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|Dubrovnik city centre|
|Čilipi Airport (DBV): 12 mi from city centre|
Croatia is waiting and Dubrovnik has never been so popular as a summer sun destination! If you're looking for the cheapest flights to Dubrovnik Airport (DBV), stick with a low cost airline. EasyJet takes off from London.
Dubrovnik's Mediterranean climate makes visiting this city great just about any time of the year. The rainy winters aren't the most pleasant but spring and fall are perfect. The summers can be very hot, so why not visit during the shoulder season and enjoy a cheaper off-peak holiday in Dubrovnik? Book your flights at least 4 months prior to departure for the best offer.
Direct flights to Dubrovnik from London take 3 hours and 45 minutes.
If you're planning an Adriatic holiday then Dubrovnik is a perfect choice. The city not only has great beaches in its close vicinity but plenty of historic sights to please the history and culture buffs.
Stradun: You'll find everything on this street from restaurants, souvenir shops, bakeries and wine merchants. It was once a sea channel that separated two towns but over time it was filled in, paved and with time has become the busiest street in Dubrovnik.
Franciscan monastery: If you're interested in history, visit this old Franciscan monastery. Today it is home to a museum and the oldest pharmacy in Europe, dating back to the year 1317.
City walls: Dubrovnik was a fortified city in medieval times and today the city walls are still an important feature of the city's architecture. Leave your Dubrovnik car hire in the city centre and get up on the wall. Follow it along and you'll get some amazing views of the city and the coast.
Find more information on Tzdubrovnik.hr.
There is something in every price range, youth hostels, modest hotels and even some luxury choices but in summer, hotels in Dubrovnik book up quickly. Out of season, many hotels close up for winter. Don't bank of finding a room upon arrival, book early to get a good deal.
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