HOW TO GET TO ZADAR
By airplane directly to Zadar international airport
Zadar airport is located around 10km from the City of Zadar and 15km from Borik Hotel Resort.
It is possible to get from the airport to Zadar by bus shuttle or taxi.
One-way bus shuttle ticket price is 25kn (3,30 €), baggage transportation included. Bus shuttles from Zadar Airport depart from the front gate of the international arrival terminal.
At Zadar Airport you can find Taxi service. Taxi stand is located opposite the exit of the Zadar Airport international arrival. Taxi is present every day during the regular opening hours of Zadar Airport between 6:00 to 22:00 hours and on call outside this time. The price for one-way ride is around 150kn (20€).
By airplane to nearby airports:
Croatia/Zagreb – Zagreb international airport
Distance between Zagreb and Zadar is around 290km.
To get to Zadar from Zagreb by bus you have to take a bus from Zagreb Main Bus Station.
Zagreb international airport is located 15 kilometres form Zagreb Main Bus Station. It is possible to get to Zagreb Main Bus Station by taxi or by airport bus shuttle.
Taxi is located in front of the exit of Zagreb airport international arrival. Taxi price to Zagreb Main Bus station is around 150kn (20€).
Airport Bus shuttle leaves every 30 minutes from Zagreb airport and bus ticket price is 30kn (4,00€). Travel time is about half an hour.
You can check bus shuttle timetable at Pleso prijevoz Zagreb website.
Buses form Zagreb Main Bus station to Zadar leave approximately every hour. You can find more information and check bus timetable at Zagreb bus station. The price for one-way bus ticket to Zadar ranges from 100kn to 150kn (13€-20€). Travel time is about 3 and half hours.
Croatia/Split – Split international airport
Distance between Split and Zadar is around 160km.
To get to Zadar from Split by bus you have to take a bus from Split Main Bus Station.
Split International Airport is located 25 kilometres from Split Main Bus Station. It is possible to get to Split Main Bus Station by taxi or by bus shuttle.
Taxi price from Split International Airport to Split Main Bus Station is around 200kn (40€).
Split Kaštela Airport to Split Main Bus Station – Shuttle bus depart from the airport half an hour after landing the aircraft at the airport of Split.Split, Main Bus Station (platform No.1) to Split, Kaštela Airport – Shuttle bus depart every hour and half before domestic flight and two hours before international flights.You can check bus shuttle timetable at Pleso prijevoz Split website.
Airport bus shuttle timetable is scheduled according to airplane arrivals and one-way ticket price is 30kn (4,00€).
Buses form Split Main Bus Station to Zadar leave approximately every hour. You can find more information and check bus timetable at Split bus station. The price for one-way bus ticket to Zadar ranges from 80kn to 110kn (11€-15€). Travel time ranges from about 2 to 3 hours depending on bus route.
WELCOME TO ZADAR!
Situated in the heart of the Adriatic, Zadar is the urban center of northern Dalmatia as administrative, economic, cultural and political center of the region with 75,000 inhabitants. The coast is particularly indented, the islands and the untouched nature allures many boaters to this regions. The archipelago counts 24 bigger and about 300 smaller islets and rocks, 3 nature parks – Telašćica, Velebit and Vransko jezero and 5 national parks – Paklenica, Plitvice lakes, Kornati Islands, Krka and Sjeverni Velebit classifying Zadar and its surroundings at the very top of the Croatian tourist offer.
Some monuments and attractions you must see when visiting Zadar:
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.). Round pre-Romanesque church which was called the Church of the Holy Trinity until the 15th c., and from that time on carries the name of Saint Donat, by the bishop who had it built.
Sea Organ is situated near the new cruiser port, as a part of Zadar´s Riva, and can be observed as a differently shaped part of the coast which consists of several stairs that descend into the sea. The stairs extend for about 70 meters along the coast, under them, at the lowest sea-tide level, 35 pipes of different length, diameter and tilts were built in vertically to the coast and they raise aslant until the paved part of the shore and end in a canal (a service corridor). On the pipes there are LABIUMS (whistles), which play 7 chords of 5 tones. Above the canal there are perforated stone stairs through which the sound comes out, the air pushed by the sea.
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