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If you’re travelling to Dubrovnik from the north or northwest via Zagreb or Rijeka, the fastest way to get there is the A1 highway. The Zagreb-Dubrovnik section via the A1 highway and the Neum corridor is 600 km long, Split-Dubrovnik is 229 km, and Makarska-Dubrovnik is 153 km.
From mid-summer 2022, it will be possible to reach Dubrovnik via Pelješac Bridge, which will shorten the journey by approximately 40 minutes because there will be no waiting at the border crossings with neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina.
If you’re travelling from Central Europe via neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina, the fastest routes are via Sarajevo: Sarajevo-Mostar-Metković-Dubrovnik and Sarajevo-Foča-Trebinje-Dubrovnik.
For getting around the wider area of Dubrovnik, we recommend car rental and taxi services. Traffic is prohibited in the Old Town, so you can’t drive there, but there’s a public parking area and a public garage only a ten-minute walk from Stradun.