Dubrovnik, an old city located on the coast of the Adriatic Sea in the south of Croatia, can be reached on flights to Dubrovnik Airport. The airport is located 20 kilometers south of the city center and offers tourists a cafe, several shops, a bank and a currency exchange service. The airport also offers free Wi-Fi connectivity. Numerous airlines operate out of this airport, including some that offer cheap flights to Dubrovnik. Croatia Airlines operates a bus service between Dubrovnik Airport and Kantafig, the main bus station located 2.5 kilometers northwest of the Old Town. Taxis are available from the airport, as well as car rental companies, such as Budget, Hertz, Avis, and Alamo.
Tourists on Dubrovnik flights will find the Old Town very interesting to navigate. This is because it comprises a maze of little streets. The city is easy to explore on foot. Tourists who have not booked accommodations in the Old Town can reach it by bus. The easiest way to reach the Old Town from the Main Bus Station is through buses 1, 1A and 1B. If you don’t want to use public transportation, you can rent a car through Kompas Rent a Car or EasyRent. A Marker Car Rental services offers cars, motorbikes, and scooters for rent.
Dubrovnik’s Old Town is home to the Bell Tower, the subject of many vacation photographs. Rector's Palace, which houses a museum dedicated to Dubrovnik’s history, is a popular attraction for visitors. The War Photo Limited, an exhibition of war and conflict photography, is a dream for budding photographers visiting the city. The Big Onofrio´s Fountain is the ideal place for tourists and locals to relax. The Aquarium is popular with children. Lapad Beach, a beach located close to the Old Town, is the perfect place to relax after a long day of exploring.
If you saved money on your airfare to Dubrovnik, you might want to do some shopping. Popular Croatian goods include handmade tablecloths and linens. Shops in the Old Town sell goods of this kind. The Pharmacy, located at the Franciscan Monastery, sells toiletries based on ancient recipes. Fresh is a restaurant that serves cheap food wraps and smoothies if you need a quick lunch. Marco Polo serves traditional food in a small outdoor courtyard environment. D'vino Wine Bar offers a large selection of wines in an intimate atmosphere while Capitano is where tourists can listen to live Croatian music during the evening.