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Zhudioska 5, Dubrovnik 20000, Croatia
+385 97 631 1697
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Dubrovnik Jewish Heritage Private Walking Tour
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Zhudioska 5, Dubrovnik 20000, Croatia
+385 97 631 1697
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Reviewed 3 days ago

...to make the connection with the Jewish flight from Spain in the 15th century when they first came to Dubrovnik. In the attached museum there are Torahs from that period. The highlight? A long, friendly and informative conversation with the lady on the door which...More

Thank arkivist
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited this small lovely place of worship with friends. My first look into a Synagogue. It was very nice. There was a girl inside who answered many questions we had. It is in use for worship only at special times. Small, holds about 45. Pretty...More

Thank Shari W
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stumbled onto this little gem while looking for a local art shop. The artist had several Jewish related paintings, and after a short conversation we were told about the synagogue museum next door. This is apparently the second oldest synagogue in the Balkans, the...More

Thank Anthony M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was flashed by the praying room in the first floor of the synagoge which now shows different styles in architecture because it was destroyed several times ( earthquake, Second World War and the latest Balkan War). Worth seeing!

Thank CarlaColumna123
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A bit difficult to locate but worth the effort. An interesting small museum chronicling the history of the Jewish people in Dubrovnik.

Thank JimboVancouver
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a small two level museum off the beaten path. There is a small entry fee. One floor is the worship area and the other is a museum of local artifacts. It was nice to see the Jewish community is still supported in Dubrovnik.

Thank Virginia2Go
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Situated up an alleyway, had to ask shopkeeper on the corner where situated. unfortunately there were too many steps to ascend. Therefore did not go up which was a pity

Thank K S
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

I was very happy to support the very small Jewish community of Dubrovnik. I made it a habit to visit synagogues throughout the world. This is one is small, cute a little bit small. And the room and a half museum was lackluster.

Thank Aviram M
Reviewed 12 May 2017

The Synagogue is hidden in one of the side streets and I only found it with the help of some locals. The admission ticket costs a whooping 6 euros and I finished the tour in less than 15 minutes. The chapel was small, the exhibition...More

Thank Jessica Y
Reviewed 5 May 2017

The sephardic synagogue in Dubrovnik was very compact and the 80 Kuna charge to enter was not out of line. There are some interesting artifacts there including a Torah from the time of the inquisition. The gift shop next door has some very nice artwork...More

Thank David S
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Can the Synagogue be visited without being on an official tour? Is this something we can do on our own? ~Thank you!
10 October 2016|
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Response from Ivor M | Reviewed this property |
I visited the synagogues in Split and Dubrovnik both without prior notice. The one in Split is a living community and the secretary showed and spoke to us. We made a donation. In Dubrovnik it is now more of a museum with... More
Sandra S
I was just told by a tour company that the synagogue is closed on Sunday, is that correct? What are the visiting hours to the synagogue & museum?
2 July 2015|
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Response from RobertJE | Reviewed this property |
My recall when I visited in April is that it was closed on both Saturday and Sunday but that may have changed as the opening times vary by season (it closed at 3.30 p.m. when we were there in April but I belive it is open... More