Walking Tours

Walking Tour – Šibenik

Explore the enchanting narrow streets of Šibenik with a professional local guide who will show you several highlights of the old part of the town, St james Cathedral being the most famous one. Explore the historic core by foot and enter the magnificent piece of art that is the cathedral in Šibenik. Built in a unique manner, completely out of stone, and abundant with delicate sculptures and ornaments, this fantastic building forms part of the UNESCO and makes every visitor fall in love with it.

Duration: 1,5 h

Availability: Whole year

Highlights: Šibenik is located in central Dalmatia, where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea. This unique 1,5 hour walking tour of Šibenik allows you to you explore the stunning architecture and history, discover magnificent buildings, palaces and treasures of Šibenik, the city of stone. You will see all the significant monuments such as the imposing Cathedral of St. James, a monumental structure that is of such cultural and historical significance that it has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Walk along the ancient cobbled streets and countless stairways with us and learn everything about this Mediterranean medieval city.

Min Age: +3

Max People: 15

Suitable for families, young and seniors

What is included in this tour?


  •  Local guide
  •  All taxes
  •  Entrance fee to the St James Catedral
  •  City map
What is not included in this tour?
Items that are not listed as inclusions as well as any personal expenses.

Additional info

  • TRANSFERS: possible to organise with Travel Croatia from your location to the meeting point of the walking tour

Departure & Return

Departure: Poljana or agreed pick up point

Departure Time: upon agreement

Return Details: after 1,5h return to original departure point

What To Expect 

Your will take a walk through the narrow streets of Šibenik, leading to the attractive squares where you’ll find architecture of centuries gone by. Exploring on foot, you will pass St. Francis church and monastery, Theater house, Baroque Orthodox Church, City Hall and you will see a cave dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes.

A visit will be made inside the town’s most important monument, the Cathedral of St. Jacob. This beautiful Gothic and Renaissance style cathedral was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000.

A triple-nave basilica designed by the notable 15th-century Dalmatian architect, Giorgio de Dalmato, was completed in 1536. Narrow streets, a lot of stairs and 4 fortresses are just some of things that make this town special and worth exploring.

Important Info

  • Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Please wear comfortable walking shoes


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