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Best things to do in Dugi Otok

Museum
“is in the center of Zadar and its a city with a long history dating back before Roman times. Don't forget to see gold and silver of Zadar. Just ask right there for it. Great story.”
15 locals recommend
Museum
“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). ”
18 locals recommend
History Museum
“National Museum Zadar is a general regional museum founded in 1962. Begininngs of the museum descend to the year 1832 when the first regional museum of the general type was established - Museo Nazionale. CITY LODGE, the exhibition pavilion Narodni trg / People´ Square Summer: Monday - Sunday: 9:00 to 22:00 Winter: Monday - Friday: 9:00 to 20:00 Saturday / Sunday: 9:00 to 13:00 ETHNOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT, City Sentinel Narodni trg Tel: +385 23 211 198 Summer: Monday - Sunday: 9:00 to 22:00 Winter: Monday - Friday: 9:00 to 20:00 Saturday / Sunday: 9:00 to 13:00”
5 locals recommend
Museum
“The pride of Zadar; golden proof of its importance in history and culture of Croatia”
11 locals recommend
Museum
“Sphinx, The Zadar conservator and painter Giovanni Smirich built it in 1918 in a garden in front of the villa, which was designed in a neoclassical and roman style. It is a memorial to his late deceased wife Attila”
1 local recommends
Museum
“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.”
1 local recommends