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Welcome to Dubrovnik
Visit one of the most well-preserved and beautiful medieval walled cities in the world. Book cheap flights to Dubrovnik with Condor and dive into this atmospheric port city that breathes history at every turn. The city of Dubrovnik is dramatically located on Croatia's beautiful Dalmatian coast. The old town of Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for good reason. Despite a major earthquake in 1667, the walled city has survived the centuries largely intact.
Walk along the ancient walls that surround the old town, get lost among the narrow lanes, marvel at the impressive cathedral and finish off your day with a rich seafood dinner at a cozy old town restaurant. Dubrovnik has its own unique and romantic atmosphere, as well as a convenient location close to some of Croatia's loveliest beaches. Book your cheap flights to Dubrovnik and let Condor transport you to another world.
Book a cheap flight to Dubrovnik from Seattle, Los Angeles, Denver or any number of other cities in the US and Canada. Flights to Dubrovnik are routed via Frankfurt am Main and take around 14 hours.
The best option for reaching the city center from the airport after your flight is a taxi. Taxis are usually waiting outside the terminal and are good value. It is helpful to have the name and address of your accommodation in writing as some drivers do not speak English. Airport pick-up services are also offered by most hotels.
Top Attractions in Dubrovnik
Old Town tour
Take a guided walking tour through Dubrovnik's fantastically well-preserved Medieval center, wander its historic walls and learn about this port city's turbulent history. Make sure you have a local guide to give you the insider's tips you need to make your holiday perfect.
This large palace complex was the administrative seat of the Dubrovnik Republic between the 15th and 19th centuries and is an impressive mix of Gothic, renaissance and baroque styles. The palace now houses a museum.
Pile Gate and Big Onofrio's Fountain
Pile Gate – the city's north gate – makes for an impressive entrance into Dubrovnik. Wander across the drawbridge and pass under two magnificent stone arches. Big Onofrio's Fountain, close to Pile Gate, was built in the 15th century and carries famously pure water into the city from some 20km away.
Wander around Dubrovnik's scenic old harbor with an ice cream and watch the sailing boats float in. Or just take a seat at one of the harbor-side seafood restaurants and while away hours drinking wine and sampling local delicacies.
Island of Lokrum
The island of Lokrum, just a short ferry hop from Dubrovnik, is home to a beautiful nature reserve and pretty beaches. You can even swim in a miniature 'Dead Sea' – a small salt lake with crystal-clear waters. There is also a botanical gardens on the island that was founded by Archduke Maximilian Ferdinand of Habsburg, who also, in a flight of fancy, introduced peacocks.