The city of Dubrovnik is situated in the southeastern tip of Croatia. There are lots of ways to get to Dubrovnik, from flights, buses and ferries. Note that there are no trains to Dubrovnik.
The most convenient and the fastest way is to travel to Dubrovnik by plane. Dubrovnik Airport is located some 20 km southern of the city and during the summer it has numerous air connections with European destinations. In the wintertime there are several flights from Dubrovnik Airport but you can travel via Zagreb - the capital city of Croatia.
If you are arriving to Dubrovnik from Korcula by car you need to take a ferry from Domince to Orebic (Peljesac peninsula). Then drive along Peljesac and continue to Dubrovnik (2 hours drive).
Vueling airplane on Dubrovnik airport
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The airport serving city of Dubrovnik is located in Cilipi, some 20 km southern of the city. This is the international airport which has air connections with most European countries, mostly during touristic season (April to November).
Reaching Dubrovnik by air is the most fastest way of travelling to Dubrovnik.
Getting to Dubrovnik by ferry
If you plan to reach Dubrovnik by ferry from abroad you will have only one choice - ferry from Italian port of Bari (in Southern Italy). This ferry runs from April until end of October and is operated by Croatian company Jadrolinija. This is overnight ferry and ride takes approximately 10 hours. There are no ferries to Dubrovnik from Greece, Turkey, Albania or Montenegro.
Dubrovnik is connected to Central Dalmatia land and islands by KRILO CATAMARANS operating between Dubrovnik and Split with stops alongway on the islands in between (Mljet, Korcula, Brac, Hvar) and the town of Makarska.
These modern catamaran sail from Split to Dubrovnik for about 4 hours. Company TP Line runs catamaran Nona Ana which can take from Dubrovnik to the islands of Sipan and Mljet. During the summer it extend its sailing to Korcula and Lastovo.
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Getting to Dubrovnik by bus
The city of Dubrovnik is connected by buses to numerous destinations in Croatia. There is also an international bus service from Trieste in Italy, which takes about 12 hours, and is run by Autotrans. There are also bus services to Dubrovnik from neighbouring Bosnia & Herzegovina and Montenegro.
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