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Food Scene
Excellent food and great prices. Their menu has a big variety of food so you can choose quickly. It's a nice place for family and as well if you are going with friends. When you are staying in Zadar this is a restaurant for you. Enjoy!!!
Excellent food with great prices. Their menu has a big variety of food so you can choose quickly. It;s nice place to go out for lunch or dinner with your family as well with your friends. If you are in Zadar this is a restaurant for you. Enjoy!!!
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MAMMA MIA
54 Put Dikla
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Excellent food with great prices. Their menu has a big variety of food so you can choose quickly. It;s nice place to go out for lunch or dinner with your family as well with your friends. If you are in Zadar this is a restaurant for you. Enjoy!!!
Nice restaurant in lovely location. Great food tasty and good quality.
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Konoba Skoblar
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Nice restaurant in lovely location. Great food tasty and good quality.
Harbor Cookhouse&Club is offering a la carte meals and by night clubbing atmosphere. On weekend are live band gigs and dj gigs, by day there is beautiful view and great food.
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Harbor CookHouse & Club
6A Obala kneza Branimira
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Harbor Cookhouse&Club is offering a la carte meals and by night clubbing atmosphere. On weekend are live band gigs and dj gigs, by day there is beautiful view and great food.
Restaurant with a small seating capacity-need to be booked in advance. Great deal of Asian food. The ambiance is amazing.
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Maguro Restaurant & Sushi Bar
10A Borelli ul.
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Restaurant with a small seating capacity-need to be booked in advance. Great deal of Asian food. The ambiance is amazing.
Great burgers in the town.
Butler Gourmet&Cocktails Garden
1 Obala kralja Tomislava
Great burgers in the town.
If you are looking for a different place with amazing food and vibe where you can have a glass of real good wine go to Hedonist. This is the one of the nicest urban places in Zadar.
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Hedonist dining & hangout
9 Ulica knezova Šubića BrBistro Hedonistibirskih
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If you are looking for a different place with amazing food and vibe where you can have a glass of real good wine go to Hedonist. This is the one of the nicest urban places in Zadar.
A lovely modern interior with a rustic/pastel feel that oozes comfort! Bon Appetit is all about the food and wine on offer and that means lots of Dalmatian and Mediterranean tradition with modern interpretations. Open day and night, visitors can pop in for refreshments or for a meal. Fish, meat and dessert varieties are oh so popular here as well as top quality wine.
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Bon Appetit
4 Ul. Mihovila Pavlinovića
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A lovely modern interior with a rustic/pastel feel that oozes comfort! Bon Appetit is all about the food and wine on offer and that means lots of Dalmatian and Mediterranean tradition with modern interpretations. Open day and night, visitors can pop in for refreshments or for a meal. Fish, meat and dessert varieties are oh so popular here as well as top quality wine.
Best pancakes/crepes in town!!
Slatka tajna
19 Ul. Špire Brusine
Best pancakes/crepes in town!!
Pasta & Svasta is a small, family owned bistro, that has opened its doors in 2014 and to date we have become a No. 1 place for every pasta lover. We use daily fresh ingredients and prepare sauces for your pasta right at the moment of your order. All our pastas are freshly made in house
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Pasta & Svasta
1 Poljana Šime Budinića
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Pasta & Svasta is a small, family owned bistro, that has opened its doors in 2014 and to date we have become a No. 1 place for every pasta lover. We use daily fresh ingredients and prepare sauces for your pasta right at the moment of your order. All our pastas are freshly made in house
Family runned restaurant with tradition in Zadar Old Town, serving good Mediterranean and Dalmatian food.
Restaurant Špajza
9 Ul. Špire Brusine
Family runned restaurant with tradition in Zadar Old Town, serving good Mediterranean and Dalmatian food.
Famous pizza in town with old tradition since 1981.
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Pizzeria Šime
15 Put Matije Gupca
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Famous pizza in town with old tradition since 1981.
Tastes of the Mediterranean, Dalmatia and Croatia following their culinary tradition, using their culinary delicacy, combining specific foods and ways of preparing dishes.
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Restoran Bruschetta
12 Ul. Mihovila Pavlinovića
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Tastes of the Mediterranean, Dalmatia and Croatia following their culinary tradition, using their culinary delicacy, combining specific foods and ways of preparing dishes.
