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Looking for cheap flights to Dubrovnik from Birmingham? You’re in the right place. We tell you which airlines fly direct and then we compare bargain fares to Croatia from the heart of England. It’s easy to Travel Super with TravelSupermarket.
Currently, only Airlines operates direct flights from Birmingham to Dubrovnik, a trip that takes an average of two hours and 45 minutes. Flights from Birmingham (BHX) touch down at Dubrovnik Airport (DBV).
This city by the sea entices visitors with historic attractions, a friendly café culture and five-star hotels to match the grandeur of the churches and palaces. Oh, and there are fantastic beaches nearby too. What are you waiting for?
Transfer options from Dubrovnik Airport are plentiful, efficient and good value.
One-way tickets on the Atlas bus shuttle service cost 40 Croatian kuna (around £4.50 per person; return tickets are 70 kuna). Drop-off points are at Pile Gate bus station for the Old Town and the bus station in Gruz.
Taxi fares between the airport and the city are in the region of 200 Croatian kuna (£23).
If you hope to see more of Croatia, or want to hop between the Old Town and the beaches, consider car hire in Dubrovnik.
TravelSupermarket can also help you to find your dream place to stay during your short break. For advice on where to stay and to compare deals, visit our Dubrovnik hotels page.
Medieval city walls, studded by ancient gates and encircling limestone streets that shimmer in the sunshine, soar into blue skies above. Coffee cups clink by day as tourists rest weary legs, while, after darkness has fallen, the city glows under candlelight and sumptuous suppers are taken at the edge of the Adriatic.
Does this sound romantic? You can bet your Croatian kuna that it is. Dubrovnik is the perfect short-break destination for couples, though families and groups come for the beaches, the upmarket hotels and the real-life setting of King’s Landing, from TV’s ‘Game of Thrones’.
Dubrovnik attractions include the glistening Stradun, also known as Placa, the gates of Pile and Ploce, the city walls (a walk along the top is a must) and the beaches of Lapad.