How to arrive to Zadar?
Zadar Airport Zemunik (ZAD) has good connections with most cities in Europe and Croatia. It is situated 20 minutes from the city centre and there are several ways to reach it.
- Public transportation – buses
- By car
- Rent a car
More information can be found at http://www.zadar-airport.hr/
There are few roads that lead to Zadar, but we recommend highway A1 (route Zagreb-Split). You should take exit Zadar istok (Zadar east) or Zadar zapad (Zadar west).
If you are coming from Italy, the shortest possible route is through Ancona by ferry to Zadar. The journey lasts about 8 hours (departure is normally at 22:00 and arrival at 06:00) and the advantage of such a trip is that it is much more pleasant and you are under less stress.
More information can be found at http://www.jadrolinija.hr/.
Zadar is the centre of north Dalmatia and very well connected with other Croatian and bigger European towns.
More information about buses can be found at http://www.liburnija-zadar.hr.
Once you have arrived in the town, you have to reach the hotel. Hotel Kolovare is situated near historical centre of the town, address is Bože Peričića 14, 23 000 Zadar.
We hope that your travel and your staying in Zadar will be pleasant. If you need additional help or advice, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Zadar is an ancient city, built in the center of the Croatian Adriatic. It is three thousand years old, a city of old, tumultuous and dynamic history, often destructed, looted, devastated, every time emerging from the ruins stronger and more beautiful. The cultural and historical heritage of Zadar from the most ancient to recent times is very rich and valuable. Remains from ancient times, from the early Christian period to the early Middle Ages can be found in Zadar. Numerous cultural and historical monuments are worth seeing for they are witness of hundreds of years of culture.