PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR: THE BEST OF ZADAR AND NIN
- PRICE : 2625,00 kn / 650,00 Eur
- PRICE INCLUDES: Transfer, local guide, entrance tickets for the church of st. Donatus, Museum of Ancient Glass, Nin Saltworks, maraschino liqueur tasting, wine tasting at Royal Vineyards
- DURATION: 7.5 hours
- Min No. Persons: 2
- Max No Persons: 7
- NOTE: Recommended booking at least a day earlier.
Meet Zadar and Nin, two old European cities, full of hidden treasures, interesting stories, rich history and good vibes. Discover Dalmatia at its best.
Take a walk trough more than 2000 years old streets of Zadar. Driver and a local guide will come to your hotel to welcome you and you will start your tour from the Seafront Promenade where are located the most famous attractions of the city – the Sea Organ and the Greeting to the Sun. You will continue by sighseeing the Roman Forum Square, church of St. Donatus and the Romanesque Cathedral of St. Anastasia. Afterwards follows maraschino liquor tasting in one of the oldest caffes in Zadar, situated on People`s Square that has been a center of the public life since the Middle Ages.
You will also visit the Museum of Ancient Glass where you will get the chance to watch the glass blowing.
Before departure to Nin, you will have free time.
Local guide will reveal you all the secrets of this small town, situated in the shallow lagoon, near the most beautiful sandy beach in the Zadar Region. Guided tour starts as you pass trough the City Gates, small street takes you to the parish church of St. Anselm and Forum Square where once stood the largest Roman temple on the eastern coast of the Adriatic. Just a short walk away is located the church of Holly Cross which is considered to be world`s smallest cathedral and a monument to Gregory of Nin whoose thumb toe you have to rub for luck. The sightseeing of Nin finishes in the Nin Saltworkswhere you will get the chance to hear their story of salt.
On the way back to Zadar, we will make a stop for wine tasting Royal Vineyards where you will try the wine made of traditional Croatian grape varieties.