Zadar is one of the most famous cities on the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia (Croatian).  We have reached this city during the morning on the second day of our tour. Our tour guide supported us for enjoying our travelling on an ideal yacht as safe as possible.  We have visited more than estimated places throughout our daytime in this city. This was mainly because the complete guidance from our friendly tourist guide.  We felt amazed and stunned when we visit Old Town of this city.  We visited Cathedral of St. Anastasia, Port Gate, Captain’s Tower, The Mainland Gate, The Forum in Zeleni Trg, Kalelarga, Trg pet bunara and other renowned tourist places. We have taken photos and shared all these photos with our kith and kin in homeland.


An advanced yacht charter from the most successful tour operator in Croatia supported us to explore Pula on the third day.  Once we have arrived at this seafront city, we have begun our way towards tourism.  We explored ruins of Roman buildings and lots of historical places in this city. We enjoyed the verdant coastline in different ways and played some outdoor games.  The best in class accommodation and delicious foods in this seafront city enhanced our support for exploring this city further happily and energetically as we have expected. 



























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