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      Please note that you will be able to book your next flight to Dubrovnik with Brussels Airlines as of 15 October 2017.
      We will start flying to Dubrovnik as of summer 2018.

      Flights to Dubrovnik

      Nicknamed “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik is a seaport in the south of Croatia that has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979. Heavily bombed during the 1991 war, all the damaged buildings have been repaired, and the whole of Dubrovnik, famous for its medieval City Walls, can now be considered an open-air museum. Go for a walk on the 2-km long ancient walls surrounding the city and take as many pictures as you can!

      Then, stroll down the Stradun, or Placa street, a pedestrian street in the old town surrounded by many historic buildings and monuments. When you tire of all that walking, take a break in one of the many taverns and try the delicious Mediterranean specialties.

      You will find some of the most popular beaches of Croatia around Dubrovnik, such as Ninska Laguna or Lapad beach - a peninsula connected to the mainland by a long pedestrian boulevard lined with several coffee bars. If you’re looking for something other than city beaches, take a ferry to reach the island of Lokrum which is home to a Benedictine monastery, a castle, a botanical garden and a naturist beach.

      At the end of the day, dive into Dubrovnik’s nightlife. Try out the local rakjia, a fruit brandy very popular in the Balkans, in one of the numerous bars and pubs in the old town. In July and August, the city hosts the prestigious Dubrovnik Summer Festival, with a rich programme of concerts, theatre and dance performances presented on open-air stages.