Sightseeing Tour Introduction
A unique experience of walking through the most exciting old town that will leave everyone breathless. It was nominated by a prestigious Belgian blockbuster "Best European Destinations" as a best tourist destination in Europe 2016.
Zadar's incredible Sea Organ , designed by local architect Nikola Bašić, is unique. Set within the perforated stone stairs that descend into the sea is a system of pipes and whistles that exudes wistful sighs when the movement of the sea pushes air through it. The effect is hypnotic, the mellifluous tones increasing in volume when a boat or ferry passes by. You can swim from the steps off the promenade while listening to the sounds.
To begin with I'll take you trough the old town which is padded on the peninsula, surrounded by beautiful parks and city walls. At the heart of the peninsula there are numerous monuments, restaurants and cafes and also numerous facilities for visitors such as museums, various shops. . .
"There where it is worth go does not keep shortcuts . . . "
We begin with the tour from the place that we agreed.
I'll lead you through the city(pedestrian area)to the most important locations and instruct you in front of all our cultural asset and point the most important things that you may also like to visit during your stay in the city.
First the Sea organ and Greetings to the Sun installation, Roman Forum and Temple (C2nd ), St. Mary's (C11th ) and Basilica St Donat's (C9th ). We continue by St, Anastasia Cathedral (C13th ) and continue by St. Grisogonus Church (C12th ) toward noble square. Next point is St. Simeon Church (C5th ) and Square of Five Wells within remains of of all three circles of historic city walls. Next point is glorious C15th City Land Gate.
At the end of guidance I take you to taste famous Zadar liqueur Maraskino where the production of liqueurs began in the C14th century. We guarantee that you will take a little piece of Zadar in your heart!
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: If you are Accommodated or if you are located outside the old Town of Zadar city you have the opportunity to choose the tour option on the following page: ZADAR CITY WALKING TOUR WITH TRANSPORTATION AT YOUR REQUEST. On that site you will find more detailed explanation about your transfer.
In another case select site: ZADAR CITY WALKING TOUR. If you prefer to meet each other in the old Town of Zadar, there are more locations where we can meet. If you want and if you feel more comfortable you can pick location that suited you best or otherwise I'm giving you a proposal where we can meet.
End location: At the end of guidance guests will get a tourist map of the city. I'll leave the guests in the old Town. After, if you want, you can visit some of the museums, for example, Museum of Glass, Museum of illusion, National Museum at Duke's palace, Gold and Silver of Zadar, Basilica of Saint Donat (interior), Archaeological Museum, restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops etc. Naturally to all your inquiries and if you have some special requests I will try to find a solution.
In case you are on a cruise ship usually you can use the shuttle buses back to the main terminal for cruise ships (if it is organized) from the sea organ. This is payable!
Walking from the city center to the main terminal for cruise chips takes about 40 minutes.
Duration: 3 hours
Duration comment: In an easy walking rhythm with stops, two hours of a guidance is enough. For those who want to taste the famous liqueur of Maraskino (cherry liqueur) might take some fifteen minutes more..
Duration: 2 hours
We will meet in the old town at any place we agree which suits you. Usually meeting point in the old town can be in front of Five Wells, People's Square, in front of the basilica of St. Donat next to the Roman forum or in front of the Sea organ i.e. Sun Salutation.
If you are located in one of the hotels in old town I can come and meet You there.
Experienced licensed tour guides fees and taxes.
At the end of guidance I take you to taste the famous Zadar liqueur Maraskino (cherry liqueur) where the production of liqueurs began in the 14th century.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
480 KUNA - 70 USD - Personal Expenses, souvenirs, tickets to museums, meals, drinks, postcards, etc.. The vast majority of restaurants take credit cards and in most Bars you can pay in foreign currency (most often do not accept coins ) but the rest you get back in local currency. Exchange offices you have almost all over the place.
- admission fees
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Personable, extremely knowledgeable, charming---the perfect guide!! We received a university-level education on the history and culture of Croatia.