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With AFerry we always give you our best prices for ferries from Rijeka to Dubrovnik. No matter which page you book from we always include all our special offers. And there is no need to look for a discount code. If we have an offer available, your ferry price will include the reduction or offer. There's no need to look at other websites.

If you're not sure if the Rijeka to Dubrovnik route is right for you or you can't decide between ferry companies, if there is more than one, you might also find it useful to read any reviews we have available. We ask all our customers to send us reviews for Rijeka to Dubrovnik ferries. Remember though, that the earlier you book, the cheaper prices normally are. So don't spend too long deciding! Rijeka to Dubrovnik is a popular route, so we advise you to book as soon as possible.

About Rijeka

Rijeka is filled with large shopping centres, with many different shops for you to wander around and enjoy some retail therapy. There are also many restaurants in the city, serving both domestic and international food, so it's a great place for those that like to sample new cuisines, as well as those that need their home comforts.

The Maritime Museum is well worth a visit. As a traditional transport hub, Rijeka is very proud of its industry. The most prominent of all buildings in Rijeka has to be the stunning National Theatre.

About Dubrovnik

The ferry port of Dubrovnik has always played a major role, with the maritime trade the basis for Dubrovnik's growth and prosperity throughout its history. You can catch a ferry from Dubrovnik in Croatia to Bari, Rejeka and Split.

Dubrovnik is located in the extreme south of Croatia, and with its beautiful city-centre (a UNESCO heritage site), emerald green sea, grand views and sandy beaches, it is easy to see why Dubrovnik is known as the `Pearl of the Adriatic' (a term coined by Lord Byron), and is one of the major tourist destinations on the Adriatic coast. It is considered one of the premier tourist resorts of the Mediterranean, and when the rich and famous go to Croatia, their destination is Dubrovnik.

The city is full of stunning architecture and some amazing sculptural work, all painstakingly restored following the conflict in the 1990's. Within Dubrovnik's grand city walls a mass of beautiful palaces, churches, museums and other grand architecture shows off the history of the city and are there to be explored. The old-town is entirely geared towards tourists, and a multitude of restaurants, bars and hotels can be found.

Reviews

  • 11 Oct 2014
    Part of the holiday & not just travelling
    • We spent a fortnight travelling through Croatia (Pula, Rijeka, Dubrovnik) in September 2014). Pula is lovely, Dubrovnik is amazing. Rijeka is horrible and we wouldn't wish it on anyone. The best bit about Rijeka is leaving it! Trsat is pleasant enough though. Boarding the Liburinjia was very straightforward & we were directed to our cabin promptly. The cabins are small & basic, and the bathrooms are not going to be to everyone's satisfaction. However, it's for one night. Those prone to sea sickness may find the experience of being lower down in the ship a little queezy (we felt a little delicate a few times, but it soon passed). Bar was fine and cheaper than I had dreaded. Restaurant offered pleasantly surprising quality & value at dinner time - we had steak & it wasn't bad at all. Breakfast was fine, if a little limited. Coastal views from the boat are magnificent. From docking at Split at 6-ish in the morning, until you arrive in Dubrovnik in the early evening, it's non-stop beauty. I would recommend it as a way of travelling through Croatia for this reason alone. The ferry journey with Jadrolinjia actually made our (otherwise unpleasant) stay in Rijeka justified & worthwhile.

      Review by Mark & Stu, UK

  • 20 Aug 2012
    Holiday travel in Croatia from north to south is 26 hours
    • My partner Vikki and I caught the ferry from Rijeka to Dubrovnik after staying a week in Pula just of from the port of Rijeka, finding the ferry in the port was easy and we had booked on line back home in the Uk. Picking up the tickets was very easy and straightforward, we had only booked a deck pass and the price of out tickets was very good, not expensive at all. We found all the staff and crew were very helpful, as we slept on deck during our journey we found it a bit like camping. we traveled in august so it was very warm but were able to find a sheltered spot to sleep, the atmosphere on the deck was great. the restaurant was nice and the food very good, we would recommend this ferry line and sailing as a great way to travel while in Croatia !

      Review by Derek Jones

  • 19 Jul 2011
    Visiting from Canada!
    • It is hard to sleep in a room the smells like a somebody did not flush the toilet. It was hard to sleep because of the smell and the engine noise so we did not get any sleep. Everything else was great but. We could of done with out the 2 things

      Review by Douglas Villeneuve

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