Kusalo Guesthouse Dubrovnik
How to get to Dubrovnik

By air

The following airlines operate flights to and from Dubrovnik Airport:

Country Airline City
Austria Austrian Airlines Vienna
Croatia Airlines Vienna
Belgium Jetairfly Brussels
Bosnia and Herzegovina B&H Airlines Sarajevo
Croatia Croatia Airlines Pula
Croatia Airlines Split
Croatia Airlines Zagreb
Estonia Estonian Air Tallinn
Finland Blue1 Helsinki
France Croatia Airlines Paris-Charles de Gaulle
EasyJet Paris-Orly
Germany EasyJet Berlin-Schönefeld
Germanwings Berlin-Schönefeld
Germanwings Cologne/Bonn
Croatia Airlines Düsseldorf
Croatia Airlines Frankfurt
Germanwings Hamburg
Croatia Airlines Munich
Air Berlin Munich
Lufthansa Munich
Air Berlin Stuttgart
Ireland Aer Lingus Dublin
Israel Croatia Airlines Tel Aviv
Italy EasyJet Milan-Malpensa
  Croatia Airlines Rome-Fiumicino
Luxembourg Luxair Luxembourg
Netherlands Croatia Airlines Amsterdam
Norway Norwegian Air Shuttle Bergen
Norwegian Air Shuttle Oslo-Gardermoen
Norwegian Air Shuttle Stavanger
Norwegian Air Shuttle Trondheim
Poland Norwegian Air Shuttle Warsaw
Slovakia DanubeWings Bratislava
Spain Vueling Barcelona
  Iberia Madrid
Iberia Valencia
Sweden Norwegian Air Shuttle Stockholm-Arlanda
Switzerland EasyJet Geneva
Croatia Airlines Zürich
UK Flyglobespan Aberdeen
Jet2.com Belfast
Flybe Birmingham
Bmibaby East Midlands
Jet2.com Edinburgh
Flybe Exeter
Jet2.com Leeds
EasyJet Liverpool
British Airways London-Gatwick
Croatia Airlines London-Gatwick
Thomson Airways London-Gatwick
EasyJet London-Gatwick
Monarch Airlines London-Gatwick
Thomson Airways London-Luton
Jet2.com Manchester
Thomson Airways Manchester
Flybe Southampton
By car

The trip from Split along the coastal road (Jadranska magistrala or D8) is a beautiful scenic journey through small, quaint villages and other tourist destinations. Just know that in the summer months the trip is likely to take several hours longer than anticipated. What looks like a short trip on a map can take six hours.

By bus

The new bus station is in Kantafig, near the northern approach and the Tudjman bridge. Local bus 7 operates between this station and Babin kuk.

Direct buses run to / from:

  • Zagreb (200 HRK, 11 hours, 7 daily)
  • Korcula (100 HRK, 3 hours, 1 daily)
  • Mostar (100 HRK, 3 hours, 2 daily)
  • Orebic (100 HRK, 2.5 hours, 1 daily)
  • Rijeka (400 HRK, 12 hours, 3 daily)
  • Sarajevo (160 HRK, 5 hours, 1 daily)
  • Split (100-150 HRK, 4.5 hours, 14 daily)
  • Zadar (200 HRK, 8 hours, 7 daily)

In the high season, there is also a daily bus leaving at 11 a.m. going to the Montenegro cities of Herceg Novi, Bar, Kotor, and Budva.

By train

There is no train to Dubrovnik. The closest rail station is at Ploce, less than 2 hours by bus from Dubrovnik. From there, you can connect with trains to Mostar and Sarajevo. Trains to the north can be boarded at Split, a 4 hour bus ride from Dubrovnik.









































































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