Book cheap directly available rental cars in Dubrovnik
Croatia is a popular tourist destination all year round. Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful places you can visit in Croatia. To special popularity Dubrovnik was one of the settings of the series Game of Thrones. Where is Dubrovnik? Dubrovnik is located at the southernmost tip of the Adriatic coast of Croatia. This medieval city with its historical center is certainly the most famous destination in Croatia worldwide and one of the most famous in the Mediterranean. Dubrovnik is the ideal starting point to explore this region with a hired car. You will find the cheapest rental cars for Dubrovnik on our portal. Benefit from our many years of experience in comparing rental cars.
Picking up your hired car best at the airport
How do I get to Dubrovnik? The majority of travelers come to Dubrovnik by plane (DBV). It is therefore recommended to hire a cheap car directly after arrival. Alternatively we have a number of attractively located stations in the city of Dubrovnik. At the airport you will benefit from a number of advantages besides saving time.
The following are the main advantages of picking up your hired car at Dubrovnik Airport:
Road from the Dubrovnik Airport to the city center
How do I get from Dubrovnik Airport to the city? From the airport there are regular airport express buses to the city. The journey time is about 30 minutes, the fare is 35 HRK. The departure of the buses from the airport depends on the landing times. There is enough time to pick up the baggage. From Dubrovnik the buses leave 2 hours (international flights) or 1.5 hours (domestic flights) before the respective departure time. As an alternative to a flight you can also reach Dubrovnik by long-distance bus.
|Urban areas||50 kmph|
|Rural areas||90 kmph|
Dubrovnik: UNESCO Weltkulturerbe erkunden
Dubrovnik has a port, numerous museums, a university and is also the capital of the Dubrovnik-Neretva region. The population is about 44.000. The inclusion in 1979 on the UNESCO World Heritage List underlines its uniqueness and makes it a must for every traveler interested in culture. The historic city walls were built in the 13th and 16th centuries, its fortress tower Bokra has become a world-famous symbol of Dubrovnik. Numerous medieval monasteries, churches and palaces are waiting to be explored. This picturesquely situated city captivates beyond its cultural offer and medieval flair. Dubrovnik is also ideal for beach vacations.
What are the most beautiful sights of Dubrovnik?
Taking an amazing road trip starting in Dubrovnik
On the offshore island of Lopud and in the suburb of Ploèe there are ruins of the military hospitals, here called Lazareti, where, for the first time in Europe, travellers arriving in 1377 had to stay in quarantine for 30 days, later on for 40 days in isolation, as a preventive protection against the plague. The world's oldest arboretum, Arboretum Trsteno, which was built around 1492, is located near the city of Dubrovnik. The Lovrijenac fortress is located west of the old town on a 37-meter-high rock. The inscription on the fortress "Non bene pro toto libertas venditur auro" means in English "Freedom is not sold for all the gold in the world". It was first mentioned in an official document in 1301. The island of Lokrum was first mentioned in 1023 as the site of an abbey and a Benedictine monastery. In 1839 the island was bought by Archduke Maximilian of Austria and a summer house was built. The plants in the garden come mainly from Australia and South America. In 1963 the island was declared a nature reserve and in 1976 it was declared a special forest reserve. The lake Mrtvo More is directly connected to the open sea.