Zadar is situated on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia, facing the Adriatic Sea. The city’s old town is a popular tourist destination, characterized by narrow cobblestone streets, historic churches, and charming squares. The most famous attraction in Zadar is the sea organ, a unique musical instrument powered by the sea waves. The city also boasts numerous museums, including the Archaeological Museum, Museum of Ancient Glass, and Museum of Illusions. Zadar offers its visitors a unique fusion of a historic old town with Roman ruins, medieval churches and excellent museums. It is a true living, vibrant city!
While waiting for the sunset, feel free to walk around the city. Taste Zadar specialties in one of many restaurants or simply sit by the sea listening to the music that sea produces playing the Sea Organ. The highlight of our tour is undoubtedly the prettiest sunset experience you’ve ever come across.
For those interested in history, the city has many ancient Roman ruins, such as the Roman Forum, which dates back to the first century AD. Zadar’s cuisine is influenced by both Italian and Croatian traditions, offering visitors a range of seafood, pasta, and other local specialties. Accommodations in Zadar range from hotels to apartments, and visitors can choose from a variety of events throughout the year, such as music festivals and cultural exhibitions.