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Pesaro Guide

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Zadar Guide

Zadar is one of Croatia's most popular tourist destinations which is seems to be gaining in popularity each year. The city lies on the Adriatic Sea coast and is to the north of the cities of Split and Dubrovnik and is around 3 hours by car from Zagreb. The ancient city has a number of Roman ruins, pretty churches and some lovely beaches which are all popular with its visitors. There are also some lovely islands and national parks that are all within easy reach of the city. A popular attraction in Zadar is the daily market which is regarded as one of the best in Croatia and contains a huge selection of fresh produce and other seasonal offerings. The city is especially well known for its large number of churches with the oldest dating back to the 9th century and collectively form the most historic landmarks that remain in the city, with the most impressive being St. Chrysogonus Church, the Church of St. Simeon and the Church of St. Mary.