1) If you are traveling along the coast and you have time, take the old road. Long road is slower but it passes trough many nice coastal villages and town that are worth seeing, as well there are many sea view vistas. If you are in hurry or you dislike a lot of bends on the road take a highway, it is great quality.
2) Maximum speed on Croatian Highway is 130 km/h, the police tolerates up to 150 km/h, but going faster will almost definitively result in ticket of minimum 400 E.
3) When going inland of Dalmatia it is advisable to buy a map. GPS can be unreliable there.
4)If you do not travel along the highway you will see a lot of wild animal warning signs. Take safety measures and slow down when you see that because it can really happen. In case of hitting an wild animal you will not only destroy your car, you will have to pay both fines to police and hunting society, and of course pay for the animal.
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Once you arrive to your accommodation in Zadar you don't want to stay indoors all day and watch Tv. There is a lot to see and do in Zadar region and you have limited amount of time. Check out our trip and excursion options and decide what is right for you.
The Sea organ is an architectural object located in Zadar, Croatia and an experimental musical instrument which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps.
The waves create somewhat random but harmonic sounds. The device was made by the architect Nikola Bašic as part of the project to redesign the new city coast (Nova riva), and the site was opened to the public on 15 April 2005.
'Ode to Joy' - New promotional film of Croatian National Tourist Board
Croatian National Tourist Board have produced remarkable new promotional film "Ode to Joy" in preparation for the upcoming tourism season.
The promotional film, produced for the Croatian National Tourist Board, and featuring the country's star cellist, takes viewers on a spectacular journey through the heritage, nature and culture of the country.
The Croatian Tourist Board (HTZ) has made first place in the "Music Video" category of the 11th International Festival of Tourism Films and Multimedia Works held in Berlin Germany, reported daily newspaper Vecernji list.
HTZ won the "Tourism Oscar" for their promotional video titled "Ode to Joy" which features the performance of the final movement of Beethoven's 9th Symphony "Oode to Joy" from well known Croatian cellist Ana Rucner, with images from all over Croatia displayed without any words.
The Croatians fought off competition from over 180 countries to win the award. The video, which was directed by Hrvoje Hribar and will be shown on television screens all over the world as part of HTZ's promotion of Croatia as a destination.