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Visit Zadar, Krka waterfalls and Šibenik.

Zadar sightseeing - the 3000 years of rich history!

The city of Zadar is a city of exceptional history and rich cultural heritage.

Wherever you go or stay there were, before you, the steps of Illyrians, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, Napoleon, Habsburgs ... Visiting the Old Town of Zadar: the Roman Forum—a municipal square from the Roman era, built from the 1st century BC to the 3rd century AD, 45 by 90 metres in size, which represents a very developed example of the forum complex, and is one of the most important among the Adriatic ancient cities, the old Pre-Romanesque St Donatus Church—the symbol of the city of Zadar and the most famous monumental edifice in Croatia from the early Middle Ages (9th c.)., magnificent St Anastasia's Cathedral—the biggest cathedral in Dalmatia, Five Well Square—located on a site between the medieval City Walls and the Renaissance bastion Grimani, in front of the oldest public park in Croatia, romantic Foša Harbor with city walls and the most striking among the city gates, Land Gate – a late Renaissance masterpiece, and contemporary architectural achievements such as the first Sea Organ in the world and The Greeting to the Sun installation.

National park Krka waterfalls and Šibenik

Equipment: sports shoes required

Activities: Thanks to travertine barriers and the constant process of calcification, Krka river, with its 7 travertine falls, represents a natural karst phenomenon and in 1985 it was proclaimed National Park. The most impressive waterfalls are Skradinski Buk and Roški Slap. Skradinski buk is among the most beautiful travertine waterfalls in Europe where we will briefly visit the ethnographic exhibition, old mills, as well as the oldest "washing machine" in the world!

Arrival and departure from the national park by bus through the entrance Lozovac. After visiting NP Krka Waterfalls we are heading towards Šibenik where we will take a short walk and see the most significant sights of the city. The Cathedral of St. James (Croatian: Katedrala sv. Jakova) in Šibenik, is the most important architectural monument of the Renaissance in the entire country. Since 2000, the Cathedral has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List.