A city of exceptional 3000-year history and an exceptionally valuable cultural heritage, a city that will always offer you something new and completely original. Located in the very heart of the Adriatic, Zadar is the urban center of Northern Dalmatia as the administrative, economic, cultural and political center of the region where 75,000 inhabitants live. The city of Zadar, combined with the beauty of the past and all the amenities that a modern traveler offers, offers numerous tourist attractions: looking for an ideal accommodation, authentic gourmet delicacies, cultural sights, modern sports facilities and a varied excursion program, you have chosen the right destination for your holiday, sport and entertainment.

Sea organ
The stone stairs stretch to seventy meters of shore, divided into seven ten-meter sections, below which, at the lowest sea level, there are 35 polyethylene pipes of different lengths, diameters and slopes embedded on the shore that are inclined to the coastline and end in the canal (service corridor). The wave-suppressed air flows from the wider into the narrow profile to get the acceleration and the sound of the whistles (LABIUMI whistles) located in the corridor below the coastal promenade, where the sound (through the mystical openings in the stone) comes into the promenade. The instrument has seven clusters of five selected tones derived from the matrix of Dalmatian klapa singing. As the energy must be unpredictable in countless changes in tide, oscillation, magnitude, strength and direction, so is the eternal concert of marine organs reminiscent of innumerable musical variations whose author and interpreter is the very nature.

Church of St. Donat

The symbol of the city of Zadar and the most famous monumental building in Croatia from the early Middle Ages (9th century). Church of St. Donata is a rounded pre-Romanesque church that by the 15th century was called the church of St. Trinity, and since then it has the name of St. Donat, by the bishop who gave her to build her. For the first time the church is mentioned in the middle of the 10th century in the documents of Byzantine emperor Konstatina Porfirogeneta. Due to its distinctive cylindrical shape and a somewhat robust monumentality, this building belongs to the most famous and most significant European pre-Romanesque churches. The type of construction follows the shape of the church chapels of the circular floor from the early to the Carolinian period. Still, with its coarse monumentality (height 27 meters), the unusual cylindrical shape and double interior space stand out with originality, without some direct patterns.

Prince’s Palace

Located in the heart of the city’s core, Knez’s Palace is one of the most beautiful cultural objects in Croatia. With the reconstruction of the palace with funds from the EU funds in 2017, the city of Zadar has got a modernly equipped cultural and historical complex and a new tourist attraction. The palace stretches over 2000 square meters and in one place it combines museum space, atrium, concert hall, temporary exhibition hall, video gallery, multimedia hall, and educational and creative spaces. The architecture of the palace, the ambience of space and the scenery of the environment is an additional attraction for the lovers of culture. The recently restored Knights’ Palace was already in the first year of work as one of the places to visit in Zadar, winning the Croatian Travel Award in the category of cultural attraction in 2017.





The largest city in Dalmatia and the second largest city in Croatia.

Diocletian’s Palace

Diocletian’s Palace is one of the best preserved monuments of Roman architecture in the world. The emperor’s palace was built as a combination of a luxurious villa – the villa and a Roman military camp (castrum), divided into four parts by two main streets. The southern part of the Palace was in the scheme foreseen by the emperor, his apartments and appropriate governmental and religious ceremonial, while the north was for the imperial guards – service, warehouses and the like.


Marjan hill that overlooks Split, with its highest peak of 178 meters, always the most memorable part of the image of Split. It is rarely possible to experience such a harmony of nature and urban planning; on the one hand the densely populated city in full all its glory, and on the other peninsula almost untouched nature. Sacred Hill, as it is often called, hides many sacral monuments, and secular architecture, paired with this green oasis in such a way that the everyday passer for a moment create a sense of wonder and awe.


Split’s Riva its current form began to receive two centuries ago, when the French at the time of Napoleon and ruled these parts, hand Marshal Marmont. To date, this has become a walking city living, the most popular and the most important public space split. In the meantime, several times changed its appearance, but has always been marked by spectacular scenery provided by the southern facade of the Palace, with the entrance to the basement, and later built the building west of the Palace, then Franciscan monastery and church of St. Francis, and the palace Bajamonti Deskovic and light Master’s at the eastern end.

St. Duje cathedral

Cathedral is, first of all, today the liturgical place whose millennial continuity best reflects svakonedjeljna Mass and renewed splendor of the procession on the day of the Split patron St. Duje. The most famous part of the post of the cathedral which is 1214 in walnut carved from Split Buvina Andrew, on which the two wings 14 on the tape showing the Gospel scenes, Gabriel Annunciation of the ascension of Christ.




Located on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the extreme south of Croatia. It is considered one of the most important cultural and tourist centers in Southeast Europe. It is famous for its old town core with numerous cultural and sacral monuments. Dubrovnik or “Adriatic pearl”, a city whose beauty enchants the whole world and attracts many guests. The place is rich in historical heritage, and the most valuable part of this legacy is the imposing Dubrovnik walls. Whether you like old or not, Dubrovnik will not leave you indifferent!


Rare are those that the complex of Dubrovnik walls leaves indifferent. The fortress, the city gate and the powerful stone shield rising above the shore and steep slopes are truly impressive. Not surprisingly, Dubrovnik is considered one of the most beautiful European and even the world’s cities, and every year it ‘seizes’ hundreds of thousands of tourists who want to peek at least for a few hours.

Sponza Palace

The beautiful Sponza palace through history was one of the most important Dubrovnik buildings. The construction started in 1516 according to the plans of Pasko Milicevic and lasted for four years. Sponza was conceived as a multipurpose facility, and from the beginning served as a customs office and warehouse space, and it contained a coin of money and a weaponry. Later on, Divona became home to the Academy of Complexes, as well as printers and several schools.


If you did not walk Stradun, you were not even in Dubrovnik – there is a famous saying about this street, known among the people of Dubrovnik as Placa. Indeed, Stradun is the place you need to pass to ‘feel’ the city and experience much of what it offers us. The place is the one that is viewed and seen, though both during the great summer crowds are still more difficult to achieve.