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Dubrovnik-Neretva Vacation Packages

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Top Hotels in Dubrovnik-Neretva

Dubrovnik Palace
Dubrovnik Palace
5 out of 5
Masarykov Put 20, Dubrovnik
The price is CA $160 per night from Dec 25 to Dec 26
4.6/5Exceptional! (987 reviews)

"It was very quiet and enjoyed two meals a day included in price"…"

Reviewed on Oct. 27, 2020

Dubrovnik Palace
Hotel Excelsior
Hotel Excelsior
5 out of 5
Frana Supila 12, Dubrovnik
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $346 per night from Dec 1 to Dec 2
4.7/5Exceptional! (510 reviews)

"Exceptional. The rooms were spotless. The location is not even five minutes away from the old town. But most importantly, the staff there is very courteous, helpful and professional- all the way from the concierge, the restaurants to housekeeping."…"

Reviewed on Oct. 6, 2020

Hotel Excelsior
Soleil Luxury Rooms Old Town Dubrovnik
Soleil Luxury Rooms Old Town Dubrovnik
4 out of 5
PRIJEKO 15, Dubrovnik
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $76 per night from Dec 1 to Dec 2
4.6/5Exceptional! (56 reviews)

"The apartment is in a prime location - in the oldtown. Minutes to the restaurants. The place is clean and the host is responsive. Please travel light because of many steps to get to the apartment and when you get to the place, there are also lots of steps to get up to your apartment."…"

Reviewed on Oct. 8, 2020

Soleil Luxury Rooms Old Town Dubrovnik
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Top things to do in Dubrovnik-Neretva

Dubrovnik Vacation Packages

This Croatian city is a living museum, a medieval town that juts out into the Adriatic Sea and is encircled by vast stone walls.  Dubrovnik is an attractive assortment of restored and reconstructed Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque palaces, plazas, monasteries, churches and fountains.

Over the centuries, earthquakes, civil war and sieges have nearly destroyed Dubrovnik. The most notable events were the catastrophic earthquake of 1667 and the heavy shelling during the civil war in the early 1990s. But today, Dubrovnik is a city reborn.

Begin your visit by walking on top of the city walls that encircle the entire old town. The fortifications were built between the eighth and 16th centuries. This huge curtain of stone is almost 1.4 miles (2 kilometers) in length and up to 72 feet (22 meters) high, providing excellent vantage points to see the city’s attractions. A tour of the wall at a casual pace takes about an hour.

Come down from the walls and explore the pedestrian-only Old Town. It’s a World Heritage Site and contains most of Dubrovnik’s major attractions including palaces, churches, gardens and designer shops. Walk down Placa, the marble-paved main street that’s lined with shops, cafés and restaurants. Note that there are no billboards or shop signs here. Their absence is due to local regulations that aim to preserve the area’s traditional look.

Visit the Rector’s Palace, a Gothic-Renaissance monument that was the seat of government in the old Dubrovnik Republic. Nearby is the Church of St. Blaise, an 18th-century Baroque building dedicated to the patron saint of Dubrovnik.

Enjoy the outdoors at Banje, Dubrovnik’s main beach just outside the walls of the Old Town. Swim in the crystal-clear water and bask in the sun while taking in the view of the Adriatic Sea. At scenic Gruž Harbour, Dubrovnik’s main port within walking distance of the Old Town, browse fresh food markets and catch a ferry to one of the nearby islands.

At night Dubrovnik offers both lively clubs and laid-back venues. The Old Town is dotted with many restaurants, cafés and bars. If it’s dancing you’re after, go to Culture Club Revelin, a nightclub situated in the ancient Revelin Fort. For something more soothing, take in a classical music concert at Rector’s Palace.

As most of Dubrovnik’s attractions are within the pedestrianized Old Town, most people travel on foot. Moving around the rest of city is easy by bus, taxi or rental car. Consider purchasing a Dubrovnik Card. This pass offers free use of public transportation, a travel guide to the city, discounts in restaurants and free entry into some of the cultural and historic attractions.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Dubrovnik-Neretva vacation package cost?
Perhaps less than you might think — from as low as , as a matter of fact! By combining flights, hotels and car rentals into your own custom-built vacation package, your getaway to Dubrovnik-Neretva is just clicks away.
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Dubrovnik-Neretva vacation package?
We totally get that life can throw you the odd curveball. If you’ve booked a Dubrovnik-Neretva vacation package and need to cancel or amend it, we can help. We recommend checking out our Customer Service Portal first for information. But generally, if you’ve taken out your package in the last 24 hours, you may be able to amend or cancel your itinerary at no cost. If it’s been longer than 24 hours, your airline, hotel or car rental company may charge a fee.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Dubrovnik-Neretva?
Imagine all the thrilling things you could do in Dubrovnik-Neretva with a spare C$590. If you combine your travel bookings into a package deal, you could save as much as that! You have so much choice when it comes to booking with Expedia. In fact, you can pick from more than 400 airlines and 321,000 properties around the world. Whether you’re taking time out with the entire family or flying solo, organizing a getaway to Dubrovnik-Neretva is better with a package.
Where should I stay in Dubrovnik-Neretva?
If you want to see well-known sights such as Sponza Palace and Rectors Palace, be sure to visit Dubrovnik. Stay a few extra nights to really delve into this happening city.
What are the top hotels in Dubrovnik-Neretva?
Hotel Excelsior and Dubrovnik Palace know how to make their guests feel welcome in Dubrovnik. If you also plan to get to Konavle, look up Hotel Croatia and Hotel Cavtat. Both are top picks with travelers.
When is the best time of year to visit Dubrovnik-Neretva?
You’ll have to consider your priorities to find the right answer. Typically, you’ll nab the best deals in , while is when prices usually rise. Dubrovnik-Neretva is at its busiest in . If you want a more laid-back getaway, would be a better time to pack your bags.
How far in advance should I book my Dubrovnik-Neretva vacation?
Savvy travelers often book early. You can usually start comparing international fares on Expedia up to 12 months before your flight. If you’re late to book, there’s no need to worry. Cheap prices occasionally occur in the last weeks before departure.
What does an Expedia Dubrovnik-Neretva travel package include?
Choose from any combination of hotels, flights and rental cars. Once you’ve made your booking, you can add some tours and activities. Want to pick your fare class? That’s easily done too. The choice is yours when it comes to creating your ideal Dubrovnik-Neretva escape.
What should I know before booking a Dubrovnik-Neretva travel package?
Our prices are already low. However, you’ll score an even better deal when you book your hotels, flights and car rentals together. With an Expedia package, you’ll always get transparent pricing and a terrific range of choice.
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Dubrovnik-Neretva vacation packages?
Pay the total cost of your vacation package upfront or split the cost over a few installments — it’s totally up to you. Every wanderer has their own financial circumstances. It’s for that reason Expedia works with online lender Affirm to offer a Book Now, Pay Later option for all package bookings.
Can I choose my airline with a Dubrovnik-Neretva Expedia vacation package?
Yes, definitely. Expedia has more than 550 airline partners to pick from worldwide. With so many choices, finding the right carrier to fly you to Dubrovnik-Neretva will be a snap.