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We go further to bring you the widest choice of travel deals, including cheap flights to Dubrovnik from Edinburgh. So why go to this city by the sea in Croatia? Well, if romance, history, a lively café culture and dramatic scenery rank highly on your list of short-break musts, Dubrovnik is a sure-fire hit.
It also takes only three hours and 20 minutes, on average, to fly from Edinburgh Airport (EDI) to Dubrovnik Airport (DBV), on one of the direct flights operated by Jet2.
The Old Town – the centre of tourist activity in Dubrovnik – is easy to access from the airport. A taxi journey will get you there in around 25 minutes at a cost close to 200 Croatian kuna (£23).
There’s also a shuttle bus service operated by Atlas. One-way tickets cost 40 Croatian kuna or 70 kuna for a return (around £4.50/£7.90). There are two drop-off points: at Pile Gate bus station and Gruz bus station.
For easy access to nearby beaches and other parts of Croatia, consider booking car hire in Dubrovnik. With cheap rates and the freedom to explore, car rental is an extra that is well worth considering.
Your glamourous getaway is almost complete. Visit our hotels in Dubrovnik page for the lowdown on the chic accommodation scene in this upmarket destination.
There are plenty of reasons why people book flights from Edinburgh to Dubrovnik.
Couples flock here for the romantic vibes at the edge of the glittering Adriatic. Think sea-view dinners at sunset, hand-in-hand strolls atop centuries of history, and lazy days spent lolling on the area’s wood-fringed beaches.
Families love Dubrovnik too. Theme parks and zoos are nowhere to be seen. Who cares when you have mountain-climbing cable cars and kayak trips to adventure-filled islands?
Anyone with a passion for ‘Game of Thrones’ gets their kicks in Dubrovnik too. This is the King’s Landing as seen on the show and a serious tick on the list of must-see locations for any avid fan.
Add in a substantial peppering of churches, palaces, ancient city gates and pavement cafes filled with happy coffee-sipping visitors and it’s easy to see why this special city draws those looking for the perfect short break.