Dubrovnik bus station
Getting to Dubrovnik can
involve some planning because of its geography.
Located on the southeastern
tip of Croatia, with a mountain rim separating it from Bosnia, near
a border to Montenegro and facing the sea, land travel to Dubrovnik
is limited to just a few roads. (See
Dubrovnik on a map) You don't just wander into town! Despite
its geographic limitations, there are lots of ways to get to Dubrovnik--flights, buses, ferries and roads. The one thing you can't do is take a train
to Dubrovnik because there are no trains to Dubrovnik.
A flight to Dubrovnik may be your best option if you're coming from:
northern Europe. Low-cost carriers have regular flights from the colder countries. More.
A ferry to Dubrovnik may be your best option if you're coming from:
southern Italy. The Bari to Dubrovnik ferry runs from spring to fall. It's the only international ferry connection! More.
A bus to Dubrovnik may be your best option if you're coming from:
neighboring countries. Regular connections are there from Bosnia-Hercegovina and Montenegro. More.
Driving to Dubrovnik may be your best option if you're coming from:
Montenegro. It's really a breeze. More.
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