Best ice-cream ever you will taste!! Put it on your bucket list.
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Ice Cream Shop Donat
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Best ice-cream ever you will taste!! Put it on your bucket list.
Sightseeing (Culture & Arts)
Cosmopolitan and artsy, Zadar is the biggest metropolis in northern Dalmatia. Zadar is also an art destination of sorts with two unique installations — the Sea Organ and the Greeting to the Sun — that are not to be missed sound-and-light extravaganzas. Right on the coast, there are also beautiful beaches where the water is clear and warm and perfect for summertime swims. Finally, Zadar is an important transport hub and it is easy to get to nearby islands on day trips. Explore more places to visit in and around this vibrant city.
This is a superb spot to peacefully watch the sun go down to the mesmerising tones of Zadar's most popular attraction.
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Морской орган
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This is a superb spot to peacefully watch the sun go down to the mesmerising tones of Zadar's most popular attraction.
You've seen dozens of wonderful sunsets in movies but too beautiful to be true. Well in Zadar, beautiful romantic sunsets, are real! Alfred Hitchcock also said that Zadar sunsets were the most beautiful in the world and he was right. The sky takes an orange-pink colour, the sun is huge and it dips gently into the sea and offers an unforgettable and amazing show.
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The Greeting to the Sun
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You've seen dozens of wonderful sunsets in movies but too beautiful to be true. Well in Zadar, beautiful romantic sunsets, are real! Alfred Hitchcock also said that Zadar sunsets were the most beautiful in the world and he was right. The sky takes an orange-pink colour, the sun is huge and it dips gently into the sea and offers an unforgettable and amazing show.
One of the most important examples of Byzantine architecture found in Dalmatia, Zadar's Church of St. Donatus is one of the city's top historic attractions. Dating back to the 9th-century, it was originally named the Church of the Holy Trinity but later re-named after Bishop Donat. While exploring this architectural marvel, note that it is famed for its unique circular form flanked by three circular apses. Built on top of the old Roman forum, the building incorporates many elements of the original structure, including two of the supporting pillars.
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Церковь Святого Доната
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One of the most important examples of Byzantine architecture found in Dalmatia, Zadar's Church of St. Donatus is one of the city's top historic attractions. Dating back to the 9th-century, it was originally named the Church of the Holy Trinity but later re-named after Bishop Donat. While exploring this architectural marvel, note that it is famed for its unique circular form flanked by three circular apses. Built on top of the old Roman forum, the building incorporates many elements of the original structure, including two of the supporting pillars.
Zadar Cathedral, which is also known as the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, blends a number of architectural periods into its fabric. Construction initially began with the Byzantines back in the 9th century, but it was rebuilt again during the 12th and 13th centuries in Romanesque style. Of particular interest is the cathedral's fine façade with its three entrances and numerous blind arches, as well as two beautiful rose windows; the top in Gothic style, while the lower one is Romanesque.
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Собор Святой Анастасии
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Zadar Cathedral, which is also known as the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, blends a number of architectural periods into its fabric. Construction initially began with the Byzantines back in the 9th century, but it was rebuilt again during the 12th and 13th centuries in Romanesque style. Of particular interest is the cathedral's fine façade with its three entrances and numerous blind arches, as well as two beautiful rose windows; the top in Gothic style, while the lower one is Romanesque.
Constructed between the first century BC and the third century AD, Zadar's old Roman Forum should be explored as part of a walking tour of the city (you can't miss it due to its location next to the city's fine old churches). Measuring 90 meters long by 45 meters wide, the scale of this impressive ruin in the Zeleni trg Square still impresses (during Roman times, this area was a central market and public area). Hot Tip: Try to plan your visit for nightfall when the ruins are lit up.
Roman Forum
Constructed between the first century BC and the third century AD, Zadar's old Roman Forum should be explored as part of a walking tour of the city (you can't miss it due to its location next to the city's fine old churches). Measuring 90 meters long by 45 meters wide, the scale of this impressive ruin in the Zeleni trg Square still impresses (during Roman times, this area was a central market and public area). Hot Tip: Try to plan your visit for nightfall when the ruins are lit up.
