Zadar is a city located on a peninsula largely surrounded by ramparts; everything inside is pedestrian zone and this, combined with his plan simple street makes a complete tour and a pleasant walk.

The main street through the city along its length through the forum with its Roman remains, the Church of St. Donat, the symbol of the city, the Cathedral of Saint Anastasia and St. Mary's Church, in a restricted area.
Halfway is the People's Square, Narodni Trg; you can admire the houses of the city and the Clock Tower, the renaissance era and can enjoy a coffee break.Continuing the street, you will pass the church Saint Simon who has a silver sarcophagus containing the relics of St. and arrive at the place of Pet Bunara 5 wells,  surrounded by the garden the oldest Dalmatian public.

Cons below, the small port of Fosa alongside the door to the lion of Venice, one of the entrances to the city. Walking along the harbor, you will reach the Riva Promenade; from here you can admire the sunset appreciated by Alfred Hitchcock as the most beautiful in the world!
Riva extends between the university and, conversely, a unique attraction: the Sea Organ and the Sun Salutation, real sound and light facing the sea; organs produce sounds created by the movements of the sea floor and a circle made ​​up of solar panels captures the energy as light beams synchronized with the sound of the organ, a very attractive spectacle.