The route between London and Zadar is flown directly only by Ryanair, with a direct flight normally taking around 2 hours and 20 minutes. Transfer flights are operated by other companies, such as Croatia Airlines and British Airways (both flying through Zagreb). A transfer flight from London can take between 4 and 12 hours, often resulting in higher costs than a direct one. Ryanair flies to Zadar from Stansted four times a week (on a seasonal basis in the summer), whereas Croatia Airlines and British Airways operate daily flights from Heathrow. All flights land at Zadar Airport. London Stansted and Heathrow can be reached by taxi, bus and train, with the latter accessible via the underground as well. Zadar Airport is connected to the city by taxi or a shuttle bus, which takes 20 minutes to get to the main bus station in Zadar, and 25 minutes to the Old Town.
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This Croatian city is well-known for its abundance of churches, many of which are built in very different styles. The Pre-Romanesque St. Donatus, the Romanesque St. Mary and the Gothic St. Francis are only a few examples. The 15th century citadel and the very unique sea organ are also recommended sights.2 Cultural activities
With a university dating back over seven centuries, Zadar has been and continues to be a cultural centre. Institutions, such as the Croatian Theatre House, the National Museum and the Museum of Ancient Glass, are housed in this city.3 Plitvice Lakes
Only a 2 and a half hour bus journey away, Plitvice is one of the most stunning parks in Southeast Europe, making a trip to Zadar and its region truly memorable. Its sixteen lakes, linked by waterfalls (the highest standing at over 130 metres), and numerous caves make this mountainous route a spectacular trekking or cycling experience.4 Kornati Islands
An excursion around the 140 islands which make up the Kornati archipelago is surely an unforgettable experience. With boats leaving every day from the city, it's possible to spend a day at sea, and even try to see the occasional dolphin!5 Paklenica National Park
Only 45 minutes away from Zadar is the Paklenica National Park. Dense forests, spectacular torrent gorges and water springs are only few of the great views accessible when trekking through this park.