With its seafront city walls that overlook the azure Adriatic, Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. It’s also perfectly placed for discovering more of Croatia’s Dalmatian Riviera, as the stunning towns of Cavtat, Lapad and Babin Kuk are all nearby. The surrounding Elaphiti Islands add yet more wonder to the waterfront.
Lapped by the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is nestled along the Dalmatian Riviera in southern Croatia. While many head here to explore the history-stuffed Old Town, it's also the jumping off point for other sun-kissed beach resorts in the area.
How long is the flight from the UK to Dubrovnik?
Belfast to Dubrovnik - 3 hours 20 minutes
Birmingham to Dubrovnik - 3 hours
East Midlands to Dubrovnik - 3 hours
Edinburgh to Dubrovnik - 3 hours 20 minutes
Leeds Bradford to Dubrovnik - 3 hours
London Stansted to Dubrovnik - 2 hours 45 minutes
Manchester to Dubrovnik - 3 hours 5 minutes
Newcastle to Dubrovnik - 3 hours 10 minutes
How many airports does Dubrovnik have?
There's only one airport, Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) , also referred to as Čilipi Airport, in the city.
How far is Dubrovnik Airport from the main Dubrovnik resorts?
If you're visiting Dubrovnik itself, the city is around a half an hour journey by car. Meanwhile, Cavtat is just a 10-minute drive and Lapad is 30 minutes away.
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City in the sunshine
Combining the culture of a city break with the beauty of a sun holiday, Dubrovnik Old Town is a must-visit after you’ve landed at Dubrovnik Airport. Wander along the main thoroughfare of the iconic Stradun Street, take in the views from atop the city walls and visit the Rector’s Palace. It’s little wonder the grand architecture makes a magnificent setting for King’s Landing on the Game of Thrones TV series.
There are plenty more places to visit along the Dalmatian coastline too. Cavtat is actually even closer to Dubrovnik Airport, around 6km away, and has a peaceful harbourfront lined with scenic bars and restaurants. You could also visit Srebreno and Mlini further north to enjoy their relaxed atmosphere.
Cruise around the coastline
Dubrovnik is a popular destination for cruises, with boats often setting off from the historic harbour at Dubrovnik Old Town. From here, you’ll have the chance to explore the nearby islands in the Adriatic Sea, such as Korcula, Brac and Hvar.
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