Dubrovnik Flights GuideDubrovnik is a Croatian city along the Adriatic Sea. Some of the top attractions in Dubrovnik are the City Walls & Forts, Lokrum, Rector's Palace, Franciscan Monastery & Museum, Cathedral of the Assumption, War Photo Limited, and Sponza Palace. Take a cable car to Mt Sr? and enjoy the city view of terracotta-tiled rooftops, the island of Lokrum, the Adriatic Sea, and the Elafiti Islands.
Dubrovnik has nonstop flights to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Dubrovnik also has direct flights to Osijek and Pula. You can drive to Mali Losinj, Brac Island, Osijek, Rijeka, Split, and Zadar but the shortest routes require tolls and crossing through Bosnia and Herzegovina. To reach Mali Losinj and Brac, you must take a ferry too.
Dubrovnik has mild to cool and wet winters and hot, muggy summers. Between October and April, the Bora wind blows cost gusts down the Adriatic coast. Thunder is common is common year round. Temperatures in spring and fall are comfortably warm. July is the driest month of the year by far. October to December is the rainiest months of the year with peak rainfall in November. June through September have the highest daylight hours, more than double the daylight hours during winter.The best time to visit Dubrovnik is June and September when the daylight hours are long, temperatures are warm but not hot, and tourists are fewer.
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