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You can fly 1-stop from Cape Town to Dubrovnik with BA or Virgin (both via London).
There are no 1-stop flights from Durban to Dubrovnik. You can fly 2-stop with BA, Virgin or SAA (codeshare)
Whilst in Dubrovnik you'll want to see the old walls and buildings and experience the history of the "pearl of the Adriatic", see:
The Old Port
Enjoy the Adriatic Sea up close with a swim
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Boat trip to the The Elaphiti Islands, Mljet Island, Korcula or Peljesac.
Cable car ride.
Visit neighbouring towns of Kotor (in Montenegro), Perast (in Montenegro) or Mostar (in Bosnia & Herzegovina)
Dubrovnik Airport is pinpointed in this map, and as you can see it is a fair distance south-east of the city.
Dubrovnik Airport is the only airport servicing the city. Navigate to Dubrovnik flight information to check whether flights are on schedule.
The phone number at Dubrovnik Airport is +385 20 773 100.
There are usually buses from the airport.
You can hire a taxi.
You can hire a car from Dubrovnik Airport with Thrify, Europcar or easyCar.
A few kilometres from the airport are Apartments Carol (Cavtat), Villa Dobrasin (Cavtat) or Apartments Arti (Cavtat).
You can fly direct to Dubrovnik from Amsterdam, Athens, Belfast, Belgrade, Bergen, Berlin, Birmingham, Bratislava, Brussels, Bucharest, Cologne, Dublin, Dusseldorf, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Istanbul, London Gatwick, London Luton, Geneva, Helsinki, Leeds, Liverpool, Luxembourg, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Pula, Rome, Sarajevo, Southampton, Split, Stavanger, Stockholm, Tallinn, Tel Aviv, Trondheim, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb or Zurich (many of the flights are seasonal).
Airlines which fly directly to Dubrovnik are Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Air Berlin, Austrian Airlines, B&H Airlines, Blue1, BA, Croatia Airlines, DanubeWings, easyJet, Estonian Air, Flybe, Germanwings, Iberia Airlines, Israir, Jetairfly, Jet.com, Lufthansa, Luxair, Monarch Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Tarom, Thomson Airways, Turkish Airlines & Wizzair.
The peak season is when Europeans take their summer holidays in July and August. In September and October room prices are a bit lower, the water is still warm, the air temperature isn't too hot, and it's not as crowded.