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St. Mark’s Cathedral (Korcula Cathedral)
St. Mark’s Cathedral (Korcula Cathedral)

St. Mark’s Cathedral (Korcula Cathedral) Tours and Activities

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Situated in the center of Korcula’s old town, and hemmed in by a web of streets, is St. Marks Cathedral also known as the Korcula Cathedral. The Gothic-Renaissance style church was completed in the 15th century at the hands of local artisans and with the help of Italian masters. The result is a façade featuring a handful of curious characters — such as a squatting Adam and Eve, and a wide-eyed elephant — and an interior filled with a collection of impressive artwork, including two paintings by Tintoretto.

Given the tight city quarters, it can be hard to grasp the cathedral’s grandness from just beyond its front doors, or even from within. With that in mind, get a better perspective — a 360-degree one, in fact — by heading up to St Mark’s cupola-topped bell tower. There, you can take in unparalleled views of the town below, coast beyond, and even islands dotting the crystal blue sea in the distance.

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Trg Sv Marka, Korcula, Korcula, 20260
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Korcula Day Trip from Dubrovnik

Korcula Day Trip from Dubrovnik

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Explore Croatia’s coastal towns, medieval monuments and idyllic vineyards on this full-day tour of the Pelješac peninsula from Dubrovnik. Marvel at the medieval walls of Ston, ride the ferry to Korcula Island and explore Marco Polo's alleged birthplace. Cap it all off with wine tasting at a local winery (own expense).
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Island of Korcula with Wine Tasting Day Trip from Dubrovnik

Island of Korcula with Wine Tasting Day Trip from Dubrovnik

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Spend the day exploring Korčula, a medieval walled town on an island of the same name. From Dubrovnik, travel to the seaside vineyard-laden town of Orebić where you’ll board a boat and be ferried across the Adriatic to the verdant island of Korčula. Known as the birthplace of explorer Marco Polo, Korčula is a well-preserved walled town that’s worthy of exploration. See the Venetian-influenced St Mark’s Cathedral, check out some Renaissance-era palaces and lounge at an outdoor cafe, sipping coffee or local wine.
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  • 9 to 11 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Smiley Korcula Day Tour

Smiley Korcula Day Tour

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This comprehensive day trip from Dubrovnik introduces visitors to the Dalmatian coast highlights of Ston, Orebic, and Korcula Island. Take the guesswork out of itinerary planning and relax with leisurely sightseeing and views of the Adriatic Sea and Peljesac Peninsula. Wine tasting, hotel transport, and a boat ride are included.
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  • 10 to 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since St. Mark’s Cathedral (Korcula Cathedral) can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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How much does it cost to visit St. Mark’s Cathedral (Korcula Cathedral) 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to St. Mark’s Cathedral (Korcula Cathedral) costs USD 65.60. Guided St. Mark’s Cathedral (Korcula Cathedral) tours start around USD 65.60 per person.
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