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Car hire Zadar
Car hire Zadar

The town of Zadar in Croatia is more popular as a summer holiday destination because of its pristine beaches and happening night life. However, because the town is more than three thousand years old, it also has its own share of historic buildings and interesting ruins that will entice off-season travellers. Arranging for cheap car hire in Zadar is the best way to get around town and its nearby national parks and attractions.

While you're in the town centre, however, you will have to set your budget car rental aside because this part is best experienced on foot. Leisurely walks around the town centre will take you to interesting attractions such as the ruins of the Roman forum, the St Donat church which dates back to the 9th century and the Archaeological museum.

While you're in Zadar, expect to spend most of your time along the beach as this is the town's primary attraction. If you enjoy sailing, you can rent a boat and go island hopping. Otherwise, relaxing along the beach and getting a tan is more than enough to make your holiday worthwhile.

Most of the restaurants and food outlets are located in the town centre. You can also sample local dishes through the traditional taverns that dot the peninsula. The city centre is also a prime shopping district where you will find a number of street stalls and shops selling a wide range of merchandise.

Getting a car hire in Zadar is a practical move particularly if you want to take day trips to various national parks while you're in town. You can also drive to nearby towns such as Biograd where you will find a museum that houses exhibits taken from a sunken ship.