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If you are looking for a way to explore one of the oldest and most fascinating cities in Croatia, join us for a Zadar guided tour. You will discover the rich historical and cultural heritage of this city, located on a small peninsula in the Adriatic Sea.
Zadar has been inhabited since the 9th century BC, and has witnessed many civilizations and cultures, from the ancient Romans to the Venetians, from the Austrians to the Italians. You will see the traces of these influences in the architecture, monuments, and traditions of Zadar.
On our Zadar guided tour you will visit the Roman Forum, the largest one built in Croatia, where you will see the remains of temples and columns. You will also admire the church of St. Donatus, a symbol of Zadar and one of the best examples of pre-Romanesque architecture in Europe. Also you will visit the Five Wells Square, where you will learn about the history of these wells that provided water to the city during sieges. Next, we will walk along Kalelarga, the main street of Zadar, where you will feel the pulse of the city and its people. You will see some of the most important buildings and churches in Zadar, such as the cathedral of St. Anastasia. We will end our Zadar guided tour at the Riva, the waterfront promenade that hosts two unique installations: the Sea Organ and the Greeting to the Sun. The Sea Organ produces sounds by the waves of the sea, while the Greeting to the Sun creates colorful patterns at night.
Our Zadar guided tour will give you an unforgettable experience of this city that combines ancient history with modern art and culture. Don't miss this opportunity to discover Zadar with a local guide who will share with you stories, legends, and tips about this amazing place.
It doesn’t get older than ‘wide’
The main street in Zadar is named Široka ulica (široka = ‘wide’) and it is believed it’s as old, or even older, than the city itself.
For the very first time …
Many firsts did Croatia experience in Zadar - the first university dating back to the 14th century; the first Croatian novel and newspaper in Croatian language were published there.
is an architectural object located in Zadar, Croatia and an experimental musical instrument, which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps.