Aparthotel Lekavski

Draznikova 15, Zadar, 23232, Croatia
Aparthotel Lekavski
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times of local buses in zadar

by bigpat29

We arrive into zadar by ryanair around 21.00. We will get a airport bus into town centre. so far so good. Can anyone tell me what times the local buses stop running as we need to get to the youth hostel. I think it is on route 5. There are 16 of us so one taxi is out of the question

Re: times of local buses in zadar

by JanesWorld

5 and 8 bus is regular to hostel.

Re: times of local buses in zadar

by bigpat29

thank you for your reply
however I need to know what time is the last bus on route 5 and 8. I have written to the bus company but nothing has come back.

EG do the buses run up to midnight or do they stop at an earlier time?

Re: times of local buses in zadar

by JanesWorld

Email zadar@hfhs.hr for exact information.

Re: times of local buses in zadar

by diocletianvs

Liburnija Zadar (the bus company that operates local buses in Zadar) has one of the most user un-friendly webpages I've seen.
According to this website on line No.8 (Diklo) there are buses from the bus station at 23.15, 23.35 and 00.00 (midnight) Mo-Fr, last bus at 23.35 on Sundays. (The website ignores Saturday completely).

Re: times of local buses in zadar

by bigpat29

I know what you mean when you say not very user friendly. If there was an english tralslation it might not be so bad. Anyway I feel a little more confident that the buses will still be running when we get into the town centre on the night of the 31st . Thanks for your help.

Incidently we get the ferry to Pula the next day at 16.00 so do you have any ideas for a large group of scouts to to visit in ZADAR before we get on the ferry.

Re: times of local buses in zadar

by JanesWorld

Or, you could do as i suggested and send the Email.

Travel Tips for Zadar

Zadar is the main city in...

by Kamen_mali

Zadar is the main city in Northern Dalmatia, Zadar Old Town is located on the tip of a narrow peninsula. Although once protected by city walls, these are no longer there and only the towers and two city gates remain today. The Mainland Gate (Kopnena vrata), to the east of the Old Town, was built in 1543 and has the city coat of arms engraved on it. Close to this is the Five-Sided Tower, dating from the 13th century and the five wells which used to be the water supply for the city. The other gate is the Port Gate (Lucka vrata) to the north, built in 1573.

The city plan

by croisbeauty

The old core of the town, where the major historic attractions can be found, is situated on an peninsula. The medieval Zadar was completely forticiated, all around the peninsula, but the southern part of the walls was pulled down during the WW II bombing.

The Sea Organ

by Redang

The Sea Organ is situated near the new cruiser port, as a part of Zadar's Riva, and can be observed as a differently shaped part of the coast which consists of several stairs that descend into the sea. The stairs extend for about 70 meters along the coast, under them, at the lowest sea-tide level, 35 pipes of different lenght, diameter and tilts were built in vertically to the coast and they raise aslant until the paved part of the shore and end in a canal (a service corridor). On the pipes there are LABIUMS (whistles), which play 7 chords of 5 tones. Above the canal there are perforated stone stairs through which the sound comes out, the air pushed by the sea.

Note: Excerpt taken from the web.

Where?: Zadarska riva, at the end of the Zadar peninsula, next to the Sea Organ.

Lavlja Vrata - The Lion's Gate

by croisbeauty

The Town Land Gate, coloquially called "Lavlja vrata" (the Lion's Gate), was erected in the 16th century (1543), together with the new city walls, which were built up for fear of the invasion of the Turks, who had already ruled over the Dalmatian hinterland. The gate was designed by the famous Venetian architect Michele Sanmicheli and it was, at the time, the main entrance to the city.
The central arch of the gate is distinguished by the chiseled figure of St. Grisogone on his horse (coat of arms of Zadar) and the monumental Lion of St. Mark.

KRKA FALLS - Along its course...

by Kamen_mali

KRKA FALLS - Along its course through the karstic Dinaric Alps, the Krka Rivera cut out a beautiful canyon containing breathtaking waterfalls and rapids, all immersed in rich vegetation. The highest fall is called Skradinski Buk (46 m).
The Krka, as many yachtsmen already know, is navigable from its mouth to the picturesque town of Skradin.
The islet of Visovac is also worth visiting (with the monastery Krka/Arandelovac). Lying on a place where the Krka flows into a lake, Visovac represents a true oasis of peace and quiet with its old Franciscan monastery that dates back to the fifteenth century.
The area has cultural and historical heritage – the ruins of the medieval forts of Trosenj, the Franciscan monestary that dates back to the 15th century.


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