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Discover Zadar Old Town - Free Tour
Hi, My name is Anita. I'm local tour guide in Zadar and Sibenik county in CROATIA and so happy to be able to show you the beauties of my belowed country!
Zadar is a city where ancient architecture and modern art
Join me on a walk through beautiful Zadar and get to know its history over 3000 years old!
We start the tour at 5 Well Square, which the city resisted
with water until recent history.
Then I will take you to the first public park in Croatia,
Jelena Madijevka Park, from where you will have a view
of the monumental Land Gate, a unique specimen on the east
coast of the Adriatic that is recognized by UNESCO and placed
under its protection along the City Walls of the 16th and
Nearby is the church of St. Simon, one of the patrons of
Zadar, and his body is kept in a gilded chest of 280 kg of
silver and gold.
We will walk through the main city artery - Kalelarga, which
will take us to the City Square where the people of Zadar
have been meeting since the 12th century.
After that we'll stop at the ancient Forum and return more than
2000 years to the oldest part of the city - to the so called
At this place there is a large pre-Romanesque monument from
the 9th century - the church of St. Donat, which is made
entirely of the remains of ancient stone from a Roman temple.
Near the Forum is the Zadar Cathedral, the largest on the
Eastern Adriatic coast from the 12th century, dedicated to
We will end the tour with the latest and unique installations
of Zadar - Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun.
The most important things you will see in this tour:
5 Wells Square
Remains of ancient Gates and ancient City Walls
16th century City Walls and Land Gates (UNESCO protected)
Ancient pillar from a Roman temple
Church of St. Simon
Kalelarga main street
Church of St. Chrysogonus
Cathedral of St. Anastasia
Greeting to the Sun
Meeting point:Zadar, CroatiaZadar, CroatiaDirections
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).