Zadar hotels offer style and productivity
Situated on Croatia's Dalmatian coast, Zadar is one of the most historic cities in the country, home to a selection of stunning Roman ruins and medieval architecture. There is an eclectic mix of vibrant bars and restaurants, side-by-side beautiful museums and churches. It is also the economic and industrial centre of the region. When you book a hotel in Zadar, you'll be able to explore this culturally rich city while you grow your business.
What can I expect to find in Zadar?
Its prime location on the Adriatic Sea makes Zadar a popular destination for a wide range of travellers. Whether you want to discover the local architecture, or take an invigorating boat trip and explore the surrounding islands, Zadar will promise you an eye-opening experience. The city is also surrounded by beautiful natural parks and greenery if you want to escape the bustle of the city itself.
Why should I choose Zadar for my next business trip?
Zadar is an easy drive from other major Croatian citties such as Split, Dubrovnik and Zagreb. In addition, Zadar Airport has regularly scheduled flights to destinations including Paris, London, Barcelona and other European hubs. Several rail lines also link Zadar to major cities on the continent. The city is also home to the Zagreb Fair Congress Centre, a convention centre which caters to all business needs, so whether you need a space for 20 or 200, the centre will be able to accommodate you. The centre also hosts plenty of annual events such as Inova and the Zagreb Boat Show, to name a few. There are numerous hotels in Zagreb which are more than capable of housing smaller meetings, workshops and conferences.
What can I do in the city when I book a hotel in Zadar?
When you find yourself with a few hours to spare, leave your hotel in Zadar and head to Paklenica National Park, an area of parkland, mountains and trails popular with hikers and cyclists alike. It's also home to an incredible underground bunker, used by statesmen during the tension in Yugoslavia during the 1940s. Another great spot is Paseo Maritimo, a pathway that runs along the old town boasting excellent views over the Adriatic Sea. There's also a vast array of souvenir shops and cafés; perfect for an afternoon or evening exploring and sampling the local cuisine.