The Discover – Zadar City Tour

The Discover – Zadar City Tour

Duration
1 Days
Group size
up to 8 persons
Departure location
Zadar
Departure time
09:00
Return
time

11:00
Duration
1 Days
Group size
8 persons
Departure location
Zadar
Return
time

11:00
Departure time
09:00

Overview

Now introducing an amazing two hour walking tour in Zadar, led by our local guide! Come explore the city’s ancient architecture and captivating history, and uncover its hidden gems-

Welcome to Zadar, the oldest inhabited Croatian city. The city is well-known for the Roman ruins, medieval churches, museums, and the most beautiful sunset in the world. An intriguing city with exceptional history and rich cultural heritage is less crowded and is famous for its unique attractions. The sound-and-light impact of the Sea Organ and the Sun Salutation is an incredible thing to experience.

Discover the Venetian walls of the city that are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Join our 2 hours private walking tour and see the highlights of Zadar and hear the engaging stories from our local guide.

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  • Tour Guide | Coffee | Traditional Local Sweets and Spices Tasting
  • Tips for guide (non-compulsory)

You will see: Sea Organ Sun Salutation Church of St. Donat Cathedral of St. Anastasia Sea Gate Land Gate City Wall 5 Wells Square Famous city market

Itinerary

Discover the history and culture of Zadar on this incredible walking tour through one of Croatia’s most famous cities. Led by a fully licensed local guide, see the city’s top attractions including its ancient Roman architecture, the Greeting to the Sun, the Sea Organ, and the Land Gate which famously forms a Triumphal arch. Choose from a morning or afternoon tour to better fit your schedule.

Zadar as a town was founded about 2000 years ago, in the time when the Roman empire was on the top. Because of that we are going to see the old Roman Forum, with its remainings, and also the original entrance to the town. During that time the city of Zadar changed a lot of governments, and with that its structure was changed as well. We are going to see the old medieval fortifications, including  the Captain’s tower, and the famous venetian fortifications system with the Land Gate and Jelena Madijevka park.

People’s square is the center of the old city and we are going to visit it, seeing the City lodge and the City guard.

In the city of Zadar christianity came very early. Because of that there are a lot of things to see. The most important one of Zadar’s symbols is the church of Saint Donatus. Also, we are going to see the cathedral of Saint Anastasia, and Saint Simon church where the body of Saint Simon is preserved.

Throughout this time, the main street in Zadar – Kalelarga – will accompany us.

In the Zadar City Tour it is impossible not to see Sea Organ and Greetings to the Sun. With us You are going to discover the story of these two modern symbols of the city of Zadar.

Meeting Point: Istarska obala, 23000, Zadar, Croatia

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