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Departure Sat, 06 Apr Return Thu, 11 Apr
LGW London
DBV Dubrovnik
return from £107
Departure Sat, 06 Apr Return Sat, 13 Apr
MAN Manchester
DBV Dubrovnik
return from £108
Departure Tue, 02 Apr Return Tue, 09 Apr
NCL Newcastle
DBV Dubrovnik
return from £236
Departure Thu, 28 Mar Return Sun, 31 Mar
AMS Amsterdam
DBV Dubrovnik
return from £140
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Travelling to Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik Attractions

Nicknamed the "Pearl of the Adriatic", Dubrovnik is an enchanting city that lives up to its name, set like a jewel facing out over the turquoise Adriatic Sea. Famous for its stunning old city ringed by thick stone walls, the city is steeped in history, boasting an incredible array of sights, and its compact size means you can visit most attractions by foot. The assortment of cobbled streets are a delight to wander around with restaurants, bars and shops scattered between splendid examples of Renaissance and Baroque architecture. It is also a jumping off point for the islands of Lokrum and Lopud where sparkling seas and natural scenery abound. Discover here the best deals for a Flight + Hotel to Dubrovnik!

Things to do in Dubrovnik

At every turn, visitors on a trip to Dubrovnik discover historic buildings, churches, cosy restaurants, medieval architecture, gurgling fountains and cobblestone streets that open out onto spectacular views of the coastline. The streets are perfect for relaxed strolls brimming with atmosphere and terrace cafes that are ideal for taking some time out and people watching, and shops selling souvenirs and local specialities.

On a trip to Dubrovnik be sure to:

  • Walk through the cobbled old town district of Dubrovnik and explore its ancient landmarks;
  • Sip a coffee on the Stradun as the world glides by, a bustling pedestrianised area in the centre
  • Visit the 17th century Baroque-style Cathedral (otherwise known as Assumption Cathedral)
  • Access the city like they used to though the Pile Gate, one of the oldest entrances to the city
  • Drink water from the 15th century Big Fountain of Onofrio in front of the St. Saviour Church
  • Walk along the old medieval city walls with the sea on one side and the city on the other
  • Learn about Dubrovnik's illustrious maritime history at the Maritime Museum of Dubrovnik
  • Take a boat over to one of the nearby islands such as Lokrum to enjoy Croatia's famed natural landscape
  • Go shopping for handmade lace and embroidery
  • Linger over a sunset aperitif in the Old Port and watch the boats coming and going

Dubrovnik Airports

Dubrovnik Airport, also known as ?ilipi Airport because of its location, is an international airport situated a short distance from the city centre. It is the third busiest airport in Croatia after Zagreb and Split airports and has the longest runway, with travel reaching its peak during summer.

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