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Walk Down the Mediterranean Streets Of Zadar

Experience the beauties of millennial Mediterranean Zadar city, along with its main attractions, local food and products, as well as intriguing stories and legends from its rich history, within this one-hour interactive Online tour.

From Zadar
Online Experience
1 Hour
Upto 10 people
Croatian, English, Italian
  • Real-time experience streamed live from the Croatian city of Zadar
  • Explore well-preserved ancient structures such as the Landward Gate, Church of St. Donatus and the Roman Forum
  • Enjoy the music of the unique Sea Organ and Greetings to the Sun installations at the waterfront

Experience the beauty of millennial Zadar, along with its main attractions, local food and products, as well as intriguing stories and legends that form its rich history, on this one-hour interactive Online tour.

Our live streamed tour will start at Queen Jelena Madijevka Park - a hidden, peaceful oasis located right in the middle of the bustling old city. The park will also afford us an unmatched view of the most beautiful part of the impressive, UNESCO-protected 16th-century city walls, namely the Landward Gate. We will then take a walk through Five Wells Square and pass the St. Simeon's Church which holds the golden chest with Saint Simeon's Casket. Here you will hear interesting legends and stories that surround the golden chest holding the mummified body of the silver-crowned bearded saint.  

Continue through the Kalelarga main street to the Beautiful People's Square, and you will get a chance to enjoy performances by local musicians in front of the 16th-century City Lodge and the City Centinel. Those taking this tour in the morning will be rewarded with a visit to the bustling town market, where you will see broad range of local products, from fish, meat, figs and other different fruits and vegetables, all the way to local souvenirs.
At the end of Kalelarga Street is located a well-preserved 9th-century Church of St. Donatus, a visit to which will be followed by one to the nearby Roman forum - the latter serves as a favourite coffee spot for locals and tourists and is bound to be an interesting experience.

In the final leg of our tour, we will cover a long and beautiful waterfront to witness a unique Sea Organ, as well as various solar-powered urban installations that will allow us to enjoy natural music created within this installation by wind and waves. This in itself would be an enchanting end to the tour, but those opting for evening tours will additionally be rewarded with views of a stunning sunset, which the famous director Alfred Hitchcock once called the most beautiful in the world!

About this experience
  • Please have a good internet connection and Zoom app installed on your phone or laptop
  • The instructions to join the meeting will be sent via email shortly after the booking
Know before you go
  • Please sign in to the Zoom app five minutes prior to the beginning of the experience
  • This tour involves traveling to various places, and at times the internet connection may be weak. However, we will attempt to minimize such disruptions (only for outdoor tours)
  • You can book this tour either for 60 EUR for a group of 3 screens OR as a private session for 110 EUR for up to 10 screens joining this activity with you from all over the world. You will see the option to book this experience as a private tour on the checkout page if it is available for that time slot
  • Since these are live tours, they may be subject to last minute cancellation due to inclement weather, Internet disruptions or other unforeseen circumstances.
Meet your Host
tourHQ Experiences

Hello, and welcome to Zadar! Kristina Ćurković is an experienced licensed tour guide with excellent knowledge of the wider Zadar region's local and cultural heritage. When not on tours, you will likely find her engaging with her hobbies: hiking, cycling, and travelling.
Join her on a unique tour through her beautiful city and get familiar with its main attractions, stunning sunsets and local food and customs. From medieval churches and museums, narrow streets filled with bars and restaurants led to pristine beaches and the beautiful Adriatic Sea. Her goal is to show you the real Zadar.

Born in Zadar, Anita Vukoja has been a tour guide since 2015. Her love for her city and Croatia made her a tour guide to show everyone the pearl that hides in the southern part of Northern Europe. Although she spent most of her life in Zadar, she still feels like a tourist coming to this city for the first time. She loves interacting with the audience she leads, and that is one more reason why she adores being a tour guide.

From USD 62 / Group
Important Information
  • Fully refundable in case of any cancellation upto 2 days before the tour.