik comfortably and safely for around two and a half hours with a reliable and experienced driver, fluent in English and ready to tell you whatever you want to know about the surroundings or to stop the car if you want to take some photos or look around,Taxi Budva to Dubrovnik 115€.
If you have a ton of baggage or came in a bigger company, a mini-van or a van will wait for you, and make your trip from Budva to Dubrovnik even comfier.
Things to do, places to see in Dubrovnik
Those who seek paradise on Earth should see Dubrovnik. – George Bernard Shaw
Dubrovnik might ring a bell as one of the most well-known tourist destinations in this part of the world, where you can bump into a celebrity or two in any moment. For younger visitors, or those who are epic fantasy buffs, King’s Landing probably rings a bell even more.
That’s right. A huge portion of the mega-popular series “Game of Thrones” was filmed in this ancient city. You can actually take a “GoT” tour and take Cersei Lanister’s walk of shame through the city market and tiny little streets to the Red Keep, see the walls of the castle from outside, visit Tyrion Lanister’s bedroom (which actually has a board with his name on it). The ancient and huge fort Lovrijenac was the setting of Jeoffrey’s wedding ceremony, along with many bloody events that followed.
The lavish Trsteno Arboretum from the 15th century probably doesn’t mean much to you now, even if we tell you that it is the oldest arboretum (botanical garden) in this part of the world. It will surely mean a lot more when you learn that it was used as the setting for the Red Keep palace gardens. Take a walk around and remember all of the intrigues that happened here. You may even fancy seeing Varis’ little birds around.
Mix your knowledge of the series’ fictional stories with the actual chronicles of the city’s rich history as the most important cultural center of the region, where arts, crafts, trade, shipping, and navy have thrived for centuries.
Dubrovnik was a self-governed city-state that was the oasis of renaissance and baroque, cultural movements which hardly even existed in the Ottoman-ruled Balkans. The traces of those eras are left everywhere, so you’ll feel as if you were in a time machine, immersed in an atmosphere that resembles that of the medieval cities of Italy, with palaces that used to belong to eminent aristocratic families, cathedrals, monasteries, and narrow streets paved with stone.
The old Fransiscan monastery has a pharmacy store that has continually existed from 1317. and is still operational today. It is the third oldest pharmacy store in Europe.
You’re into politics and activism? Just so you know, Dubrovnik was the first city in Europe that abolished slavery. And no, it didn’t happen back in 18th or 19th centuries, but as early as 1416!
If you have some more time, you can see many music, theatre and film festivals, and sunbathe on Dubrovnik’s sandy, pebble or rocky beaches.