Euroventure city guide


Euroventure city guide

Quick facts

Quick facts:

  • Rough location of city Northern Croatia
  • Language Croatian
  • Population of city 170,017
  • Nearest airport Zadar Airport
  • Main train/bus station(s) Zadar Coach Station
  • Best time to visit? July and August are Zadar’s peak season, however temperatures are mild for most of the year
  • Budget level? ££
  • Best for City Break, History, Seafood

Top Attractions

Sea Organ

The unique urban architecture captures the movement of the waves and turns them into music!

Monument to the Sun

The art piece combines hundreds of solar plates, capturing the sun’s light during the day, and displaying a unique light show at night.

Church of St Donatus

The pre-Romanesque church is taken as an image of the unique spirit of the Dalmatia.

Getting There

Getting There:

Many people arrive into Zadar by bus, there are buses from many of Croatia’s major cities including Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb. From Zagreb you can also get a train to Zadar, however this takes much longer than the bus. From Ancona in Italy there are night ferries which run to and from Zadar in the months of June through to August.

Getting Around:

Bike is a popular mode of transport in Zadar, there are marked bike baths on many pavements. There are also a few bus routes, you can buy tickets before you get on the bus, and make sure to stamp your ticket when you get on.


A Selection of Trips and Tours that include Zadar

Islandbound: 3 Weeks


Eastern Trooper: 5 Weeks