Hotel Villa Nico

Address: Kresimirova Obala 138, Zadar, 23000, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kresimirova Obala 138, Zadar, is near Paklenica National Park, Church of St. Donat, Jadrolina Ferry, and Square of Five Wells (Trg Pet bunara).
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    Travel Blogs from Zadar


    A travel blog entry by ritajane53 on Jul 05, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... men det ser veldig fint ut her. Google translate We have moved to Zadar on the coast of Croatia. Yesterday was the most active day so far this holiday season. We visited Croatia's stunning National Park Plitvička Jezera, lying about halfway between Varazdin and here. Nice trails around all the lakes. Lakes lying at many levels and therefore we got to see a lot of beautiful waterfalls. We started at ...


    A travel blog entry by kylendawson on Jul 03, 2015

    5 photos

    ... in Zagreb, a younger Croatian man who worked at the front desk asked in broken English where I had been. "I went to the Jasenovak memorial site," I responded, wondering what he'd say next..... "Very, very sad time in Croatia history," he said, shaking his head. "Crazy." "All of our countries have sad, crazy histories," I replied, impressed by his admission. I started to walk away. He grabbed me by the arm and quietly said, "But you know the number is much lower than they ...

    Zadar taught us how to Dugi (Otok)

    A travel blog entry by kirstenhulme on Jun 18, 2015

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... up our scooter and started our adventure. We rode for an hour to get to a beautiful beach, Playa Sakarun, with crystal clear water, then we headed to a lighthouse and climbed to the top to get a panoramic view of the islands and the Adriatic Sea. I was in heaven. On our way back towards the port in Sali we decided to stop at a salt lake which was only separated from the Adriatic by 50 meters of rocks. We walked around the lake ...

    Dalmatian Skies and War Wounds

    A travel blog entry by tashahowe on Sep 30, 2014

    10 comments, 131 photos

    ... most shopping centers, and they are often open 24-hours.

    9. I have not asked many Croatians about the war because they don’t bring it up; however, when they talk about time, they divide it into two segments, “before the war,” and “after the war.”

    10. Croatian dogs have huge balls. We were shocked to see so many well-endowed pets. You just don’t see such blatant displays of power in American canines. I believe this ...

    Exploring Dalmatia, Zadar!

    A travel blog entry by ulka on Aug 23, 2014

    34 photos

    ... Italian town. World War II – lots of bombs end up here and Zadar become part of Yugoslavia. Now the town belong to Croatia after Croatia got independence in 1991. Wow…talking about rich history!

    And the fact that you can still touch the history is really fascinating! There is part of the ancient wall in the Old Town, Forum, museums, palaces, churches, old gates, the former Venetian arsenal, Roman columns on the ...