Situated on the Adriatic Sea, Zadar's rich history dates from prehistoric times as a Roman colony to present day. An intriguing city full of character, it is the fifth largest city in Croatia boasting a mixture of ancient ruins, Habsburg elegance, historical sites and cosmopolitan cafés. Zadar is a unique location with plenty for visitors to enjoy like the harmonic spectacle of the Sea Organ and the majestic Roman ruins that sprout randomly from the streets.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
A trip to Zadar isn't complete without experiencing its unique attraction, the Sea Organ. It's a musical marvel that you have to see to believe, as this experimental instrument plays music using the sea waves. Take a seat on its marble steps and watch the sunset as you listen to the harmonic sounds that travel through a resonating cavity and tubes underneath the water.
An emerging culinary destination, Zadar is full of old and new restaurants that mingle innovative and traditional Mediterranean fares. Taste the Dalmatian diet with cuisine from inland Croatia like fresh seafood and blitva, a mixture of chard and boiled potatoes.
The local currency in Zadar is the Croatian Kuna (HRK).
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