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Zadar travel guide

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You're Going to Love Zadar

Zadar is a port city on the northern Dalmatian coast of Croatia. It has a stunning Old Town, pebble beaches, and a lively nightlife scene.

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Zadar has a typical Mediterranean climate with lovely hot summers. July and August are peak tourist months.

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Where to Stay in Zadar

Villa Ivana on Obala Kneza Domagoja is an excellent boutique B&B right on Puntamika beach; handy for the short bus ride into the Old Town, or you can take the little boat instead. The Lazy Monkey Hostel offers modern dorm accommodation close to the Old Town and beach.

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Shopping Streets

The Old Town has a good daily morning market along Zlatarska ulica, ideal for buying clothes and local produce. The New Town area along Ulica bana Josipa Jelacica is better for mainstream fashion, electronics, and regular groceries.

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A quart of milk in Zadar will cost kn5.30 and a loaf of bread is kn4.83.

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$9.39
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$117.42
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
$2.36
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Cappuccino
$2.06

Where to Eat in Zadar

Restoran Kornat by the harbor in the Old Town offers a Croatian take on Mediterranean cuisine, while Restaurant Fosa on Ul. kralja Dmitra Zvonimira has some great seafood dishes. Expect to pay around kn40 for a main in a modest restaurant and perhaps kn100 in an upscale place.