City Tour Free Spirit Tour Šibenik

Sign up for the tour and meet your local guide at the Trg Republike Hrvatske (main square) in front of the Juraj Dalmatinac statue for an interesting 1.5-hour introduction to Šibenik, a town with two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. On this tour you will stroll the narrow streets of the Old Town, explore its history and culture but also get information on how to plan the rest of your stay in town, all while visiting the main sights and many hidden gems known only to locals.

Follow the orange umbrella and see: the St. James Cathedral, the Town Hall, the Rector's Palace, the St. Lawrence church, the Greasy Street, St. Nichola's Fortress and many more.
Duration
1.5 hours
Destination
Šibenik
Travellers
1+

CHECK OUT ALL ŠIBENIK MUST-SEES AT Free Spirit Walking Tour

A 1.5-hour special introduction to the city of Šibenik in English. Yet another boring tour? Well, think again because this tour will keep you on your toes with its gripping stories focused on history, culture and the modern everyday life of Šibenik.
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Sign up for the tour and meet your local guide at the Trg Republike Hrvatske (main square) in front of the Juraj Dalmatinac statue for an interesting 1.5-hour introduction to Šibenik, a town with two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. On this tour you will stroll the narrow streets of the Old Town, explore its history and culture but also get information on how to plan the rest of your stay in town, all while visiting the main sights and many hidden gems known only to locals.

Follow the orange umbrella and see: the St. James Cathedral, the Town Hall, the Rector's Palace, the St. Lawrence church, the Greasy Street, St. Nichola's Fortress and many more.
Highlights
  • tick the Old Town must-see sites in this 1.5-hour walk
  • find out more about the history and culture as well as the modern everyday life of Šibenik
  • get suggestions on how to spend the rest of your stay in Šibenik
Tour Dates and Times
Jun 1st to Sept 30th every day at 6 pm
Oct 1st to May 31th no tours
Destination
Šibenik
Departure Location
In front of Juraj Dalmatinac statue on the Trg Republike Hrvatske
Return Location
Bay of Šibenik
Additional Information
Tour language: English Booking information: Instant confirmation How to recognize the guide: Look for an orange umbrella 1 HRK tour: The official price is 1 HRK / 0.13€
Price includes
  • 1.5-hour guidance around the Old Town
Price does not include
  • Gratuities (optional)

Free Walking Tour Sibenik requires a sign-up, so please sign up for the tour in advance. Feel free check out our TripAdvisor reviews and do not hesitate to contact us with any question you might have.

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Trg Republike Hrvatske

Meet your guide holding an orange umbrella in front of Juraj Dalmatinac statue on the Trg Republike Hrvatske and hear the introduction of Šibenik and Dalmatia.

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St. James Cathedral

One of two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Šibenik built by two incredible architects.

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Trg Republike Hrvatske

Modern day main square of Šibenik looks the same as it used to look centuries ago. Ok, we don’t use the pillar of shame anymore, but it is still there.

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Pelegrini Palace

Learn the history of a possibly miraculouse and surely infectious cross.

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Four Wells

How to survive a medieval siege? And why was waiting more important than attacking?

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St. Lawrence Church

Learn why the Franciscan monks had to flee from their monastery.

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Kožul Palace

Did you know that medieval people had air conditioning? Or that they could easily lift heavy weights to the top floor?

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St. Chrysogonus Church

Learn the story of religion in Šibenik and see the oldest church in town.

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Greasy Street

The beating heart and dirtiest part of Šibenik once.

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St. John’s Church

The original place for the Cathedral holds the oldest stone depiction of Šibenik.

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Trg Ivana Pavla II

Center of common people’s neighbourhood where a festival was held so wild that it got banned.

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Poljana

Šibenik was one of the best fortified towns on the Mediterranean with four impressive forts. Which one to visit? Maybe all?

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National Theatre

For the people - paid by the people.

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Medulić Square

Center of rich people’s neighbourhood among the palaces.

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St. Barbara’s Church

What time is it? Can you decipher the clock? And who is the boy with the umbrella? Questions, questions, so many questions.

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Šibenik Bay

Šibenik harbor is safe due to being a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And while we are here - doesn’t it look familiar? From TV maybe? Hmmmm...

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Rector’s Palace

The seat of power in Šibenik, this where important people met.

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Sign up for the tour and meet your local guide at the Trg Republike Hrvatske (main square) in front of the Juraj Dalmatinac statue for an interesting 1.5 hour introduction to Šibenik, a town with two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. On this tour you will stroll the narrow streets of the Old Town, explore its history and culture but also get information on how to plan the rest of your stay in town, all while visiting the main sights and many hidden gems known only to locals. Follow the orange umbrella and see: the St. James Cathedral, the Town Hall, the Rector's Palace, the St. Lawrence church, the Greasy Street, St. Nichola's Fortress and many more.

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