Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Dubrovnik Sun Gardens

Discover Dubrovnik


Welcome to the beautiful port town of Dubrovnik, nestled on the Dalmatian Coast. Renowned for its marvelous Old Town, this Croatian city has become one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea. From here you can experience architectural wonders, historical sights, fantastic cuisine as well as diving into the inviting Adriatic Sea.

Rich in history

Historical records indicate that the city was founded in the 7th century, and has since then seen both prosperous and tumultuous times. In 1979 the city joined the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. After the independence of Croatia in 1991 the city was besieged for 7 months, where heavy artillery strikes damaged close to half of the buildings in the Old Town and killing hundreds of its citizens. After the siege and artillery attacks ended, Dubrovnik’s Old Town was repaired adhering to UNESCO guidelines.

As you walk through the Old Town you’ll find shops, restaurants, cafes and galleries seemingly around every corner. A 1,940 meter long stone wall surrounds the Old Town, which is entirely a pedestrian area. Today, the Old Town stands as a historical marvel and is a living and breathing piece of history
 

Rich in activities and adventures

In addition to being a historical site, Dubrovnik has plenty of activities that are guaranteed to entertain. You can enjoy superb watersports such as jet-ski’s, diving and more, or head on an enticing excursion to nearby islands where you can explore nature reserves, pristine beaches or ancient monasteries.

And what better way to experience the “Pearl of the Adriatic” than staying at Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Dubrovnik Sun Gardens, a resort set on a beautiful hillside with a panoramic view over the Adriatic Sea? Offering world-class comfort, superb facilities and a laid-back Mediterranean setting, it may just be what you have been looking for.
 

Facts about Dubrovnik

  • Currency: Croatian kuna
  • Dialing codes: Dial +385 for Croatia; 020 is the Dubrovnik area code
  • Electrical capacity: 220 V, 50 Hz voltage with continental 2-pin plugs
  • Identification: Photo ID should be carried at all times
  • Healthcare: Croatia has been rated as having good healthcare, and UK/EU residents usually only pay a percentage for any services
  • Time Zone: Dubrovnik is 1 hour ahead of GMT and observes daylight saving time
  • Tipping: 10% tips are expected by waiters and drivers in Dubrovnik
  • Visa: UK and EU residents, as well as those from the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, can visit Dubrovnik without a visa for up to 90 days