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What should I know before visiting Dubrovnik?
Plan your itinerary around the cruise ships
If you want to explore the Old City without the huge crowds, plan your sightseeing around the cruise ships. Check ship arrival and departure times online before your boarding flights to Dubrovnik to see what times are likely to be the quietest around the city.
Try to avoid peak season
The best time to book plane tickets to Dubrovnik is for travel during the two shoulder seasons. From April to May and September to October, the city is quieter while still experiencing pleasant weather and conditions for exploring. By planning your trip outside of the busy summer months (June to August) you may also increase your chances of snapping up hotel deals and cheap flights to Dubrovnik.
Walk the walls in the morning
The City Walls are one of the top attractions for tourists travelling on airfare to Dubrovnik. If you want incredible views over the city without the crowds, begin the walk first thing in the morning. Access to the City Walls usually opens at 8am, and if you get there early enough, you may even be able to take photos with nobody else in the fore or background.
What are the best restaurants and cafes in Dubrovnik?
Panorama Restaurant & Bar
Want to dine with showstopping views of Dubrovnik below you? Take the cable car up to the summit of Mount Srd. The Panorama Restaurant & Bar lives up to its name and is one of the best spots in the city to have dinner or a sundowner. While eating your meal, you can see all of Old Town and as far away as Lokrum Island and the Elaphite Islands. Be sure to book a table if you’re travelling on summertime flights to Dubrovnik and don’t want to risk being turned away at the door - the views make this diner super popular with tourists!
Above 5 Rooftop Restaurant
Above 5 boasts one of the best views in Dubrovnik. It's the only rooftop terrace in the heart of the city and is surrounded by the city walls. Above 5 is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Come in the mornings for Mediterranean-style scrambled eggs or a salmon and avocado bowl, or time your visit later in the day to try Dalmatian pogaca (brioche with confit tomato, garlic cream and anchovies), grilled swordfish with hummus, or pigeon breast with soy reduction.
Get your caffeine fix with a stop at Gradska Kavana. The restaurant has a gorgeous view of Old Town and it’s a good spot to get your bearings once you’ve settled in from your flights to Dubrovnik. While it's not the cheapest option in the city, the views are worth the higher prices. Gradska Kavana also serves cocktails in the evening, making it a good spot for sundowners as well.
How much time should I spend in Dubrovnik?
If it's your first time travelling to Croatia on return flights to Dubrovnik, give yourself between four to five days in the city. This will give you more than enough time to see the major sights like the city walls, go on a Game of Thrones walking tour and wander through the pretty marble streets. You'll also have enough time left over to schedule in a few day trips. Some of the most popular options for travellers with tickets to Dubrovnik include even driving into neighbouring Montenegro or Bosnia. You can hire a car with Webjet when you buy your airfare to Dubrovnik or at Dubrovnik Airport (DBV). If you'd rather not drive on your holiday, you can take the ferry to Lokrum Island or join an island-hopping tour.
What can you do in Dubrovnik over the weekend?
Watch the sunset from Mount Srd
You won't find better views of Dubrovnik than from the top of Mount Srd. Active types can hike to the summit, or you can drive or use the cable car. If your flights to Dubrovnik arrive at Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) during the day, making the trip up to the summit is a beautiful introduction to the city. Pack a bottle of wine and find a spot to watch the sunset over Cavtat, Elaphite Islands and Old Town.
Go on a day trip to Mostar
Planning on hiring a car to use while holidaying on your flights to Dubrovnik? Go on a day trip to Mostar. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its Stari Bridge is famous around the world for its beauty. With the border crossings involved, you will need to allow for a full day for a trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Plus don’t forget your passport!
Join a kayak tour
Kayaking the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea is one of the best things to do in Dubrovnik on the weekend. If your flights to Dubrovnik fall over the warm summer months, you'll find shops to rent from near Old Town. On a calm day, you can paddle out as far as Lokrum Island.