As Easter is approaching, the City of Dubrovnik offers benefits and discounts for all domestic and foreign visitors from April 3 to April 12, in cooperation with the Tourist Board and cultural institutions of the City of Dubrovnik.
The Dubrovnik Museums, the House of Marin Držić, the Natural History Museum, the Homeland War Museum and the Dubrovnik Art Gallery are opening their doors free of charge to all interested visitors. Same goes for the Lazareti complex, while the ticket price for the Trsteno Arboretum will also be adjusted to 30 Kuna.
The Society of Friends of Dubrovnik Antiquities grants the citizens of Croatia an exclusive ticket price of 50 Kuna for a tour of the city walls and Lovrjenac, with a prior request to the Society’s e-mail.
For the Easter weekend, the Dubrovnik Tourist board is giving all visitors a free tour of the City in Croatian and English, on Saturday, April 3, at 10 am, in front of the TIC Pile. Due to epidemiological measures, the number of participants is limited, so the arrival must be confirmed by Friday, April 2, by 5 pm.
The main goal is to provide all our guests with a unique Easter experience even in these times when larger traditional gatherings and events are sadly limited.