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Getting From Italy To Dubrovnik

Many travellers combine visit to Italy and Croatia and looking for an info about getting between these two countries.

There is no shortage of options for getting from Italy to popular Croatian destinations such as Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar, Istria or capital city of Zagreb.

For travelling from popular Italian destinations to the city of Dubrovnik, in the south of Croatia, you have several choices. The easiest way is taking one of several flights available (Vueling Airlines or Croatia Airlines from Rome, EasyJet from Naples and Venice).

In the text below find useful guide on getting from Italy to Dubrovnik.

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The quickest and the most comfortable way of travelling from Italy to Dubrovnik is by plane.

Vueling Airlines offers direct flights from Rome Fiumicino Airport to Dubrovnik starting from April until the end of October with daily departures. Flights are pretty cheap if booked well in advance (with easy to cancel option).

Croatia Airlines connects Rome with Dubrovnik all-year round (direct flights from mid-April until end of October; flights via Split and Zagreb the rest of the year).

The easiest way to reach Rome Fiumicino Airport from the city of Rome is to take Leonardo Express Train (32 minutes ride, numerous daily departures).

It's possible to travel directly from Venice, Florence and Naples to Fiumicino (without changing the train), but you can also reach Termini Station and from there catch numerous trains to the airport. Book your Italian train tickets here!

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For travelling between Naples and Dubrovnik, taking EasyJet direct flight is a great option (from April until the end of October, several times a week).

EasyJet also connects Dubrovnik with Venice (once a week, during July and August).

Once landed in Dubrovnik, choose from several ways of ground transfer to the city.

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If you wonder if there is a ferry connection between Italy and Dubrovnik, the answer is YES. Croatian state shipping company Jadrolinija operates ferry route between the port of Bari (Puglia region) to Dubrovnik port.

This route is active from early May to mid-October with one weekly sailing. The ferry takes both passengers and cars so it's convenient if you are travelling by car.

Direct Ferries is a great web-site for finding the best rates for ferries sailing between Italy and Croatia and booking tickets online.

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EasyJet also connects Dubrovnik with Venice (once a week, during July and August).

Another option would be to fly to the city of Split (Volotea offers flights from end of March until early October), and from there continue you journey to Dubrovnik.

Getting from Split to Dubrovnik is easy thanks to the numerous travel options. One of the most popular way of travel among visitors is a pleasant catamaran ride (takes around 4 hours 30 minutes, 3 departures daily). However, you can choose one of numerous daily buses that drives along the coast or booking a private car transfer (which is the quickest option).

Another option of travelling from Venice to Dubrovnik would be to take a high-speed train from Venice to Rome (there are also several direct trains a day from Venice to Fiumicino) and from there catch a plane to Dubrovnik either with Vueling Airlines of Croatia Airlines.

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