Living on the other side of the old city, on the way to the old city across the bridge, I was frightened by the ferocious seagulls grabbing bread from tourists (there is a bakery at the foot of the bridge). There is a market in the old city, which closes before three o'clock in the afternoon. It doesn't open on Monday morning. It's a pity that I didn't go shopping. It feels good to hear the bells of the old town church early in the morning.
The city on the Adriatic coast, the ancient Croatian city of Zadar, without the hustle and bustle of Split, the whole city is very comfortable and leisurely. I like it very much. The stay time is a bit short. The old city is connected to the new city by a bridge by the sea. The homestay is on the upper floors of an ancient elevator leading to the ancient city bridge. The scenery is very good, and you can overlook the whole view of the ancient city. Go down the bridge and you will find the ancient city. The sea in the city is very clear and there are many fish in the sea.
Zadar is a port and historic city in western Croatia. Facing the Adriatic Sea to the west, it is the administrative center of Zadar County and North Dalmatia. It is also the fifth largest city in Croatia and one of the famous tourist attractions in Southeast Europe. It is also the hometown of the football superstar Modric. Walking on the streets of the ancient city of Zadar, I feel very leisurely and beautiful. Unfortunately, I only stayed for one day and one night. It also coincides with the weekend. There is a local market in the ancient city of Zadar, where you can eat, drink and have fun, so lively!
The small town of Zadar is filled with laziness and calmness, where life can be comfortable, negotiated and elegant. The mottled and dilapidated city walls are infatuated and infatuated. Thousands of years have guarded the peace of the town and resisted the enemy. The waves of the Adriatic Sea outside the town are also affectionate, tapping the embankment, which has never changed. The sound of the waves, the light singing and the low chanting, are still the same for thousands of years; the boat ship, nestling in peace, is the same for the generations. C``est la vie ici!