Dubrovnik Old Town
The ancient city of Dubrovnik, lying at the southern tip of Croatia on the shores of the Adriatic Sea, offers beautiful sandy beaches as well as historic architecture and year-round culture at its world-renowned festivals.
This popular historic port is home to the walled city of Dubrovnik Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On a warm summer evening it is the perfect spot to take in an open-air show, or just going for a stroll through the historical city. A visit to the Old Town will ensure that you see why the city has been nicknamed the “Pearl of the Adriatic”.
Historical attractionsDubrovnik’s historical atmosphere can be enjoyed by walking the ancient streets of its walled Old Town or relaxing by a marina. Beautifully preserved Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque monuments, palaces, churches and fountains attract visitors from all over the world. Walking the streets in this part of town is like walking through a living and breathing part of history, sure to leave a lasting impression.
Dubrovnik Old Town is pedestrianized, so visitors can really experience its ancient and varied paved streets by walking among the historic buildings. The 2 kilometer long walls provide stunning views of the city and the blue waters of the Adriatic Sea.
Entertainment all year roundAlthough best known for its summer festival, Dubrovnik Old Town provides visitors with cultural events all year round. The colorful Festival of St Blaise in February offers a look into the local traditions, and the Libertas Film Festival attracts the stars to Old Town in April.
Located just 20 minutes from the city’s stunning Old Town, Radisson Blu Resort Resort & Spa, Dubrovnik Sun Gardens is ideally located, offering beautiful sea views and easy access to the historical architectural sights and festivals in the city.