Panorama guided Zadar Eco Tuk Tuk tour

29 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Pickup Service
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket

We love the highlights, but the real magic happens well away from a beaten path. Explore the best of Zadar with our Panorama tour that takes you to discover breath-taking views from the main lookouts, as well as the most iconic and less known places of the city. Let us show you the personality, charm and hidden beauties of this vibrant city on a local, fun and eco-friendly way. Discover the undiscovered!

Itinerary Details

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Start of the trip from your location.

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Drive along the Coast of Duke Trpimir and Zadar marina towards the Old Town.

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The stories about the Zadar Sphinx, and the treasure buried under it, were the inspiration for numerous fantasies by generations of Zadar citizens.

Duration: 5 minutes

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The Rowing Boatmen of Zadar.

Stop At: Sea Organ (Morske Orgulje)

The Sea Organ has become a modern icon of the city – this is a unique architectural miracle built in the underwater part of the city quay. The currents of waves and their passage through musical pipes installed beneath the surface of the sea create an amazing sound, the so-called sea music, filling the large space of the seaside promenade. The same architect, Nikola Bašić, takes credit for the Greeting to the Sun, situated right at the top of Zadar peninsula. The Greeting to the Sun consists of three hundred multilayer glass plates installed at the same level as the stone paving of the quay in the shape of a circle 22 meters in diameter. It is conceived as a spatial installation in the shape of an amphitheater surrounded by stone blocks with a presentation of all Solar System planets and their orbits. According to the famous Alfred Hitchcock, this part of the Zadar quay provides a view of the most beautiful sunset in the world.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Church of St. Donat

Orientation walk through Zadar Old town. Possible stop for photo shooting.

Duration: 20 minutes

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It was built by a Venetian architect Michele Sanmicheli, finished in 1543 and it is considered one of the finest monuments of the Renaissance in Dalmatia.

Duration: 5 minutes
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