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Why Fly to Dubrovnik?
Arguably Croatia’s most popular city, Dubrovnik has plenty to offer travellers—starting with the city’s delightful medieval old town. Most people enter through the Pile Gate, the traditional entrance and unmissable for its stunning statue of St Blaise, the patron saint of the city. The pretty main street, Stradun, leads visitors through this living museum where they can sit and relax by the 15th century Onofrio Fountain, inspect the Franciscan Monastery which operates the oldest pharmacy in Europe or wander down to Orlando Column, to encounter the locals – it’s a favourite meeting spot. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Dubrovnik.
Flying to Dubrovnik from the UK
There are flights to Dubrovnik direct from London Gatwick and London Stansted airports plus a number of UK regional airports. These include Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Southampton, Exeter, Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh, Belfast, East Midlands, Dublin and Bournemouth. However, some flights, particularly on charter airlines, operate on a seasonal basis, beginning at the start of the summer. You can also fly from London Heathrow but you have to change at Zagreb.
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Which Airlines Fly to Dubrovnik?
You can get a cheap flight quite easily to Dubrovnik thanks to the plethora of carriers who operate to Croatia. However, there are far more flights in summer than winter. easyJet flies out of London Gatwick, Stansted and Liverpool, Jet2 flies from Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Edinburgh and Belfast while Bmibaby operates out of East Midlands and Dublin airports. Flybe has operations from Birmingham, Southampton and Exeter and Thomsonfly flies from London Gatwick and Manchester. Aer Lingus flies from Dublin and Palmair from Bournemouth. British Airways flies from London Gatwick. Croatia Airlines will fly you to Dubrovnik but you’ll have to change planes in Zagreb.
Mini Travel Guide to Dubrovnik
Tourists love the city’s old town not just for its gorgeous, medieval architecture but also because there is so much to do there. A great way to take in the size and layout of the old town is to walk along its impressive medieval city walls. They’re 3m thick along the seawall, 6m inland and punctuated by four fortresses on its corner, Minceta Tower, Reveline Fortress, St John’s Fortress and Bokar Bastion.
In this historical centre there are 10 museums along which tell the story of the city from different perspectives. The Cathedral Treasury is a must-see along with the Croatia War of Independence Museum, the Maritime Museum and the Natural Science Museum.
But there’s more to the Dubrovnik experience that its monuments and museums. Take a stroll through the farmers market which takes place in the mornings in Gundelic Square where you can pick up fat ripe plums, delicious figs and homemade wine and honey. The city is full of wonderful little outdoor cafes too where you can while away the time over a glass of Rakija and get to meet the locals. Be aware that cafes tend to serve drinks only so if you’re hungry and want to save on a restaurant bill, head to one of the many bakeries around the city which sell divine pastries and croissants.