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Yacht Charter Zadar – Croatia’s Cultural Center

yacht charter ZadarYacht charter Zadar boasts such a fine architecture that many swear it was drawn on paper. This is owned mainly to the old architecture and many cultural establishments that define Zadar as Croatia’s cultural center. For sailing enthusiasts the main appeal is the beautiful location of the city on the peninsula and the close vicinity with other sailing hot spots such as Rijeka or Split.

One of the main reasons to visit yacht charter Zadar is because the Adriatic coast is fast becoming the new Riviera of the Mediterranean. Located on the northern Dalmatian coast, between Rijeka and Split, Zadar has been the capital of the region for centuries which emphasizes its importance throughout the history of the country.

The other important reason you should visit Zadar is because it’s considered among the most visually pleasing towns on this side of the Adriatic, mainly thanks to its old architecture and its numerous old churches, some from the Romanesque period. Also a bonus for the groups looking to travel here is the fact that Zadar is the main cultural center of the whole country.

When it comes to getting to yacht charter Zadar, the tourist is presented with a number of options. Of course, the first option would be flying here, and despite the fact that the city has its own airport, many of people traveling here find it easy to connect with a flight from Zagreb, simply because that airport links with more cities and has a daily evening flight to Zadar. The local airport has more flights in the summer, mainly to Germany and England.

Travelling by land has the options of trains, cars and buses, all of which arrive in the city center. The railway system connects with Knin, Zagreb and Split, while the bus service is more popular and connects with Zagreb, Rijeka, Pula, Sibenik, Split and Dubrovnik. Both the train and the bus station are located downtown, which will come in handy for the arrivals and decrease transfer times as opposed to air travel.

Such a great port couldn’t have been left out of the ferry service, especially in the summer, when visitors arrive daily from all over the Mediterranean. Apart from the links between Dubrovnik and Rijeka, there is also a daily ferry to Ancona in Italy, which is how most of the Italians get into Croatia.

Attractions are plentiful in the regions since the peninsula on which the city itself is located is very beautiful and has lots of old buildings and narrow cobble streets that seem to blend in perfectly with the natural background. Were it not for the cars and other aspects of modern life, you could get the feeling that time stood still here and you’re in another century. The first thing that will catch your eye is the relative high number of churches located in the old town, 34 in all, with a rich history and definitely worth visiting in between your trips.

If you’re interested in things to visit around the city, here are a few suggestions: the remains of the Roman Forum, the Saint Anastasia Cathedral, the University of Zadar (the first in the country), the Archaeological Museum and the very odd but amazing Sea Organ on the Riva. Clearly, the city welcomes the tourists with a wide assortment of activities and attractions, so that you can be sure you’ll never grow bored.

Now it’s time to go shopping in yacht charter Zadar and it’s not only the guests who travel here, but also some of the other Croatians that shop here, due to the city’s popularity as a thriving commercial center. There are lots of shopping centers which offer the best deals, but there are also some nice street shops which sell local crafts such as the handmade laces from Pag, woven textiles from Dubrovnik and the traditional Croatian sheepskin sleepers, something you won’t find at home.

Two advantages of the restaurants here in yacht charter Zadar is that reasonably priced and they’re also very relaxed, which means you won’t have to get dressed up just to go out for dinner. There are exotic foods and seafood which are a testament to the Dalmatian cuisine which blends eastern cuisine with the Mediterranean style (garlic and olive oil). For example, one of the most demanded dishes by the hoards of gourmands is the ispod peka which is actually roasted octopus under glowing ash from an iron bell. It helps that Zadar is also known as a fine wine region, which is why the local restaurants serve a wide range of local brands.

The nightlife in yacht charter Zadar is as varied as the colorful crowds that come here to vacation. There is something for everyone, no matter how fancy or unpretentious they are. The outdoor cafes in the historic will eat up most of your time, but also some of the very happening night clubs that are full of university students.

We think it’s near to impossible to be bored in yacht charter Zadar, but should that ever occur, then just head into town and watch how the locals do it, at one of the many cafes. The paved seafront is very beautiful at sunset, which is hailed as one of the best in Europe, especially with the unique sounds of the Sea Organ. Of course, there’s always swimming and sunbathing on the beautiful beaches and clear waters, or taking a trip to the Kornati islands national park.

There is a comprehensive list of events going on in yacht charter Zadar would be impossible to fit in an article. But here are some of the most famous and most appreciated, and not just by regular visitors: the Zadar Theatrical Summer (from June to August), the Musical Evenings in St. Donatus (July - August), the Full Moon Nights in July which is a celebration of traditional, fisher’s and culinary traditions of the region.
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