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Recommendations re walking tours in Dubrovnik and Split

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You were all so helpful in generously sharing suggestions to help us plan our trip to Croatia. Now I have a question. When we travel I do a lot of research on the history of the places we go and the meaning behind the places we see. That being said, we have made use of private tour guides in a few instances such as guides for the battles in Normandy and areas of Belgium and a guide in Palermo for a tour of the Jewish history of the city and a guide for the temples in Agrigento. Would our time in Dubrovnik and/or Split benefit from a private tour guide? I've read about walking tours of Dubrovnik which focus on the Jewish history and some guide books even say that a private guide can be helpful in a tour of Diocletian's Palace in Split. Any thoughts on this? A friend who is a travel agent is highly recommending a 4 hour private tour in each city but I think that is much too long.

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