The 2018 EuRA Conference is now fully booked.
The Dubrovnik Sun Gardens is currently fully booked.
We are keeping an active wait list for the hotel and the conference.
The Sun Gardens recommend two alternative hotels, the 4* Valamar Lacrama Dubrovnik and the 5* Valamar Dubrovnik President, which are on the same street on the outskirts of the Old Town, a 20 minute cab ride from the Sun Gardens. We will be providing a shuttle morning and evening and to the Gala Dinner. One of the best comparison sites is Trivago.
To be added to the wait list for the conference, contact Briony at firstname.lastname@example.org To be added to the wait list for hotel rooms, contact us and we'll put you in touch with the conference coordinator at the Dubrovnik Sun Gardens.
This beautiful Leading Hotels of the World property overlooks the Adriatic. The hotel is a 15 minute cab ride north of the city so be aware of the costs of transfers if you decide not to stay in the conference hotel. The hotel has two types of accommodation, rooms in the main hotel building and apartments in the Residences, located just across the breakfast terrace. The apartments are the same cost but are much larger, each with a full kitchen, living area and terrace. The full hotel services are available in both hotel rooms and residences. If you want to have a private space for meetings, then an apartment in the residences are an ideal environment.
Each year we expand our learning programmes and 2018 will be no different. We have lined up some fantastic networking events and as it's our 20th anniversary, some great celebrations to mark the event.
Dubrovnik is truly one of the most fascinating and historical cities in the Mediterranean. Whether you have been many times or are visiting for the first time, you will want to take some time out from your EuRA schedule to explore. With white limestone streets, superbly preserved architecture and vistas of the Adriatic from every turn, this is a city that will charm you.
Dubrovnik is no stranger to conflict due to its strategic importance as both a trading hub and a military stronghold. The terrible conflict in the Balkans and the shelling of the city in 1991 resulted in every single building in the Old Town being damaged. Today, the restoration is flawless and Dubrovnik is one of the most visited cities in Europe. So much so that the city government limits access to the Old Town during super busy periods. With Dubrovnik firmly on the cruise itinerary, check with us before you venture out as we will have the cruise ship arrival and departure times on the check in desk. If there are three or four ships in the harbour at once, the town is best avoided until after 3pm when they depart!