The city of Zadar is a city of exceptional history and rich cultural heritage, a city of tourism. It is located on the end of a low-lying peninsula that is separated by the Zadar Channel from the islands of Ugljan and Pašman. The inlet between the peninsula and the mainland creates a natural deepwater harbour. Old Zadar is especially noted for the many fine churches that survived the air raids during World War II, as did the Roman forum and several of the old, narrow cobbled streets. St. Donat’s remarkable circular church dates from the 9th century; St. Mary’s Church (1091) has one of the most important church treasuries in Croatia; and the Romanesque Church of St. Krševan was consecrated in 1175.
Zadar is also a key transport hub with superb ferry connections to the surrounding islands. And as soon as you arrive at Zadar Airport, Croatia, you can look forward to exploring straight away. As well as having the freedom to drive to exciting new locations on a whim, you can plan day trips and excursions to nearby attractions that capture your interest.
Navigating a whole new area on your own schedule was never easier than with a "best buy" rent a car from Zadar Airport or Downtown.
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