Book a flight to Dubrovnik and visit the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’
American Airlines is launching direct flights from Philadelphia to Dubrovnik on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast next summer.
Launching June 7, 2019, American Airlines will begin flying seasonal flights between Philadelphia and Dubrovnik that will run three times a week until September 27, 2019, on Boeing 767 aircraft.
Dubrovnik’ s Marble streets and baroque buildings hug an assortment of cafés, shops, bars, and restaurants. Churches, museums and monasteries are decorated with ornate carvings, harking back to a colorful and artistic past. Beyond the walls of Dubrovnik lie some of the Adriatic’s most beautiful beaches, woodland and island scattered seas.
Don’t rush Dubrovnik. Amble the streets, people-watch from the café terraces, soak up the sun and relish in the romance of this city. Spend evenings strolling in the moonlight or sipping cocktails on a tiled terrace in one of its friendly bars.
After spending a few days in Old Town, you might be interested in a sailing tour. There is an ACY Marina a few miles away from the center of town where you can charter a yacht if you are a sailor.
If you are not a sailor but want to experience stunning islands of Adriatic sea, LuxMetiderraneum has a perfect solution for you, your family and friends. Experience stunning islands of Elafiti, Mljet, Lastovo, Korčula, and Hvar sailing on a sailing yacht with a perfectly balanced program and activities. You can book the tour and boat privately or just book one of 3 cabins and meet interesting new people from around the world.