Zadar is a city very long history of 3000 years and an extremely valuable cultural heritage. Located in the heart of the Adriatic, in conjunction beauty of the past and all the amenities sought by modern travel offers many tourist attractions. One of the most popular Croatian tourist destinations, which the Times of London proclaimed "entertainment center on the Adriatic", a Guardian "new Croatian capital of cool." The turbulent history of this city has left many scars on him, but also a valuable cultural heritage. The particularity of its historical monuments and cultural heritage. From different historical periods have been preserved in many churches and monuments which are visible to an art building all the time. Highlights of the most famous church of St. Donat, St.. St. Anastasia Church. C., Church and Monastery. Mary, the Church and Monastery. Francis city walls, forts and gates, St.. Grisogono, the palace Grisogono Vovo, Providurovu ducal palace and the palace.
Each year Zadar offers its visitors the Zadar Summer Festival, Music evenings in the Church of St. Donat, and a great tourist festivity called Night of the full moon in July when the parties in the city squares and the tiny streets go on till early morning hours. Another great folk festivity is the Days of Maraska. The festivity lasts for several days and large quantities of the Maraschino liqueur are consumed. For those who prefer a livelier entertainment, there are many clubs on the island of Pag. In Zadar you should check out Forum, Gotham and Kult Cafe where you can party till early morning hours. Be sure to visit Kod četiri kantuna, a well-known hang-out place for young people. A perfect place to start your day with a cup of coffee and the sun on the Zadar riva.
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* prices for June 2017 based on the maximum capacity for a minimum stay of 7 days