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Touching down at the edge of the Adriatic will feel even better when you know you bagged cheap flights to Dubrovnik. There are plenty available, as this gorgeous seaside city on the southern coast of Croatia continues to attract loyal visitors alongside all the lost-for-words first-timers. If you’re looking for a short break with sunshine, history, culture, plenty of sights and evenings spent in candle-lit, cliff-top bars, the Pearl of the Adriatic is your dream ticket.
Flights from the UK take just over two-and-a-half hours to reach Dubrovnik, which sits on Croatia’s stunning Dalmatian Coast. Fares on popular routes, such as flights to Dubrovnik from London, can be excellent value. Book early and use the powerful search and comparison tools on TravelSupermarket to find the lowest prices on flights from the UK to Dubrovnik.
With its own international airport that welcomes direct flights from the UK, Dubrovnik and its surrounding areas are within easy reach...
Dubrovnik is between two and three hours’ flying time from the UK. And there are lots of flights to this beautiful piece of the Croatian coast to choose from – particularly during the busy summer months.
Flights operate from London’s Gatwick and Stansted airports in addition to Bristol, Edinburgh, Birmingham, East Midlands, Manchester, Belfast international, Newcastle and Leeds Bradford.
Airlines flying include British Airways, Croatian Airlines, easyJet, Monarch and Jet2. You can also find seasonal flights from big holiday companies such as Thomson. During the winter months, however, there are no non-stop services and you will need to fly via Zagreb or on a connecting service through Paris or Frankfurt with airlines such as Croatia, Air France and Lufthansa.
Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) is near the city centre. Getting to and from the airport is easy. Find out how…
Coaches run by the Atlas travel firm meet all arriving flights. Passengers can reach the city walls of Dubrovnik for 40 Croatian kuna (about £4) each. Hop in a taxi at the airport, meanwhile, and you can expect a fare of around £30. The Old Town area is traffic free, which means you might have to complete your journey on foot if you are staying in accommodation at the heart of this historic area. But most hotels are outside the city walls (see below).
To avoid the cost and hassle of airport transfers, pre-book cheap car hire in Dubrovnik with TravelSupermarket and collect your vehicle upon arrival. While you might not need a car if you stay in Dubrovnik or Lapad, there are many wonderful destinations close by that are easy to reach when you have your own wheels.
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Book early if you plan to stay inside the ancient walls of Dubrovnik, as there are only a handful of hotels within the Old Town. Outside the walls is no bad place to be; there are plenty of superb luxury hotels nearby, within walking distance of Old Town, that offer sea views, swimming pools and fine dining.
For a beachside stay in Dubrovnik, look towards the wooded hills and shingle shores of the Lapad Peninsula. It’s the ideal fusion of culture and catching a few rays, as it takes only 10 minutes by road to travel between Lapad and Old Town.
The busiest months for Dubrovnik flights and hotels are May to October, when long days and an abundance of sunshine make the glow of this city pearl even more radiant. To book the cheapest flights and hotels, simply hit search and we’ll bring you the best travel deals in seconds.
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