The Pearl of Croatia and the Mediterranean
Dubrovnik's Old Town is famous and unique for its impressive medieval walls and forts, churches, monuments and palaces.
Aldo it started as a small community, the city of Dubrovnik flourished and soon became the seat of the independent Dubrovnik Republic. After seafaring and trading were mastered Dubrovnik Republic was the proud owner of a fleet on the South Adriatic which could be compared to the one owned by Venice. The Old City is encompassed by impressive medieval walls, which have been preserved in their original form, open for visitors as one of Dubrovnik's major attractions. In 1979 Dubrovnik was included in UNESCO World Heritage Site list.
Arriving to Dubrovnik by plane
Upon arrival to Čilipi airport you can reach the city by taxi or you can take the regular airport shuttle bus to Dubrovnik. The bus stops at Pile Gate first, the next stop is Dubrovnik main bus station in Gruž. The bus ticket from the airport is 35 kuna (ca. 5 Euros) in one direction.
Arriving to Dubrovnik by bus
All domestic and international bus lines leave and arrive at the Main bus station in Gruž.
Arriving to Dubrovnik by ferry or boat
Ferry connections are available from Gruž harbour and in summer there are regular ferry departures and arrivals from Rijeka and Split in Croatia, including departures and arrivals from Ancona in Italy