Cave under the airport!
Dubrovnik is undergoing a major expansion, ready to be completed in time for the summer of 2017. The small airport has constructed a glitzy new terminal, Terminal C, ready to handle Dubrovnik's ever-increasing visitor numbers. Runways, storage facilities, parking areas and passenger services are all in the process of being expanded and modernized.
Coffee shop, snack bars
Vip lounge, Business lounge
Between flights? Check out the airport gardens which won a local tourism award in 2006. Even better is the prehistoric Durovic Cave that dates back to the Bronze Age. The 199m-long cave is replete with stalagmites and stalactites, ice crusts and curtains. Although the cave was opened to great fanfare in 2010, it is now closed to the public due to ongoing construction. Perhaps visiting the cave will again be possible when construction is completed.
There is a branch of the Dubrovnik tourist office at the airport ready to distribute maps and information. They will help find accommodation if you're stuck.
There's one parking lot with 200 spaces. Parking is free for the first 15 minutes and then increases at a rate of about 5Kn every two hours thereafter.
Whether you drive, take a taxi or public transport, you have options. Check out Dubrovnik airport ground transport here.
The car rental counters are across the road from the departures area. Most major car rental agencies have branches at the airport, including:
There are no hotels at the Dubrovnik airport but there are hotels nearby. See my recommendations or search now:
Dubrovnik airport serves both local and international airlines. There are many more international flights in the summer but the past few years have shown an increase in year-round routes. Read more.
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