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UNESCO World Heritage Site

Narodni trg
Crkva Svetog Donata
Zvona Zadarskog zvonika
Pogled na grad Zadar sa zvonika

Zadar je najveći grad, kulturno, gospodarsko i tranzitno središte sjeverne Dalmacije i najstariji kontinuirano naseljeni grad u Hrvatskoj. Zadar je danas jedna od najpopularnijih hrvatskih turističkih destinacija, koju je The Times proglasio "centrom zabave na Jadranu", a The Guardian 2017. "novom hrvatskom prijestolnicom coola".

Za znati[edit | edit source]

Njegove venecijanske gradske zidine upisane su na UNESCO-ov popis svjetske baštine.

Turističke informacije[edit | edit source]

U Zadar[edit | edit source]

By plane[edit | edit source]

Ground transportation[edit | edit source]

Buses run to the Central bus station and Old town from Zadar airport terminal. These buses are clean, comfortable and efficient. Buses run in conjunction with arriving flights. Therefore they will run more frequently during weekdays than at weekends, as more flights are arriving at the airport. However, at weekends it is still possible to catch a bus. The airport bus costs Template:Wy/hbs/EUR.

You can also rent a car at Zadar airport. There are multiple car rental companies.

For taxi or pre-booked transfers are also available.

By bus[edit | edit source]


About half the buses for Zagreb pass through the stunning Plitvice National Park.

By train[edit | edit source]

Very few people use train to get to these cities. The train to Knin is just of one carriage with no A/C and can be quite uncomfortable, however the scenery is beautiful and will leave you in wonder at the numerous stations which appear to be in the middle of nowhere.

By boat[edit | edit source]

Trajekt Jadrolinije (pogled sa rive)

Get around[edit | edit source]

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On foot[edit | edit source]

The centre is easy enough to get around on foot. To reach the bus and train stations or Youth Hostel you will probably need to catch one of the frequent local buses, which are the only form of public transportation.

By bus[edit | edit source]

Virtually all the routes have a stop at the Autobusni kolodvor (Bus station). In the newer part of the city there is another popular bus stop: Script error: No such module "Marker". – at the a post office at the crossroads of Ul. Josipa Jurja Strossmayera and Ul. Stjepana Radića.

Single ticketsTemplate:Wy/hbs/Dead link can be bought either at the driver or at Liburnija kiosk at a bus stop. Double ride tickets, sold individually or bound into a carnet of 10 (so for 20 rides) are available at newsstand (Tisak) kiosks.

Buses are usually scheduled from early morning (05:30 - 06:30) and finishing just before the midnight, so plan your trips accordingly.

You can check the map here.

By bicycle[edit | edit source]

The cycling infrastructure improved during the 2010s. But still, foreign traffic participants pay more attention to cyclists than locals.

Bicycle service[edit | edit source]

By taxi[edit | edit source]

The main taxi ranks in Zadar are at the following locations:

  • Autobusni kolodvor (Bus station)
  • Ferry quay at the Liburnska obala in the old town (near the bus stop), tel. +385 (0)23 251 400
  • Obala kneza Branimira at the opposite end of the bridge across the Jazine bay
Čamac i trajekt uz ulaz u luku

By boat[edit | edit source]

Svučilište u Zadru
Crkva Svete Marije
Kopnena Vrata
Morske orgulje
Pozdrav Suncu

Walk around the atmospheric streets of the old town, located on the peninsula. There are 34 old churches on the peninsula, and all of them with a very rich history. The oldest is St. Simeon (Sv. Šime).

  • Chill in one of the cafes and enjoy the city, the sun, and the people.
  • Walk: take a stroll along the paved seafront on a summer evening for one of the best sunsets in Europe and listen to the relaxing sounds of the rather original 'sea organ' set into the harbour wall.
  • Sail: if you wish to spend your holidays on a yacht charter, Zadar has a lot to offer.The best season for sailing is early summer with good S/SE winds in May and June, while the winds during July and August are generally calmer. Summer temperatures are 26-30°C in average and the sea temperature is about 25°C.
  • Swim: take a dip in the beautiful clear waters. It's quite common to see people sunbathing and swimming along virtually the entire coast of Zadar. The most popular beaches are:
  • Kolovare, close to the city centre, a favorite for locals.
  • Borik, a massive hotel complex hosting numerous activities such as parasailing, water slides and other activities.
  • Vitrenjak, close to Zadar's sailing club, Uskok. A beach frequented by mostly families. In the nearby sailing club you can find a lovely open terrace cafe offering refreshments and food.

Contemporary art and culture[edit | edit source]

Zadar has been advancing its offerings in Contemporary art and culture in 2010s. With few festivals and strong dance scene it also has alternative cultural centers like Nigdjezemska and Knjigozemska (for indy and grassroot culture), as well as most recent institutional offerings in so called II Palaces (for modern-history and contemporary culture).

Zadar has 2 major shopping areas: the old town with its numerous shops, and the Voštarnica commercial district.

Budget[edit | edit source]

Mid-range[edit | edit source]

Splurge[edit | edit source]

Drink[edit | edit source]

Sleep[edit | edit source]

Touristi uživaju zalazak sunca kod instalacije Pozdrav suncu

Budget[edit | edit source]

Splurge[edit | edit source]

Umreženost[edit | edit source]

Od rujna 2021. Zadar i obalna autocesta imaju punu 4G i sporadičnu 5G pokrivenost T-Mobilea/Hrvatskog Telekoma, A1 i Tele2.

Wifi je široko dostupan na javnim mjestima i u većini kafića.

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