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There are tons of top tourist attractions in Zadar
These tourist attractions are not quite so popular, but we still recommend checking them out if you have time in Zadar...
View Church of St. Donatus Details »
Church of St. Donatus is a church in Zadar that dates back to the 9th century. It was originally named the "church of the Holy Trinity", but in the 15th century its name was changed to Church of St. Donatus. To go and look inside you must ...
View Kornati Islands Details »
The Kornati islands are about 30km away from Zadar, and are very popular for tourists visiting Zadar. On the day long boat tours (you can find many companies offering day tours) you can see some awesome sights. The Kornati Islands include...
View Narodni trg (People's Square) Details »
People's Square (Narodni Trg in Croatian) is in the middle of the Zadar old town city area. Each side of the square has history, ranging from the City Guard and its large clock tower. This clock tower was built in 1562. The City Loggia ca...
View Morske Orgulje (Sea Organ) Details »
The Sea Organ (known as the Morske Orgulje in Croatian) can be found on a corner of the old town area of Zadar. It is a large musical instrument, that plays music from the wind and sea waves and tubes that are under the large steps. It is ...
View The Roman Forum Details »
The Roman Forum was first founded by Emperor Augustus I. Areas of the City Forum were used as a temple to Minerva, Jupiter and Juna. Before the 1930s it had been forgotten about, but was rediscovered in the 1930s after Allied bombs revealed...
View Zadar Cathedral (St. Anastasia) Details »
Cathedral of St. Anastasia is a Roman Catholic cathedral that dates back to the 4th and 5th centuries. It has had two Popes visit it (Pope Alexander III in 1177, and Pope John Paul II in 2003). The building was heavily damanged in 1202 by...
View Zadar City Gate Details »
Zadar's main city gate might be one of the first things you see when entering the old town area of Zadar. It is a very impressive entrance into the city (right next to the Foša harbour). It was built in 1543 (by Michele Sanmicheli)...
View Skydiving Zadar Details »
SkydivingCroatia.com offers the experience of skydiving in Zadar. If you want something memorable and a bit scary, this would be perfect for you!...
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