Zadar is a historic coastal city located in Croatia, along the Adriatic Sea. It is the largest city in the northern Dalmatia region and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Europe, with a history dating back over 3,000 years. Zadar is known for its rich cultural heritage, beautiful architecture, and stunning seafront promenade. Zadar’s Old Town is a maze of narrow, cobblestone streets, historic buildings, and charming squares. The town has a mix of architectural styles, from Roman and medieval to Venetian and modern, reflecting its long history.
Roman Forum: Zadar’s Roman Forum, dating back to the 1st century, is a well-preserved archaeological site where you can see remnants of Roman columns, arches, and other structures.
St. Donatus Church: This round church, built in the 9th century, is one of the most iconic landmarks in Zadar and is known for its unique Romanesque architecture.
Sea Organ (Morske orgulje): The Sea Organ is a fascinating and innovative architectural installation along the waterfront. It uses the motion of the waves to create musical sounds, providing a unique and calming auditory experience for visitors.