is a Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea, the center of Zadar County and the wider regional complex of northern Dalmatia and Lika. Zadar is like an open-air museum, its picturesque and narrow streets leading to a magnificent and permanent museum display. The city walls are the ancient guardians of this historical museum, and when the walk moves a little further away from the ramparts, new city attractions such as the Monument to the Sun or the Sea Organ bear witness to the city and its imperishable inspiration.

What to see?


  • The Cathedral of St. Anastasia
  • The Church of St. Donatus
  • The Church of St. Chrysogonus
  • St. Mary’s Church
  • The Church of Stomorica
  • St. Michael’s Church and Monastery
  • St. Dominic’s Church and Monastery
  • St. Francis’s Church and Monastery
  • The Church of Our Lady of Health
  • Croatian National Theater
  • The Riva
  • Zadar Puppet Theater
  • Kalelarga
  • Barkajoli
  • The Small Arsenal
  • Petar Zoranić Square
  • The Five Wells Square
  • Monument to the Sun
  • Varoš
  • The Sea Organ e
  • Foša
  • The Forum
  • The parks
  • The city walls under UNESCO protection
  • The Sphinx
  • People’s Square
  • Palaces Grisogono Vovo, Cedulin, Rector’s Palace, Palace of the Provveditore General, Nassis and Petrizio, Court Palace
  • The museums