Parking can be a nightmare in the crowded streets of Dubrovnik. The best central place is the multi-storey car park at Ilijina Glavica (Zagrebačka ulica, K-2) or the public parking located at Gradac Park. It is only a 10 min stroll down the hill to Old Town’s Pile Gate.
Gradać park serves also as a parking promenade and is one of the two main parking areas in close vicinity to the Old Town Dubrovnik. The parking area is called "Hangman" as this marks the location where the ancient Republic hanged its offenders.
Pay stations are available if you are parking in the street and must be paid within 10 min via machine, a Tisak newsstand or online at www.sanitat.hr for the rate of five kuna per hour.
Although Dubrovnik is not serviced anymore by railway you can still travel by rail from Split (services from Zagreb), or Ploče (services from Zagreb, Sarajevo and Mostar) before continuing your journey by bus to Dubrovnik.
The main Bus Station is located in the Port of Gruz, in Dubrovnik. The bus terminal offers routes within Dubrovnik, domestic locations in Croatia and International Destinations. The bus station provide a tourist information centre, waiting room, toilet, luggage storage area, kiosk, public telephones, ATM machines and a Taxi station.
During summer time it is easy to get direct flights, or a one stop over with another European country, when flying to Croatia. Most of the international and domestic flights are from/to Zagreb (ZAG), Rijeka (RJK), Split (SPU), Pula (PUY) and Dubrovnik (DBV). Croatia Airlines is the national company and a member of Star Alliance, where you can earn flying points, connecting eg. Zagreb - Dubrovnik and return.
Explore the exciting coastline by seaplane with European coastal airlines that recently started to operate! The seaplane operators are based in Split, Kastel Stafilic, and Split airport and connecting more of the mainland in the future with the coastline and islands.