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Approximately 2½ Hours
Today's walking tour of Zadar's Old Town begins on the pier. A short distance away, you will discover the heart of this magnificent district.
Included is a visit to the Cathedral of St Anastasia -- the finest example of Romanesque architecture in Zadar and which has a notable W façade dating back to 1324. St Anastasia's stone sarcophagus is in the apse to the left of the high altar.
As you continue, watch for the Church of St Donatus, believed to have been built on Roman foundations at the beginning of the 9th century. This is most important church in the eastern Adriatic, with a circular plan and three naves.
At the eastern end of the Forum is the 16th-century St Mary's Church with a Romanesque belltower. Check out the upper floor of the convent, whose rooms contain a collection of goldsmith's work, relics, and other valuable items.
Your tour ends with a wine, cheese and Marascino liqueur-tasting in the Old Town of Zadar. The traditional production of Marascino liqueur in Zadar dates back almost 400 years -- this tasty tipple has been enjoyed by all the royal households of Europe.
The tour ends at the tavern, so you're free to explore further on your own if you wish.
Please note: Wear comfortable walking shoes. Use of an audio headset (included) will enhance your tour experience.