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. In the text below find these information and decide which option works best for you.
Note that there are no direct ferry connections between these two cities.
The easiest way of travelling from Venice to Dubrovnik it to reach Rome from Venice and from there take a flight to Dubrovnik.
Regarding the flights from Rome's Fiumicino Airport to Dubrovnik, travellers can choose from two options: direct Vueling flight or Croatia Airlines flight via Split and Zagreb.
Note that there are NO direct ferry connections between these two cities. One of the options would be to take a train from Venice to Rome (3 h 40 minutes) and from there catch one of the planes to Dubrovnik (check available flights here).
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.
Otherwise, you can take a train down the Italian side of the Adriatic to Bari and from there catch JADROLINIJA's overnight ferry to Dubrovnik. Also you can take a ferry from any other Italian port to Croatia and then continue your journey down the coast until you reach Dubrovnik.