Zadar is certainly a top destination, located in the center of Dalmatia, which is visited by an increasing number of tourists from around the world. Zadar is a city with a thousand-year-old city center that hides many historical stories and sights. It is difficult to conjure up and describe all that this old pearl hides in the heart of Dalmatia. The symbol of Zadar is the church of Sv. Donat from the 9th St. which stands out for its size and shape. The Roman Forum which was built even between the 1st century BC. to the 3rd century, successfully defies time. The Great Romanesque Cathedral is the largest in all of Dalmatia, and the entrance to its sacred space is free for all those who want to see its magnificent interior. Square "Narodni trg" is the center of historical and urban Zadar. Another square this time with five wells that in the 16th century provided drinking water to the then inhabitants of the city within the walls that protected the city from many enemies. Immediately from the Five Wells Square you enter the Queen Jelena Park from where you can see the fairytale Foša (a small old port bordered by walls) and the Land Gate (16th century) which were the only entrance to the city during the Ottoman Empire. Along with many other historical sights and stories, there are modern and unique in the world new music and light installations. The popular Sea Organ is a staircase that stretches 75 meters along the Zadar waterfront. Beneath them are tubes through which the waves push the air which eventually creates a unique sound. Sun Salutation is another modern installation made in 2005, consisting of a 22-meter diameter circle and installed glass and solar panels, which turn into a light attraction after sunset. Zadar promenade with its beauty, length and content is one of the most beautiful on the Adriatic coast. Sunsets are well known, and back in 1964 they inspired the famous Alfred Hitchcock. A special attraction is the indentation of the Zadar archipelago and the exceptional clear sea. Many restaurants offer fish from the Adriatic Sea and food from the Zadar hinterland. If you want to go to nature and see even more, you don't have to travel for hours, you just have to choose one of the many national parks of our homeland. Kornati National Park (stone labyrinth of 89 islands), Velebit Nature Park (mountain 10 - 30 km wide - area 2,200 ㎢), Paklenica National Park (96 ㎢, caves, pits, forests…), Vrana Lake Nature Park lake in Croatia near the sea), Krka National Park (a large number of lakes and waterfalls), Plitvice Lakes National Park (the most famous combination of waterfalls, lakes, forests and untouched nature).