DUBROVNIK • CROATIA • October 7th – 10th, 2018
Faculty of Textile Technolog in Zagreb
University of Zagreb
Travel information - How to get to Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is situated in the southernmost part of the Republic of Croatia and is connected with the European capitals and the rest of the world by air, sea and public transport.
By plane

Dubrovnik International airport is located 17 km from the city center. All participants flying to Dubrovnik should book their flights directly to Dubrovnik.

If you are arriving on a regular flight, there are regular buses departing from the airport to Dubrovnik. Travel time is around 20 minutes.
 The buses leave the airport after every landing. The price is Kuna 35 (EUR 5) and you can buy the ticket on the bus.
For those preferring to take a taxi to Dubrovnik, there are taxi-cars waiting throughout the entire day (just outside the airport hall). You will probably be offered a price in advance, or you can demand that the price be determined by the taximeter. The price is Kuna 300 (EUR 40).
When travelling from Dubrovnik, the departures of the regular buses from the main bus terminal are 90 minutes before the estimated takeoff time.

By road

Dubrovnik is some 600 km away form Zagreb.
From Zagreb you take a highway to Split, where you take a coastal road to Dubrovnik and Cavtat.
Road distances of Dubrovnik from: Ljubljana 750 km (Slovenia), Graz 780 km (Austria), Budapest 800 km (Hungary).

Interactive map of Croatia

By Sea

Another pleasent way of traveling to Dubrovnik is by sea. There are international and coastal ferry lines arriving and departing from Dubrovnik.
Jadrolinija is the main Croatian passenger ferry company, with the highest number of regular international and domestic lines. The other Croatian shiping and freight agency is Jadroagent Ltd.
International ferry lines:
Zadar - Brbinj (Dugi otok) - Ancona; Zadar - Ancona; Split - Ancona; Split-Stari Grad (Hvar)-Korcula-Ancona; Dubrovnik -Bari.

By Rail

The rail network connects all major Croatian cities, except Dubrovnik. There are direct lines to Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina and other countries. Indirect lines also exist, conecting Croatia to almost all other European countries. If you plan to travel by rail the best way is to arrive to Zagreb or Split and take the bus from there to Dubrovnik.

Croatian Railroads official pages