The cities of Venice and Dubrovnik are among the most popular travel destinations in the Mediterranean. For travelling from Venice to Dubrovnik there are several options available. Our guide on getting from Venice to Dubrovnik will help you to find the most suitable way of travelling.
Note that there are no direct ferry connections between these two cities.
At the moment, there are no direct flights between Venice and Dubrovnik. There is an option of taking a plane from Venice to Split (212 km north of Dubrovnik) which is operated seasonaly by Volotea (twice a week).
Once you arrive to Split, you can easily reach Dubrovnik, either by sea (high-speed catamaran), by road (taking a bus ride, hire a car and drive or take a private car transfer).
Another options would be taking a direct train from Venice to Rome's Fiumicino Airport, and from there take a plane to Dubrovnik. Vueling Airlines has direct flights on this route, while Croatia Airlines fly via Split and Zagreb.
Note that there are NO direct ferry connections between these two cities. One of the options would be taking a train down the Italian side of the Adriatic to Bari and from there catch JADROLINIJA's overnight ferry to Dubrovnik.
Also, you can also take a train from Venice to the port of Ancona, from there take a car/passenger ferry to Split and then continue your travel down the Croatian coast to Dubrovnik (choose from high-speed catamaran ride, bus ride or driving).
Travellers can also take a high-speed catamaran (foot passenger ferry) from Venice to Pula (Istrian peninsula), from there take a catamaran to the port of Zadar (northern Dalmatia) and from there take a bus ride down to Dubrovnik.