ZadarCopyright: Böhringer Friedrich/cc by-sa 2.5/Wikimedia (cropped)
Since its origin in the Medieval times, Narodni Trg (People’s Square) has been the core of Zadar's public life. Dominating the westerns side of the square, the City Guard dates back to the 1562 and it's crested by a 19th-century clock tower. Nearby, St Lawrence church is the oldest preserved building of the town, while the Loggia on the opposite side is now a venue for exhibitions.
Do & See
A blending of ancient time, colonial past and modern days animate the street of Zadar. Roman ruins, medieval churches and traces of the Venetian dominion are just few steps away from modern installations celebrating the most acclaimed sunsets of the city. Top quality museums and lively squares complete the offer of this characteristic Dalmatian town.