There are 31 flights operating between Istanbul and Dubrovnik. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Izmir and Ankara to Dubrovnik.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Dubrovnik flights? In the coming 3 months: Ankara Dubrovnik 5,689 TL, Frankfurt Dubrovnik 2,342 TL and Istanbul Dubrovnik 2,731 TL
Better to book your flight to Dubrovnik 18 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
January and December months are the highest season for Croatia, Dubrovnik. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: October and June.
Dubrovnik, located on the Adriatic Sea coast of Croatia, is famous for its historical artifacts from the Middle Ages, and is built on a promontory extending into the sea in the south of the Dalmatian coast. Dubrovnik, a green city on the arm of the Mediterranean to the Adriatic, is a natural wonder that you will arrive at after the curves of the rocky and narrow roads of the Adriatic coast. Dubrovnik, formerly known as Ragusa, is also one of the oldest cities in the Balkans.
Dubrovnik, a medieval city, was built between the 12th and 17th centuries. During the reign of Murat I, the city came under Ottoman rule in 1365 as a privileged small state. The French army, which entered the city in 1808 during the Napoleonic era, connected the state to France, and in 1815 the Congress of Vienna gave the administration of the city to Austria. In this way, 443 years of Ottoman rule over the city came to an end. The historical monuments of Dubrovnik, which is surrounded by the magnificent 1942-meter-long walls located in the historical city today, were destroyed by the Serbian attacks during the civil war that took place during the separation of Croatia from Yugoslavia in 1991, and are being restored by Unesco today. The city, which gained its former appearance in 2005, is the most popular city in Croatia.
Places to visit
Dubrovnik, the most popular touristic city on the Adriatic, is the center of Croatia's Dubrovnik-Netreva Province. It reveals a rich culture with its pleasant, sunny, lively and warm atmosphere of the deep blue Mediterranean, as well as its historical structures. Dubrovnik, formerly known as Ragusa, has been Croatia's literary, cultural, artistic and scientific center from past to present.
The Historic City Walls of Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic, look like an open-air museum. The area, which is flooded with tourists, is located at a point where you can see the best view of the city. The bastions, castles and towers within the walls are also very eye-catching. An example of Renaissance architecture, Minceta Castle, St. Luke's Tower, which guards the entrance to Dubrovnik Harbor and is located near the Ploce Pass, also houses the Aquarium and the Maritime Museum. Onofrio's Fountains, located at the entrance points of Pile Pass and Ploce Pass, located in the historical city center to bring clean water to the city, are also located in this region. Dubrovnik Harbor, which has a magnificent view surrounded by palm trees near the Old Town, which is included in the Unesco World Heritage List, is the most popular place of the city. The port and its surroundings, which are flooded with tourists, are home to many shops and small markets. Lovrijenac Castle, which is one of the important historical buildings to be seen before coming to the Old City from the Pile Pass, is used as a museum and theater building today.
The Franciscan Monastery, which was built in the 14th century in the Baroque architectural style, has a church, a museum and a pharmacy that has been in service since 1317. The Marin Drzic House, which has been converted into a museum by the country's famous literati Marin Drzic, the Cathedral Treasury with a Byzantine style architecture, the War Photographs Exhibition Center reflecting the past of the country, which has experienced many destructions in its history, the Sponza Palace, which was built between 1516 and 1521 in the Gothic Renaissance architectural style. main attractions.
Stradun Street, known as the heart of the city and home to luxury shops, cafes and restaurants, stretches from Pile Pass at one end of the city to Ploce Pass at the other. St. Ignatius Jesuit Church, which was completed in 1725 and is the largest church in the city, right next to the Jesuit University that trained Dubrovnik's best scientists, Lapad Bay with the most beautiful coastline of the city, Roland's Column and Bell Tower, Gothic architecture The Palace of Rectors, built in the style of Roland's Column, also known as Orlando's Column, are among the must-see places in the city.
Eating and drinking
Dubrovnik cuisine, where the Mediterranean country feature predominates as a food culture, mostly consists of olive oil and seafood. It consists of natural dishes made with fresh products such as meat stews, pasta and bread varieties, and stuffed calamari. The Old Town District, the Port District and Stardun Street stand out to taste the outstanding examples of the cuisine with influences from Hungarian, Austrian and Italian cuisines. As for drinks, don't leave without tasting the homemade brandy travarica, orahovica with its low alcohol content and light aroma, and local Croatian beers!
Turkish Airlines has direct flights between Istanbul and Dubrovnik. Apart from that, you can reach Dubrovnik via European connecting via Iberia, Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and British Airways. It is possible to reach the city from Dubrovnik Airport, which is 20 km away from the city center and is the third largest airport in the country, by bus, taxi, shuttle or by renting a car.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Adana - Dubrovnik||6,796.40|
|Ankara - Dubrovnik||5,734.23|
|Athens - Dubrovnik||3,898.88|
|Antalya - Dubrovnik||3,408.10|
|Berlin - Dubrovnik||2,611.64|
|Cologne/Bonn - Dubrovnik||5,267.79|
|Dusseldorf - Dubrovnik||3,186.89|
|Dubai - Dubrovnik||6,054.56|
|Frankfurt - Dubrovnik||2,698.27|
|Hannover - Dubrovnik||3,268.10|
|Istanbul - Dubrovnik||4,339.72|
|Izmir - Dubrovnik||3,369.95|
|Leipzig/Halle - Dubrovnik||4,028.13|
|London - Dubrovnik||1,615.45|
|Milan - Dubrovnik||1,399.93|
|Munich - Dubrovnik||2,216.85|
|Paris - Dubrovnik||2,092.39|
|Rome - Dubrovnik||1,881.57|
|Sofia - Dubrovnik||2,400.74|
|Stockholm - Dubrovnik||3,123.53|
|Stuttgart - Dubrovnik||2,686.89|
|Vienna - Dubrovnik||2,394.52|
|Zurich - Dubrovnik||2,253.52|
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