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Getting from Split to Dubrovnik

Getting from Split to Dubrovnik

Getting from Split to Dubrovnik is a question I am often asked about in emails sent to me, so here are the detailed travel options for this highly popular travel route. Split to Dubrovnik by Bus: Split and Dubrovnik are connected by numerous buses that run daily between these two cities. Journey time is around four and a half hours sometime even more

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Getting to and from Dubrovnik Airport

Getting to and from Dubrovnik Airport

Transport to and from Dubrovnik airport is well organized. It is a busy hub from where there are several options you can choose for travelling to or from. Dubrovnik Airport does not have a train station so getting to and from Dubrovnik involves either taking a shuttle bus, taxi(cab) service or pre-arranged transfer to Dubrovnik town centre. By Airport Bus Shuttle: The recently introduced non-stop

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Overspend on transportation from Dubrovnik airport to the city

Overspend on transportation from Dubrovnik airport to the city

Overspend on transportation from Dubrovnik airport to the city is a mistake that people who fly to Dubrovnik airport often do so try to avoid it if you can. When you arrive at the Dubrovnik Airport, as soon as you pass the passport control and luggage collection,  you will be bombarded by local taxi and minicab drivers offering you the best rates

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Gruž to Dubrovnik Old Town

Gruž to Dubrovnik Old Town

Directions for getting from Gruž to the Old Town: The shortest distance between Gruž and Dubrovnik old town is 2.5 kilometres. As the traffic system in the town includes some one-way streets, taking a bus or taxi will be longer, up to 3.5 km. If you take a taxi from Gruž to the Old town you can expect to be there in 15 minutes (if

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Getting to Dubrovnik

Getting to Dubrovnik

Getting to Dubrovnik : Regardless of Dubrovnik’s geographic location and somehow isolation at the very south of Croatia near the border with Montenegro, getting to Dubrovnik is not complicated as there are various ways to get here – flights, buses, ferries and roads. Note: there are no trains to Dubrovnik. Flights to Dubrovnik If you are coming from abroad, flying to

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Getting from Mostar to Dubrovnik

Getting from Mostar to Dubrovnik

For a journey from Mostar to Dubrovnik, there are several options to consider depending on your route preferences, budget and time. The cheapest way to travel between these two cities is a bus which costs 107 HRK one way. The quickest way is to drive, which takes just over 2,5 hours if traffic is fine. At the present, there are no trains nor

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Day trip from Dubrovnik to Pelješac

Day trip from Dubrovnik to Pelješac

Above photo: Duba, small fisherman village on Peljesac Pelješac peninsula is actually very close to Dubrovnik. It takes just an hour drive from there to reach Ston, in my opinion, one of the best places to visit on Peljesac. There you can eat the fresh seafood, mussels and oysters, walk along towns medieval walls, visit local salt harvesting production and

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Getting from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik

Getting from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik

When planning your journey from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik there are several options to consider depending on your preferences and timings. The cheapest way to travel between these two cities is a bus which costs 148 HRK. The quickest way is to drive, which takes just under 4 hours if traffic is fine or to fly, via Zagreb. Here are the travel options

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Getting from Zagreb to Dubrovnik

Getting from Zagreb to Dubrovnik

If you decide to visit Zagreb, the Croatian capital, located in the northern part of Croatia as well as Dubrovnik, located on the Croatian coast, there are just three travel options you can take – you can either book a flight from Zagreb to Dubrovnik with Croatia Airlines, take a bus or drive to Dubrovnik. There is no train connection between these two

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Getting to Plitvice Lakes from Dubrovnik

Getting to Plitvice Lakes from Dubrovnik

The most comfortable (and the most expensive way) to reach Plitvice National Park from Dubrovnik is to fly to Zagreb and take a bus to Plitvice. For this option, the total journey time, including airport transfers and check in procedure is at least 7 hrs. Taking a direct bus from Dubrovnik to Plitvice is another option – there is a

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