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We visited on a bright, cool February morning. We had pre-booked, so just paid an additional €3 each for the self guiding audio tour. The tour was slower than we would have liked, but was informative. The walk around the ramparts was the reason we were here. We had previously been to Dubrovnik, so we were a little bit disappointed; it is described as the “largest walled medieval city in Europe”. Take the work “medieval” out and Dubrovnik is bigger. Also, “larger” isn’t the same as “large”. You can walk around the outside of the ramparts in 10-15 minutes. I sound like I didn’t enjoy it, but I did. I’d go back, and the town is beautiful from all angles. I just wouldn’t repeat the tour.
Our guide was just amazing, his name was Djilani!! Luxury BWM, very nice, clean and pristine. He was wonderful and from the moment we met him we knew we were going to have a great time. I would highly recommend him as we did another today, also very nice but it was a different type of tour.
Nathalie was amazing! Very jovial and polite, she knows so much about the area and will always do her best to accomodate your language! Warmly recommended to anyone coming from the UK!
Nathalie was a great guide fir a really interesting and well informed experience. I went out of season and so there was only myself but she gave me such an enthusiastic tour.
MUST-SEE indescribable sightseeings. Incredible tour, but you could also try a 2-day tour with one full day hicking on the amazing Pont du Gard park.