- 8 hours
- Island of Korcula
- Peljesac Peninsula
- 8-hour tour led by a PhD or MA-level guide
A big basketball fan and an IT specialist, Toni balances his time between tour guiding, evening volunteering teaching computer science to Dubrovnik Retirement Home members and Dubrovnik prison inmates, playing basketball for Dubrovnik Basketball Veterans and enjoying long walks with his beautiful German shepherd. Toni is a big fan of the outdoors, BBQ, cuisine and politics and goes swimming in the sea every day of the year.
Petra has an MA in German and Turkish Language, specializing in intercultural studies at the University of Zagreb. Her work experience has included some exciting stints such as TV shows, translations and years of tour guiding. She loves showing her city Dubrovnik to travelers and introducing them to Croatian history, culture, lifestyle, and gastronomy as she is a big foodie. And although one might think her favorite tour would be related to food and wine, the one she enjoys the most is the Jewish tour of Dubrovnik which introduces visitors to the rich and incredibly interesting history of Jews in Dubrovnik.
As a child, Nikolina soaked up her father’s history books and fell in love with her hometown and country. As a student, she started working as a local guide in Dubrovnik and after graduating with an economics degree, tour guiding became her profession. She adores being outdoors and surrounded by people. She loves to talk about history, legends and curiosities, trivia and way of life in her home town. In her spare time, she loves reading, walking and hiking with her dog, cooking, traveling and charity work.