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Flights to Dubrovnik

Flights from major European cities such as London arrive at Dubrovnik Airport all year round while many operators offer seasonal services from regional airports to this Croatian holiday destination during the summer months. Year-round routes are operated by airlines including British Airways, Vueling, LOT and Croatia airlines although very few of these are direct services. Additional seasonal flights with direct services are offered by easyJet, TUI Airways and jet2.com

Which is the main airport in Dubrovnik?

Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) is located 9 miles from the city. Croatia Airlines operates shuttle buses to the city centre which can also be reached by local buses and taxis. Many hotels also offer their own shuttle services. The airport has one terminal with facilities that include car parking, car hire desks, WiFi, banking and currency services, shops and cafes.

Which airlines offer flights to Dubrovnik?

There are less daily flights to Dubrovnik from November to June, and these are operated mainly by British Airways and Croatia Airlines, with most departures from London airports. During the summer months of July to late October, there are flights from regional UK airports such as Dublin, Belfast, Bristol, Edinburgh and the East Midlands. These are provided by jet2.com, easyJet and TUI Airways. Direct flights, when available, take just under three hours.

Why travel by plane to Dubrovnik?

Flights to Dubrovnik are a quick and easy way of enjoying either a city break or a summer holiday in this fascinating and historic city. Dubrovnik Airport is also a gateway to the beautiful countryside and island-studded coastline of Croatia.

Before you travel to Dubrovnik by plane - good to know!

With limestone streets that sparkle in the sun and a backdrop created by the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is a destination full of culture and history. While top tourist sights include the Old Town with the ancient Sponza Palace, the bustling central street of Placa Stradun and the Old Port, which are destinations and activities that should not be missed. The Renaissance Minceta Fort has protected the harbour for centuries, and the Aquarium and Maritime Museum are housed in St John's Fort. For something a little different, visitors can enjoy a Game of Thrones Tour, take the cable car to the top of Mount Srđ, or head out into the countryside for a wine-tasting tour or some adventurous river kayaking.

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