Spend a day in Zadar, a city with three thousand years old history, the city which was voted The Best European Destination in 2016.
Its rich heritage from the Roman period, medieval architecture, Romanesque churches, Renaissance masterpieces and contemporary architecture is something you shouldn’t miss.
Our guide will take you through its streets rich in history and culture.
A walk through the historical part of the city where you’ll see the Roman Forum, the church of St. Donatus from the 9th century – the symbol of the city, the cathedral of St. Anastasia from the 13th century, the People’s Square, the Square of Five Wells, the city walls with the representative Port Gate and Land Gate from the 16th century, The Sea Organ – an unavoidable point in all tourist itineraries of the city of Zadar and its region, Greetings to the Sun and Kalelarga – the main and most famous street in Zadar, said to be older than the city itself. After exploring this beautiful city, we recommend a lunch break in one of the many excellent restaurants.
After the break, visiting the nearby town of Nin, the oldest Croatian royal town. The statue of Duke Branimir welcomes you at the entrance to the old town. Next to the stone bridge, you will see a replica of the Croatian boat from the 11th century – Condura Croatica. Glagolitic records from the 20th century can be seen in Nin on the monument of Duke Branimir and on the fountain cover in front of the Church of St Anselm. Among other monuments, you’ll visit the church of the Holy Cross, also known as ‘the smallest cathedral in the world’. Another unavoidable spot is the monument of Bishop Grgur Ninski, the work of the famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović. According to belief, Grgur grants the wishes of those who touch his big toe. Your wishes will come true, so they say – a perfect way to end this trip 🙂
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