Zadar is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities of Croatia. Don’t miss the chance to discover and explore this wonderful town during our private Zadar walking tour.
The city of Zadar is home to ancient roman ruins, medieval churches and a wide offer of museums. During your private walking tour you will learn about the history and heritage of the city.
You will enjoy a private 2-hour guided tour with a local expert. In case you prefer, we can also include more hours or even a private transfer to make a complete experience for you.
This private walking tour of Zadar is completely personalized. You only have to contact us and mention your preferences, we will then do the rest.
In case you may be interested in a day excursion from Zadar to a National Park or other place in Croatia do not hesitate to contact us!
Points of Interest and Landmarks
Firstly, you will meet your private official tour guide in your hotel or your place of choice in Zadar. After that you will kick off your private walking tour of Zadar.
During your private tour you will visit the most emblematic sites of Zadar. You will visit the Land Gate, which was once the main entrance to the city. Located by the Foša harbour, from there you can enjoy wonderful views of the water. Another stop during your tour will be the Reinaissance Five Wells Square, which is surrounded by the medieval wall and the Captain’s tower. You will also visit the town walls and bastions and the church of Saint Donatus. The church is the most valuable monument of pre-Romanesque architecture of the early Middle Ages (9th century) in Croatia. During the last part of your private tour you will visit the Roman Forum and the two main attractions of Zadar: Sea Organ and the greeting to the Sun, where you can enjoy Croatia’s most beautiful sunset!
The Roman Forum is located only a few steps from the seafront. It was commissioned by the first Roman emperor, Augustus, and built between the 1st century B.C.E. and 3rd century C.E.
Finally you will visit the Sea Organ and the Greeting to the Sun, the most known attractions of Zadar. Both are works of the local architect Nikola Bašić. The sea organ is a sound art object and experimental musical instrument that creates lovely chimed tunes using only the rolling power of sea waves. Greeting to the sun consists of 300 multi-layered glass plates that absorb solar energy during the day and create a spectacular waterfront light show just after sunset.
Your private official tour guide will be at your total disposal during the whole tour. As he knows the city very well, he can recommend the best restaurants in order to taste a typical Croatian meal.