Zadar is an intriguing city with an expansive history, rich culture and heritage. The city’s old town is home to many archaeological moments, Roman ruins, medieval churches and plenty of museums. In contrast the city also enjoys a cosmopolitan vibe with its café culture, boutique shops and yachts due to its coastal setting. Situated in the heart of the Adriatic, the city is not as crowded as some of Croatia’s more well-known cities like Split and Dubrovnik, making it a wonderful peaceful location to really get away from it all. Zadar’s most popular attraction is the Sea Organ and Sun Salutation, where music and sounds are created by the motion of the waves through as series of organ pipes built under a set of large marble steps and is an experience that should not be missed! Zadar is also a key transport hub, with superb ferry connections to the surrounding islands making it an ideal base to explore.