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Booking your airfare to Dubrovnik is effortless, as it has just one airport. You'll find Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) around 9 miles (15 kilometers) from the city center.Where to stay in Dubrovnik
If you'd like someplace upmarket to rest your head, slide between the silky smooth sheets at the Olea. Alternatively, check out The City Place - Apartment. It's a satisfying choice if you're traveling on a budget.Places to visit in Dubrovnik
So many things to do and so little time. If you're keen to experience the best of this city, add Franciscan Monastery and Sponza Palace to your travel itinerary. If you get the chance, try to get to Church of St. Blaise and the Onofrio's Fountain too.
Even if you don't want to take a tour of Rector's Palace, this historic landmark is worth viewing from the outside. Seeking some more options? For people keen to learn about the area's history, be sure to visit Orlando's Column. And that's not all there is. There's really nothing like the peacefulness of listening to the songs of the seabirds. Take some me time and savor the sight of the sun's reflection on the water at Copacabana Beach.How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Dubrovnik
Your trip to Dubrovnik kicks off as soon as you've satisfied all the security checks. Here are some helpful tips and hints to make sure you get through quickly:
Are you after a taste of history on your next vacation? History buffs will love visiting Dubrovnik, Croatia. Best known for its Old Town and architecture, this seaside town will take your breath away. Plus, Dubrovnik flights into Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) are cheap.
Flights to Dubrovnik Airport land about 14 miles south of town. To get into town, your best bet is to rent a car. Luckily, you can rent a car through Travelocity, or opt for one of our packages to Dubrovnik. If you'd prefer, you can hop on one of the airport's shuttle buses instead, it'll pick you up right outside the pickup lane at the airport, but be sure to book ahead of time. Either way, when you fly to Dubrovnik, you'll be ready to hit the town 20 minutes after leaving the airport.
The architecture in Dubrovnik is to die for. Most buildings are preserved shockingly well and range in styles from renaissance to Gothic. The beautiful buildings make a simple stroll around the streets a true treat. This old town faces the Adriatic Sea, which means that there are tons of restaurants at which you can eat delicious, fresh seafood. After you've filled up on fish, head to the city's most popular destination: Old Town. Dubrovnik's Old Town is especially distinctive for the giant, stone walls that surround it. Climb the city walls for one of the greatest views in the entire historic city. If you're after views, you should also hop into the town's cable cars, which will take you on a ride over the city. It's especially stunning at sunset. And when you're worn out, rest in one of the many Dubrovnik hotels, many of which embrace the varying architectural styles as the rest of the city does.
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