The 17th-century Church of St. Simeon is worth a visit. Here, you'll find the remains of St. Simeon, one of Zadar's four patron saints, kept in a sarcophagus designed by Francesco da Milano in the late 14th-century. On the cedar coffin are gold-plated reliefs depicting the life of St. Simeon and a copy of Capella dell'Arena from Padua, Italy.
Crkva sv. Šime
The 17th-century Church of St. Simeon is worth a visit. Here, you'll find the remains of St. Simeon, one of Zadar's four patron saints, kept in a sarcophagus designed by Francesco da Milano in the late 14th-century. On the cedar coffin are gold-plated reliefs depicting the life of St. Simeon and a copy of Capella dell'Arena from Padua, Italy.
The city's four remaining gates are relatively well preserved, the most important and most impressive being the Land Gate. Built in 1543 by the Venetians in Renaissance style, this splendid structure still provides the best access point when exploring the old part of the city (the other gates are the Gate of St. Rok and Port Gate, as well as one in the Square of the Five Wells).
Land Gate
The city's four remaining gates are relatively well preserved, the most important and most impressive being the Land Gate. Built in 1543 by the Venetians in Renaissance style, this splendid structure still provides the best access point when exploring the old part of the city (the other gates are the Gate of St. Rok and Port Gate, as well as one in the Square of the Five Wells).
The second oldest museum in Croatia, the Zadar Archaeological Museum (Arheološki muzej Zadar) was founded in 1832 and is dedicated to the city's rich history. It is a good place to gather an overview of the influences that shaped this area of Dalmatia. Highlights include the numerous ground floor displays devoted to finds from the 7th to 12th centuries, a notable glass collection, as well as many displays on the first floor related to Northern Dalmatia during the Roman period (particularly interesting is the model of Zadar showing the city's Roman layout).
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Археологический музей Задара
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The second oldest museum in Croatia, the Zadar Archaeological Museum (Arheološki muzej Zadar) was founded in 1832 and is dedicated to the city's rich history. It is a good place to gather an overview of the influences that shaped this area of Dalmatia. Highlights include the numerous ground floor displays devoted to finds from the 7th to 12th centuries, a notable glass collection, as well as many displays on the first floor related to Northern Dalmatia during the Roman period (particularly interesting is the model of Zadar showing the city's Roman layout).
Built in the 11th century, the Church of St. Mary has undergone a variety of renovations and alterations over the years. The current church boasts a Renaissance façade and a lovely bell tower, known as Koloman's Tower, a splendid Romanesque structure dating from the 12th century. Next to the church stands the old monastery, which now houses the Museum of Church Art, with its fascinating collection of gold pieces, paintings, and sculptures. Also of interest is an attraction called Gold and Silver of Zadar in the 11th-century Church of Sv. Nediljica. In addition to its many fine gold pieces, the museum also houses numerous important religious relics, including remnants of saints and important bishops, as well as antique clothing and fabrics.
Crkva svete Marije
Built in the 11th century, the Church of St. Mary has undergone a variety of renovations and alterations over the years. The current church boasts a Renaissance façade and a lovely bell tower, known as Koloman's Tower, a splendid Romanesque structure dating from the 12th century. Next to the church stands the old monastery, which now houses the Museum of Church Art, with its fascinating collection of gold pieces, paintings, and sculptures. Also of interest is an attraction called Gold and Silver of Zadar in the 11th-century Church of Sv. Nediljica. In addition to its many fine gold pieces, the museum also houses numerous important religious relics, including remnants of saints and important bishops, as well as antique clothing and fabrics.
The People's Square (Narodni Trg) has been the center of public life in Zadar since its construction in the 16th-century. Important highlights include the old City Guardhouse (Gradska Straza), built in the mid 1500s and hard to miss on the west side of the square due to its large clock tower added in the 18th-century (it's worth a visit for its small ethnographic museum).
Narodni trg
The People's Square (Narodni Trg) has been the center of public life in Zadar since its construction in the 16th-century. Important highlights include the old City Guardhouse (Gradska Straza), built in the mid 1500s and hard to miss on the west side of the square due to its large clock tower added in the 18th-century (it's worth a visit for its small ethnographic museum).
In the splendid 19th-century Cosmacendi Palace near Zadar's waterfront, the excellent Museum of Ancient Glass is home to one of Europe's largest collections of antique glass artifacts. Among its many highlights are numerous rare Roman jars, goblets, and vials found during decades of archaeological digs in the Dalmatia region of Croatia.
