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Zadar Airport Transfers

Just like Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb, Zadar is another recommended tourist destination in Croatia. This city is also known as ancient Zara, the main city located on the northern part of Dalmatia. Following the old Roman street diagram, the traffic free city street are laid with marble and the city still keeps some old Roman ruins and more than a few medieval churches. There are several tourist spots that can be seen in this city, like museums and beaches. This city also has a lot for tourists to do; the description below says it all.

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Zadar has more than a few medieval churches that tourists can visit and one of those is the Church of St. Donat. Built somewhere in the 9th century following early Byzantine architecture style and was named after bishop Donat. Second in the list is the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, this Romanesque cathedral which is near the Church of St. Donat, was built between the 12th and 13th centuries. On the left apse of the cathedral’s altar is a marble tomb that holds St. Anastasia’s relics which was specially made by Bishop Donat. Third in the list are the city’s Franciscan Monastery and Church. This church is the oldest Gothic church in whole of Dalmatia and the monastery is baptized after St. Donat. And last on the list is St. Simeon’s Church. The church was renovated between the 16th and 17th centuries. The tomb of St. Simeon is considered a magnificent medieval goldsmith masterpiece.

Dig, study, and be hooked on artifacts! This city does not only have majestic gothic churches but they also have museums to offer tourists. There are two museums that tourists can visit. First is the Archaeological Museum. This museum is filled with dug pottery remains way back from the Neolithic Age. There are also pottery, jewelry, and bronze swords from the Liburnian era that are displayed in the museum. Another very interesting display is the city’s diorama during the Roman times together with Emperors Augustus and Tiberius’ statues. The last museum is the city’s National Museum; it features the city itself in different periods thru a diorama and several old paintings of coastal cities too.

Zadar, just like any other city in Croatia also have its own airport. Their airport also offers several passenger services to keep them busy while waiting for their flights. They offer services like Wi-Fi Zone so passengers can browse the internet while waiting, cafes and restaurants to fill the passengers’ hungry tummy, travel agencies and banks to help passengers change currencies and buy additional tickets or book for tours, Rent-A-Car service, and of course, a Duty Free Shop.

Just like Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb, Zadar is another recommended tourist destination in Croatia. This city is also known as ancient Zara, the main city located on the northern part of Dalmatia. Following the old Roman street diagram, the traffic free city street are laid with marble and the city still keeps some old Roman ruins and more than a few medieval churches. There are several tourist spots that can be seen in this city, like museums and beaches. This city also has a lot for tourists to do; the description below says it all.

Zadar has more than a few medieval churches that tourists can visit and one of those is the Church of St. Donat. Built somewhere in the 9th century following early Byzantine architecture style and was named after bishop Donat. Second in the list is the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, this Romanesque cathedral which is near the Church of St. Donat, was built between the 12th and 13th centuries. On the left apse of the cathedral’s altar is a marble tomb that holds St. Anastasia’s relics which was specially made by Bishop Donat. Third in the list are the city’s Franciscan Monastery and Church. This church is the oldest Gothic church in whole of Dalmatia and the monastery is baptized after St. Donat. And last on the list is St. Simeon’s Church. The church was renovated between the 16th and 17th centuries. The tomb of St. Simeon is considered a magnificent medieval goldsmith masterpiece.

Dig, study, and be hooked on artifacts! This city does not only have majestic gothic churches but they also have museums to offer tourists. There are two museums that tourists can visit. First is the Archaeological Museum. This museum is filled with dug pottery remains way back from the Neolithic Age. There are also pottery, jewelry, and bronze swords from the Liburnian era that are displayed in the museum. Another very interesting display is the city’s diorama during the Roman times together with Emperors Augustus and Tiberius’ statues. The last museum is the city’s National Museum; it features the city itself in different periods thru a diorama and several old paintings of coastal cities too.

Zadar, just like any other city in Croatia also have its own airport. Their airport also offers several passenger services to keep them busy while waiting for their flights. They offer services like Wi-Fi Zone so passengers can browse the internet while waiting, cafes and restaurants to fill the passengers’ hungry tummy, travel agencies and banks to help passengers change currencies and buy additional tickets or book for tours, Rent-A-Car service, and of course, a Duty Free Shop.

What our clients say

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  • Everything was so smooth and punctualThank you so much! Shunsuke - October 1 2017
  • Fantastic serviceDriver was very friendly and really convenient arriving in HCMC at 1am. Would recommend! Hannah - September 8 2017
  • Very efficient, great communication prior to trip with flight changes etcNothing was a problem. Drivers were friendly and waiting on our arrival. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend and will use these services again. Annette - April 25 2017
  • Arranged return airport transfers for Mahe, SeychellesOur plane was over 2 hours late and then we were delayed further by our luggage not arriving but when we came out the driver was there waiting, about the only positive thing that happened on our outbound journey! For our return transfer the driving arrived at the hotel bang on time. Cannot fault this service for price or quality. Claire - April 5 2017
  • Turned up on timeCar was clean and in excellent condition. Drivers were very polite. Great service. Kevin - July 12 2017
  • Holiday travelsHad a great couple of drivers who were very knowledgeable about the city and gave us some great tips. Shall be using this company next time we are in KL needing a car. Philip Booth - June 9 2017

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