Zadar is a city along the Adriatic Coastline of northern Dalmatia, a region in Croatia. Almost 100,000 people call Zadar their home and they are proud of their city which might be one of the least known of the Croatian coastline.
From the Zadar Travel Guide
This guesthouse is in a perfect location right in the old town, and the friendly owner will give advice about attractions etc. It's absolutely spotless, secure and very comfortable, at a bargain price. Guests have full use of the kitchen. Bathrooms are shared but as there are only a handful of rooms this isn't a problem. ... more
Do not book the studio appartment or ask studio on second floor with sea view. Our room had a parking view in stead of a sea view. The kitchen was not equiped ! They don't change the cheats. When I asked for information the lady said that we booked a studio (cheap) so that this was normal. ... more
to Zadar by bus, train or ferry, hopefully within two days. Can anyone advise of the best way to do this? I've checked the train timetables and there dont seem to be any direct trains to Zadar from Rijeka ...
Where to go in Croatia
10 days in Croatia in mid July with my boyfriend. We're flying in to Zadar, and planning to travel down to Split and maybe Dubrovnik. As we booked this trip kinda impromptu like, we now need recommendations on where to go and stay, and what to do. We like a bit of party, a bit of scenery, a bit ...
Greek Islands to Croatia
Does anyone know how much it costs to travel from Athens to Croatia? I am wanting to travel by ferry, as I expect this is the cheapest route. I'd like to sail into Zadar or Split - whatever is easiest. I understand you have to go via Ancona (Italy)? Thanks ...