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Museum of Ancient Glass
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In the splendid 19th-century Cosmacendi Palace near Zadar's waterfront, the excellent Museum of Ancient Glass is home to one of Europe's largest collections of antique glass artifacts. Among its many highlights are numerous rare Roman jars, goblets, and vials found during decades of archaeological digs in the Dalmatia region of Croatia.
Enter the fascinating world of illusion which will trick your confidence in senses, but amaze you by doing it; the world that will confuse you completely, but also educate you. Visit us and you will be thrilled because nothing is what it seems, especially not here! Come and explore the world of illusions. Experience the impossible. Be sure your camera is fully charged with memory space before you visit. By all means take your camera with you.
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Muzej Iluzija Zadar
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Enter the fascinating world of illusion which will trick your confidence in senses, but amaze you by doing it; the world that will confuse you completely, but also educate you. Visit us and you will be thrilled because nothing is what it seems, especially not here! Come and explore the world of illusions. Experience the impossible. Be sure your camera is fully charged with memory space before you visit. By all means take your camera with you.
National Parks and Nature
Nature is not only one of Croatia’s most beautiful aspects, it is also an important asset. Croatians take pride in preserving nature and as such, their national parks always top must see travel itineraries. These national parks will certainly provide you many photos, so make sure to have your camera handy.
Plitvice Lakes is the oldest and largest national park in the Republic of Croatia. The park is situated in the mountainous region of Croatia, between the Mala Kapela mountain range in the west and northwest, and the Lička Plješivica mountain range to the southeast. The Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia’s most popular tourist attraction, was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979. Located roughly halfway between capital city Zagreb and Zadar on the coast, the lakes are a definite must-see in Croatia. The beauty of the National Park lies in its sixteen lakes, inter-connected by a series of waterfalls, and set in deep woodland populated by deer, bears, wolves, boars and rare bird species.
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Plitvice Lakes (Plitvička Jezera)
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Plitvice Lakes is the oldest and largest national park in the Republic of Croatia. The park is situated in the mountainous region of Croatia, between the Mala Kapela mountain range in the west and northwest, and the Lička Plješivica mountain range to the southeast. The Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia’s most popular tourist attraction, was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979. Located roughly halfway between capital city Zagreb and Zadar on the coast, the lakes are a definite must-see in Croatia. The beauty of the National Park lies in its sixteen lakes, inter-connected by a series of waterfalls, and set in deep woodland populated by deer, bears, wolves, boars and rare bird species.
Krka National Park lies about 10km inland from Sibenik in this part of Dalmatia. Named after the Krka River, the Park covers an area of just over 142 square km and includes two thirds of the river itself. The top attraction of the Park are its magnificent waterfalls, including the famous Skradinski Buk falls which are one of Croatia’s most famous sights. Other highlights include the small island of Visovac and Roski Slap waterfall. A boat trip through the park (included in the entrance ticket) is a great way of seeing much of the Park. Best of all, it is possible to swim in some locations in Krka National Park! (To be sure to bring your swimming costume or trunks along!)
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Крка
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Krka National Park lies about 10km inland from Sibenik in this part of Dalmatia. Named after the Krka River, the Park covers an area of just over 142 square km and includes two thirds of the river itself. The top attraction of the Park are its magnificent waterfalls, including the famous Skradinski Buk falls which are one of Croatia’s most famous sights. Other highlights include the small island of Visovac and Roski Slap waterfall. A boat trip through the park (included in the entrance ticket) is a great way of seeing much of the Park. Best of all, it is possible to swim in some locations in Krka National Park! (To be sure to bring your swimming costume or trunks along!)
The Kornati islands are an archipelago consisting of 140 islands covering an area of 114 square miles (300 square km). Most of the islands are part of the Kornati National Park – and with its natural beauty, numerous coves and crystal clear blue waters, it’s easy to see why. The islands are best visited on a day excursion from Zadar, Sibenik or Split. It is possible to stay in one of the cottages for a Robinson Crusoe type holiday in which you stay in a house with no electricity or running water – the ultimate in “getting away from it all”!
