The Croatian Coastal and Historical City Of Zadar
City of Zadar Zadar is a city monument enclosed by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological riches of medieval and ancient times, renaissance, and several modern architectural accomplishments, including the world’s first sea organs. In the city of Zadar, large areas are exclusive to people on foot. With a guidebook in hand, feel free to stroll along the city’s cobblestone streets and walk through history while simultaneously experiencing the city’s modern life. Take a break in a pastry shop, restaurant, or cafe along the gastro. Listen to musical performances, take in the theater, visit museums, and view exhibitions.
The City Of Zadar – Photo Gallery
It is easy to reach Zadar by sea, land, or air. It has a strong traffic infrastructure and is connected directly to the Republic of Croatia other big cities, including Rijeka, Zagreb, Dubrovnik, and Split. There are plenty of places to stay and marina service is available for transportation. The new tourist port for cruisers and the ferry port are in the large Gaženica port area, which is about 3 km away from the town’s center (ship lines, local ferries, and tourist cruising ships). Situated in the middle of the Adriatic, Zadar is the metropolitan area of northern Dalmatia. Populated with 75,000 residents, it is the economic, administrative, political, and cultural center of the region. The coast is indented, and the untouched nature and islands attract many boaters. The archipelago counts 24 larger and approximately 300 smaller rocks and islets, a few nature parks – Velebit, Telašćica, and Vransko jezero, and 5 national parks – Plitvice lakes, Paklenica, Krka, Kornati Islands, and Sjeverni Velebit. As such, Zadar and surrounding area are some of the best tourist spots Croatia has to offer.