Travelling by plane
The Dubrovnik International Airport (DBV) in Čilipi is about 30 minutes by car from the center of Dubrovnik and 15 to 20 minutes drive from the Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Congress venue. There are several transfer options from Dubrovnik International Airport to Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera hotel in Srebreno.
- Transfers from the International Airport Terminal to the Main Bus Station in Dubrovnik for about 9 EUR (one way) and 12 EUR (round trip) are available at the airport. Platanus shuttle bus leaves about 30 minutes after each flight. When buying tickets in the bus, inform the driver that you will be getting out at Srebreno. On the way back from Dubrovnik to International Airport in Čilipi, the obligatory bus stops are at: Dubrovnik Main Bus Station (in Gruž), Grawe station, Old town (Cable car stop) and Srebreno station (in front of One Suite Hotel), which is 5 minutes walk from the Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Congress venue, hence no need to book the bus. Just take a look of the time table and be on the bus stop on time.
- The taxi stand is located in front of the passenger terminal of building “B” (Domestic and International arrivals). If you opt for the taxi operators waiting in front of the terminal building, arrange the price in advance, insist on the receipt and credit card payment. UBER is reliable and easily accessible throught continental Croatia. Note that UBER in Croatia has a TAXI sign, just as all other TAXI services. The cost from the airport to the hotel should not exceed € 30,00.
- You can always arrange an airport pickup with our affable hosts in the Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera hotel (Phone +385 20 600 500, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Travelling by car
From Zagreb you can reach the hotel Riviera Sheraton Dubrovnik in Srebreno via the Croatian highway A1 and the expressway D8 in six hours (about 600 km). There is a good news here. As from July, 26th, 2022, you don’t need to pass an infamous tiny strap of Bosnian mainland on your way down south to Dubrovnik, which usually included long queues to leave and re-enter EU, as Croatia opened spectacular Pelješac bridge which elegantly connects Dubrovnik with the rest of Croatia and EU.
Travelling by boat
Jadrolinija, a Croatian state-owned ferry and speedboat operator, provides regular service to Dubrovnik from Bari, Italy (ferry, twice weekly) and Split (speedboat, daily). From Dubrovnik Port, you can take a city bus or taxi (UBER) to the Sheraton Riviera Dubrovnik hotel in Srebreno. This gives you another option to fly to Split or anywhere in southern Italy, combine business and pleasure, and get to your final destination by sea. Visit www.jadrolinija.hr for more information.
Travelling by bus
Dubrovnik is very well connected with Croatian and regional centres by an abundance of bus connections. All buses to and from Dubrovnik depart and arrive at Main Bus Station in Dubrovnik, including all international bus lines as well as buses to major Croatian destinations (such as Zagreb, Split, Zadar). If you are coming from the eastern (Montenegrin) side, you should ask the driver to let you off in Srebreno, rather than going to the Main Bus Station in Dubrovnik and then finding your way back to Srebreno. Use the online engines to find your line.
For an excellent, unpretentious, updated, and user-friendly online travel guide to Croatia, visit www.total-croatia.com.