National Park Kornati
The Kornati islands are an archipelago consisting of 140 islands covering an area of 114 square miles (300 square km). Most of the islands are part of the Kornati National Park – and with its natural beauty, numerous coves and crystal clear blue waters, it’s easy to see why. The islands are best visited on a day excursion from Zadar, Sibenik or Split. It is possible to stay in one of the cottages for a Robinson Crusoe type holiday in which you stay in a house with no electricity or running water – the ultimate in “getting away from it all”!
A trip to the Telaščica Nature Park is an unmissable part of a visit to Dugi Otok – it’s within biking distance from Sali. Telašćica Bay is a 8km deep inlet dotted with bays, islets and cliffs. A spectacular saltwater lake lies next to the bay – the water is warm and you can swim there. Legends abound about hidden treasure and ancient inhabitants with five horns on their heads. More visible treasure is the wildlife that abounds there, from pine to fig to olive to moufflon (a kind of wild sheep). Although the park is not commercialised, there are facilities for tourists providing fresh fish and local wine. Paradise indeed.
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Телашчица
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A trip to the Telaščica Nature Park is an unmissable part of a visit to Dugi Otok – it’s within biking distance from Sali. Telašćica Bay is a 8km deep inlet dotted with bays, islets and cliffs. A spectacular saltwater lake lies next to the bay – the water is warm and you can swim there. Legends abound about hidden treasure and ancient inhabitants with five horns on their heads. More visible treasure is the wildlife that abounds there, from pine to fig to olive to moufflon (a kind of wild sheep). Although the park is not commercialised, there are facilities for tourists providing fresh fish and local wine. Paradise indeed.
Paklenica National Park is located slightly inland from the coast of North Dalmatia, situated about 47km north (northeast) from Zadar. The nearest coastal town to the park is Starigrad Paklenica. The Park is an ideal place to visit for the adventurous – there are several challenging hiking trails, and climbing is also popular here. For those who like things a little more laid-back, there’s more gentle walks available too, with just as much to explore.
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Paklenica
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Paklenica National Park is located slightly inland from the coast of North Dalmatia, situated about 47km north (northeast) from Zadar. The nearest coastal town to the park is Starigrad Paklenica. The Park is an ideal place to visit for the adventurous – there are several challenging hiking trails, and climbing is also popular here. For those who like things a little more laid-back, there’s more gentle walks available too, with just as much to explore.
Drinks & Nightlife
On warm evenings, everybody is outside. Sitting on benches and promenading the street (the Italian Corzo) are habits that still linger. Zadar's nightlife is neither sceney nor divided into old and young, so in most places you'll find an unpretentious mix of people. While the Old Town is an atmospheric place to spend your evenings, you can also spend time in places like Borik, Diklo and Kolovare, to catch the sea breeze and watch the sun go down. Zadar's sunsets are supposed to be the best in the world. Those of you wanting a little more will nevertheless not be disappointed. Young Croatians are a pretty cosmopolitan lot, and you would be surprised how urban the culture is.
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Ledana Lounge Bar and Club
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The Garden Lounge
6 Liburnska obala
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Svarog Bar
1 Trg pet bunara
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The Factory Bar
4 Ul. Ruđera Boškovića
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Caffe Bar Kult
6 Stomorica ul.
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Wine bar Dišpet
2 Ul. Svete Nediljice
GUMA Bar
18 Široka ul.
Podroom Night Club
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Famous Beach Bar & Grill
7 Ul. Majstora Radovana
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Beach Bar Bamboo
19 Obala kneza Domagoja
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Yachting Bar & Club
1 Obala kneza Domagoja
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Hype Bar
6A Obala kneza Branimira
V kat caffe
3 Ul. Mihe Klaića
La Bodega
1 Široka ul.
Shopping
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Supernova Zadar
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City Galleria
1 Put Murvice
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Swarovski
10 Široka ul.
drogerie markt
14C Široka ul.
BIPA
3 Široka ul.
Havaianas
4 Ul. Dalmatinskog Sabora
Calzedonia
12 Široka ul.
MAX&Co
18 Ul. knezova Šubića Bribirskih
Sisley
2A Široka ul.
Essentials
Lidl
17 Ul. Benka Benkovića
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Kaufland
2 Ulica Andrije Hebranga
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Tommy
56 Put Stanova
SPAR
4 Polačišće ulica
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Market Zadar
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Ribarnica Zadar ( Fish Market)
Ribarnica Galeb
1B Ul. Grigora Viteza