An impressive natural scenery sets Zadar apart from many cities around the world including other must-visit places in Croatia. Different from Split or Dubrovnik, although these two are undoubtedly stunning, Zadar is less crowded and ancient Byzantine legacies heavily distinguish its historic character. Explore Zadar’s Old Town while you hear fascinating stories and legends from early Liburnian settlements, Roman footprints, Slavic invasions, Italian oppression, Turkish attacks, as well as Austrian and French occupations.
Join the Free Tours of Zadar to learn more about the mixture of cultures that make up this spectacular side of the Adriatic. Stroll around renown landmarks, some of which survived air bombings during WWII: the Roman forum, St. Donat’s and St. Mary’s Churches, the Romanesque St. Krsevan Church, St. Stosija Cathedral, St. Francis Monastery, the Land Gate, and City Sentinel, to mention a few! Enjoy navigating through Zadar’s past and present, and witness the personality it’s known for today!
Free Walking Tours in Zadar offer a comfortable, fun, and educational closeness to the city’s everyday life. One can encounter many historical footprints in its architectural treasures, museums, renown squares, national parks, fortifications, centuries-old churches, and monuments. Enjoy navigating through Zadar’s Old Town for free!
See Zadar by foot and save a few bucks! The foremost way to get a chance to explore the city and learn about its history is by joining one of the free walking tours offered throughout this amazing place. Below you’ll find some of the best tours at your disposal:
Join a 1.5-hour tour for a unique introductive overview to Zadar next to a local! With a special light shed over history, culture, and the city’s everyday life, you will visit must-see attractions in the Old Town such as the Roman Forum, Five Wells Square, Kalelarga, People’s Square, St. Donatus Church, Sea Organ, and more while hearing fascinating tales only an enthusiastic expert can provide.
On this 2-hour walking exploration of Zadar begins in the City Gate. Learn about the fortification system in this magical place, visit the Five Wells Square, Public Park of Jelena Madio which opened in the 19th century, St. Simeon Church, and understand the political atmosphere of Zadar from a cultural and historical perspective. See over 25 attractions in just a few hours!
Please note Strawberry Tours does not operate the tours listed above, however, we are currently looking for people from all over the world who are excited to show their hometown to others.
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