Discover Zadar, Croatia
Thanks to an excellent location and the fact that you can reach it relatively quick from three major Croatian cities – Zagreb, Split and Rijeka – Zadar has become a popular choice for all those wanting to travel to attractive destinations.
Throughout the centuries, many rules governed the city, and besides the Croats, the most famous were the Liburnii, Romans, Venetians and Austrians. Even though conquests and political changes had an impact on the appearance and the structure of the city, the diversity of conquerors left their mark in time which can still be seen today, so it is not surprising that Zadar attracts more tourists each year which want to see the Church of Saint Donatus, the Cathedral of Saint Anastasia, the Forum, Kalelarga, the People’s square, the City Gates or the Arsenal.
Zadar is also famous by more recent sights, such as the Sea Organ, the Greeting to the Sun or the Museum of Ancient Glass, but did you know that in this city first Croatian university was founded back in 1396? It was opened until 1807, when it was closed. It was reopened in 2002.
In the town, famous liquor Maraschino is produced, great basketball is played and you can also have a great time, especially during the summer, when young people from all parts of Europe visit the city by one of the twenty low-rate airlines, through which Zadar is connected with major European cities. Are you looking for apartments in Zadar ? Book now your apartment in a fast, safe, and easy way with Zadar-Apartments.co.uk !
Since the construction of A1 Highway, Zadar has become accessible location to passengers from all of Croatia, but also from all Europe, since it is one of the few cities which has two exits – Zadar 1, which is also used for travel to Nina and Zaton and Zadar 2, which is also used for travel to the airport. Since the construction of A1 Highway, Zadar has become accessible location to passengers from all of Croatia, but also from all Europe, since it is one of the few cities which has two exits – Zadar 1, which is also used for travel to Nina and Zaton and Zadar 2, which is also used for travel to the airport. Besides the highway, you can reach Zadar via the Adriatic main road also marked as D8 State road, which connects Rijeka and Dubrovnik, but also via D1 State road, which connects Zagreb, Karlovac, Plitvice Lakes to Gracac, after which turns to Obrovac and continues to Zadar.
Zadar has a favorable traffic location in Croatia and is connected by buses with all the major city, especially during the summer season. Bus lines are frequent with many transport companies that organize the transport.
Every year, Croatia is getting more connected through air lines from low-rate airline companies, and one of the city which profited the most is Zadar. There is located the largest European low-rate airline company, Ryanair from Ireland, which opened its base and connected this beautiful city with numerous destinations.
There are also other low-rate airline companies in Zadar, such as Germanwings, but also traditional companies, as Croatia Airlines.