Dubrovnik is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, which could be reached either by plane, car, bus or ferry.
Dubrovnik airport is very well connected with practically all important Croatian and European destinations. It is currently the second busiest airport in Croatia.
Most major European cities are less than 3 hours away by plane. Direct flights are available from many capitals such as Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Edinburgh, London, Madrid, Paris, Prague, Rome, Riga, Stockholm, Vienna, as well as many other European cities such as Barcelona, Belfast, Bordeaux, Frankfurt, Hannover, Milan, Munich, Nantes, Salzburg and Venice. Regular flights between Dubrovnik and other Croatian airports (Zagreb, Split, Pula in Istria, etc.) are also available.
Dubrovnik airport in Čilipi is located 20 km away from the city. It can be reached by bus or by car.
You can also take a ferry. There is a regular ferry service from Bari, Italy, as an option to arrive in Dubrovnik. The trip takes around 10 hours.
Valamar Dubrovnik Resort consists of 5 hotels (2 hotels with 3 stars, 2 hotels with 4 stars, and 1 hotel with 5 stars). The Resort is approximately 5 kilometers away from the city and has all requirements for accommodation of more than 1000 participants of the EAAP Annual Meeting and general Assembly as well.
Annual Meeting venue at the Valamar Dubrovnik Resort is easily accessible by public transport. The main means of public transportation in Dubrovnik are the city buses. The bus line network is extensive and interconnects all parts of the city. The buses run all day in 20-30 min intervals with exception of the early morning when the bus traffic stops for 3 or 4 hours. Taxi service is available around the clock and you can easily take a taxi at the taxi station. If you are planning to drive a car in Dubrovnik, be aware that lots of streets are one way and sometimes you must make a big circle around the city to get somewhere you would like to go.