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Zadar is a city located in northern Dalmatia, Croatia.
Zadar Airport ZAD operates as a commercial airport and air force training base. In 2012, they served around 370 000 passengers on nearly 4000 flights.
There is an evening flight from Zagreb. During the summer seasons there are also various tourist flights from several European cities.
The train station is located at the intersection of Ulica Ante Starčevića and Ulica Ante Starčevića, right next to the inter-city bus station.
Jadrolinja, Large ferries run every few days up and down the coast between Dubrovnik and Rijeka, stopping off at ports (including Zadar) and islands on the way. They also run almost daily ferries in summer to and from Ancona in Italy.
Local boats, Zadar is also a hub for local boats and hydrofoils in Northern Dalmatia. Services run to and from Olib, Mali Losinj, Ugljan, Dugi Otok, Premuda and others. Timetables and prices are available online from Adrialines.
By Cruise Ship
Zadar is a stop on lots of Adriatic and Med cruises. The ships normally dock at the "new" ferry port south of the town center, and not particularly walking distance to the center. A shuttle will normally be offered to the Old Town by your cruise line, often for a fee, and will take around 15mins.
The Old Town is easy enough to get around on foot. To reach the bus/train stations you can walk or catch one of the frequent local buses.
Buses in Zadar are relatively new and well maintained, and you will be able to catch a bus to any part of the city from the main hub in the city called Mala Pošta.
Be advised that bus services cease just after midnight during the summer, so if you plan to get back to a hotel that isn't close to the city center after that time, you might have to walk or catch a taxi.
What to see in Zadar
Walk around the atmospheric streets of the old town, located on the peninsula. There are 34 old churches situated on the peninsula, and all of them with a very rich history. The oldest is St. Simeon.
St. Donat's church. One of the best preserved pre-Romanesque buildings in the world. It is pretty difficult to miss, as it has become the most recognizable symbol of Zadar.
Roman Forum. Well preserved remains of a Roman Forum. This is a common place for locals to stroll, sit down amongst the ruins and enjoy a nice summer day.
The cathedral of St. Anastasia. The city's cathedral with an impressive organ that was nearly destroyed in the last war.
St. Mary's church. Houses a museum of antique religious relics and artifacts.
St. Simeon's church. Houses the silver reliquary of the saint, one of Zadar's main sights.
University of Zadar. Originally founded by Dominican monks in 1396, it is the oldest university in Croatia, and one of the oldest universities in Europe.
Archaeological Museum. Covering the period from prehistoric times to Middle ages, the collections of this museum testify to Zadar's long and rich history. Romanesque stone carvings are of particular interest.
Sea Organ. This man-made organ on Zadar's Riva works with the motion of the waves and 35 pipes to create a musical soundscape.