Travel info


You can come to Cavtat by all means of transport, except by train.

Arrival by plane

The Dubrovnik Airport is in Čilipi, only 5 km from Cavtat. For local transport to Cavtat, taxi service is available 0-24 hours – ++385(0)20 640 100.

The taxi stand is located next to Terminal Building “B”
(Domestic & International Arrivals).

Taxi fare is approximately 17 €. The journey time to the hotel Croatia-Cavtat takes 15 – 20 minutes depending on the traffic.


Arrival by bus

You can come to Dubrovnik by bus (which is only 18 km away). In addition to international lines, there are daily intercity lines to and from all major Croatian cities and towns.

For transport from Cavtat to Dubrovnik or Dubrovnik to Cavtat, bus number 10 is scheduled every 30 minutes.

The ticket price for transport (one way) is 3,50 €.


Traffic Info


  • road and ferry conditions ++385 062 777 777
  • road tolls in Croatia and abroad
  • traffic restrictions for certain categories of vehicles
  • fuel prices in Croatia and abroad
  • advice on the best routes
  • ferry schedules for the Adriatic

The info center is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


European emergency number: 112

112 is the European emergency number, available free of charge, 24/7, anywhere in the European Union. Citizens can dial 112 to reach the emergency services, including the police, emergency medical services, and the fire brigade.

Passport and Visa requirements

The travel document that a third-country national is using to enter Croatia must be valid for at least another three months after the planned departure from Croatia and issued within the previous 10 years. This does not apply to EU/EEA citizens who can enter Croatia with a passport or an identity card, both valid for stay and exit from Croatia.

You should apply for a visa ( from the consulate or embassy of the country you are visiting.

For foreign citizens: Since 1 April 2013, the Republic of Croatia has been applying the European Union’s Common Visa Policy. Pursuant to the Government’s Decision, the Republic of Croatia applies Decision No 565/2014/EU according to which all third-country nationals who are holders of valid Schengen documents, as well as national visas and residence permits of Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Romania do not require an additional (Croatian) visa for Croatia. Further information is available under the Visas link (

Border officials in EU countries may ask for other supporting documents such as an invitation letter, proof of lodging, return, or round-trip ticket. For the precise requirements contact the local consular services of the EU country in question.

Practical tips

ATM/cash machines are available in the airport.
Local SIM cards are affordable and available for purchase at the airport.

Currency and exchange rates

The official currency of Croatia is the Euro (€).