Free Walking Tour Hvar

General information



Starting time

10:30 am


1 hours 30 minutes


Tip only basis



Free Walking Tour Hvar

Free walking tour Hvar is the best way to explore the beautiful island of Hvar located in the Adriatic Sea, off the coast of Croatia. The island is known for its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant nightlife. Hvar is also a popular destination for history and culture enthusiasts, with a well-preserved medieval town, complete with a fort, cathedral, and Renaissance palaces. The island is also surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, producing some of the best wines and olive oils in Croatia. In addition, Hvar is a great destination for outdoor activities, such as hiking, cycling, and water sports. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach holiday or an action-packed adventure, Hvar has something for everyone.

Meeting point


Tip only basis. You must tip your guide at the end of the tour. It is recommended to tip from 10 to 20 euros per person.


Free Walking Tour Hvar begins at the historic St. Stephen’s Cathedral, a majestic landmark that sets the stage for our exploration of this beautiful town.

As we embark on our walking tour, our first stop is the main trade street, which has been bustling with activity since Renaissance times. Here, you’ll soak in the vibrant atmosphere as we stroll past charming shops, cafes, and centuries-old architecture, immersing ourselves in Hvar’s rich cultural heritage.

Next, we’ll visit the Arsenal, a remarkable structure that houses the oldest public theatre building in Europe. Marvel at its grandeur and imagine the captivating performances that have graced its stage throughout history, a true testament to Hvar’s enduring artistic legacy.


Free Walking Tour Hvar continues to the 17th-century city hall and clock tower, where you’ll learn about the town’s governance and witness the intricate craftsmanship of its timepieces. Take a moment to appreciate the impressive architecture and panoramic views of the surrounding area from this vantage point.

A short walk brings us to the Benedictine monastery, a serene oasis steeped in history and spirituality. Here, you’ll discover the art of Agave lace, a traditional craft inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Delve into the intricate techniques passed down through generations and admire the beauty of these delicate creations.

Our final destination brings us back to where we began, St. Stephen’s Cathedral. As we conclude our tour, take a moment to admire the cathedral’s stunning architecture and reflect on the rich tapestry of history and culture that defines Hvar.

Frequently asked questions

What is the maximum of participants?

The maximum of participants is 15 people.

Can I book a private walking tour?

Yes, you can book a private walking tour by contacting us straight via email.

Can I bring my children?

Yes, in Free Tour Hvar everyone is welcome.

What should I bring?

Check out the weather on the day of the tour to make sure you bring and umbrella in case is raining. Bring comfortable shoes, cash and a big smile 🙂