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Approximately 2 Hours
Meals not included
A knowledgeable guide leads you on a guided walk through the narrow streets of Hvar. The town exudes character and history at every pretty turn.
Visit the 15th-century Franciscan monastery where you'll find an impressive Renaissance cloister. Today, old refectory houses a collection of lace, manuscripts and books. Within the church, you'll discover a remarkable collection of paintings.
It's hard to miss the main square, where the most impressive building in Hvar languishes in its own degree of local splendor. The Cathedral of St Stephen is a showcase of Venetian architecture, built in the heyday of Venetian dominance in the Adriatic. The cathedral dominates the Town Square, alongside its superbly decorated four-story bell tower.
In 1612, Europe's oldest community theatre was established in the imposing building called the Arsenal. It is under reconstruction and currently can be viewed only from the outside.is a traditional craft that locals have been perfecting for the past 100 years and makes a wonderful souvenir from your visit to Hvar.
Wear comfortable walking shoes. Modest attire is required for visiting churches or cathedrals; knees, shoulders and midriffs must be covered; shorts and capri-length pants are not allowed.