The Franjo Tuđman Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge in the city of Dubrovnik in Croatia that crosses the Dubrovnik River. It is 518 meters long, and a main span of 304 meters.
Construction of the bridge started in 1989, construction stopped due to the Croatian War of Independence. Construction continued in 1998 and the bridge opened in 2002.
The bridge is named after the first president of Croatia. He was president from 1990 to 1999.
The bridge is part of the D8 road. It shortened the road connection between the Dubrovnik area and Split by 10 kilometers