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Dubbed the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is a seriously beautiful city break or holiday destination - but it is also one that has far more to offer than good looks alone. From its medieval walls to the vestiges of modern conflicts, Dubrovnik is overflowing with history and makes a great destination that mixes traditional pursuits of sun-seeking and ice-cream eating with a generous dollop of culture.

Whether you're booking flights to Dubrovnik for a long weekend or are planning to spend a week or two discovering the city and surrounding area, there is plenty to keep you occupied.

A flight to Dubrovnik typically takes around three hours, so it's perfectly viable to travel to Croatia for just a few days if you don't have longer to spare.

Why book flights to Dubrovnik?

This wonderful city is home to stunning architecture and many outstanding landmarks, not least of all the impressive city walls that encircle the Old City. These ramparts have protected Dubrovnik for centuries and the views from the top are breath-taking.

The city is ideally located next to some truly stunning beaches and is within easy reach of some of Croatia's most picturesque islands and coastal resorts. Banje Beach is one of the closest to the city - a sandy-pebbly stretch that usually has calm waters.

Book a flight with a last minute deal to Dubrovnik Riviera so you'll have more for yummy seafood, head out with the whole gang on a sunny family holiday and explore the local Dubrovnik Riviera, try an all inclusive holiday if you want ultra-relaxation at one of the clifftop mega-resorts, or use our clever search engine to find the cheapest holidays to Dubrovnik or Croatia.

Top resorts in Dubrovnik Riviera

Dubrovnik
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Dubrovnik from £197 pp

Cavtat
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Cavtat from £219 pp

Mlini
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Mlini from £226 pp

Most popular hotels in Dubrovnik Riviera

Hotel Cavtat
Hotel Cavtat
Hotel Cavtat

Cavtat, Dubrovnik Riviera

from £305 pp
Rixos Libertas Dubrovnik
Rixos Libertas Dubrovnik
Rixos Libertas Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik Riviera

from £450 pp
Valamar Collection Dubrovnik President
Valamar Collection Dubrovnik President
Valamar Collection Dubrovnik President

Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik Riviera

from £449 pp
Valamar Argosy Hotel
Valamar Argosy Hotel
Valamar Argosy Hotel

Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik Riviera

from £360 pp
Aminess Grand Azur Hotel
Aminess Grand Azur Hotel
Aminess Grand Azur Hotel

Orebic, Dubrovnik Riviera

from £247 pp
Hotel Adriatic Dubrovnik
Hotel Adriatic Dubrovnik
Hotel Adriatic Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik Riviera

from £215 pp
Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel
Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel
Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel

Mlini, Dubrovnik Riviera

from £462 pp
Croatia Hotel
Croatia Hotel
Croatia Hotel

Cavtat, Dubrovnik Riviera

from £419 pp

Our Top Tip For Dubrovnik

The most impressive way to enter Dubrovnik old town is by boat. There are frequent ferry services to Dubrovnik harbour from Cavtat. They are inexpensive and offer great views of the coastline and inner islands.

 

Dubrovnik highlights

Soak up the culture

Landmarks of note in the city include the Rectors Palace, the Sponza Palace, St John's Fort, the large Onfrios fountain and the main street Placa, which is lined by Baroque buildings and is truly beautiful in its simplicity.

Head to the summit of Srd hill

Dubrovnik is a spectacular city from any angle, but nothing quite compares to looking down on it from above. While there is a road that winds its way up to the top of Srd Hill, by far the most exciting way to get to the top is by cable car.

Walk around the city walls

There are few better ways to begin your trip to the city than by taking a walk along its historic walls, which are roughly 2 km long and enclose the old city completely. It's a great way to get your bearings and pick out things you'd like to take a closer look at.

Visit the museums in bulk

Considering the small size of the old city, it's home to an impressive number of museums - though you'll find some are scattered just outside the city walls too. Some of them are housed in some of Dubrovnik's most atmospheric buildings, which are attractions in themselves, doubling your reasons to visit!

Walk the down Stradun

Visiting Dubrovnik and not walking down Stradun is all but impossible. The city's main thoroughfare, this street runs between Pile Gate and Luza Square, and is packed with tempting ice cream parlours, souvenir shops, charming cafes and historical buildings. 

 

The surrounding area

If you don't fancy spending your entire holiday in the city, you can head to one of Croatia's stunning Adriatic resorts that are within easy reach of Dubrovnik. 

Mljet 

Mljet is the largest island in the Dubrovnik archipelago and part of a national park. The main port here is Sobra and there are some outstanding beaches located around the isle's coast. 

Korcula

Korcula is the perfect place for a tranquil getaway. Boasting secluded coves, olive groves, vineyards and natural harbours, it's ideal if you want to combine a seaside escape with a spot of traditional Croatian culture. 

Slano

Slano is one of the peaceful harbour towns on the mainland, which boasts a picturesque sandy bay. The area around the village is agricultural, with olives, fruit, tobacco, herbs and grapes among the produce grown here. It's the perfect tranquil retreat if you want to get away from it all and avoid hordes of other tourists.