So the big question is, is there a McDonald’s in Dubrovnik, Croatia? The answer is no, there is not a McDonald’s in Dubrovnik, unfortunately.
We stayed in Dubrovnik for a month and although it is super beautiful and definitely worth visiting, it is a very small town and doesn’t have very many amenities.
Where is the Nearest McDonald’s to Dubrovnik?
The nearest McDonald’s that you are going to find is in Mostar, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. That is a 2-hour bus ride from Dubrovnik.
There are a lot of buses that do day trips to Mostar from Dubrovnik so if you are really craving that Big Mac then book a day trip to Mostar!
There are also four McDonald’s in Split, Croatia but that is about 4 hours from Dubrovnik.
If you are thinking about heading over to Montenegro for a quarterpounder with cheese then think again. There is not a single McDonald’s in the whole country of Montenegro.
3 Alternatives to McDonald’s in Dubrovnik
If you still are looking for a burger or fast-food fix then here are your next best options:
1. Burger Tiger
With over 600 reviews on Google Maps, this is your next best option when it comes to burgers in Dubrovnik. There are some vegetarian and vegan options too!
This place also has some burgers and cold sandwiches but is a little more upscale and fancy. It has over 900 reviews on Google Maps though so it is a great option.
3. Fast Food Republic
Lastly, but certainly not least, we have Fast Food Republic. With over 300 reviews on Google Maps, this is the place for fast food in Dubrovnik (just look at those pictures!).
So although there are no McDonald’s in Dubrovnik, Croatia, there are other fast-food alternatives that will be much more expensive but also a whole lot better.
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Dayna Brockbank is a travel and language-learning blogger who has lived around the world but has now settled in Nice, France. She speaks 3 languages at varying levels of fluency: Spanish, Italian, and French, and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Spanish Education. She and her husband focus on making travel part of life by living cheaply and traveling on a budget.