Old Square in Zadar. We enjoyed walking through the Old Town and drinking in the atmosphere. Simple place but worth visiting if close by. Wouldn't stay long here, but worth a walk through.
We came upon the wells by accident when wandering South East out of Zadar Old Town. The layout is simple. There are 5 similar wells, each with a pulley wheel, set to one side of a square. It's a tranquil location for a moment of calm before or after visiting the bustling town centre.
5 historic wells in a square! Pretty to see and take photos, it is definitely worth visiting but you don't need to spend very long to see it. Would be good if there was a plaque with some more information. There are cafes and the park right next to it so you could just sit for a bit and watch... 更多
A beautiful and historic square, well worth a visit when in Zadar. It’s bordered by the botanical gardens and very close to the City Gate. It’s also walkable to the Sea Organ and Salutation to the Sun. The 5 wells in question are great to photograph and observe and imagine what times would have been like in a bygone age.... 更多
Historic, pretty square in the old town, worth a quick look. You can see what was left from the ancient ages, also the wells, which are obviously not working today, but once they were the water supplier of the town. Near that, you can walk up to the botanical garden, which gives you a beautiful view back to the quare.
This is a very pretty square and one of the cleaner ones in Zadar. A part of the balustrade was broken when we visited, and it was just left there lying on the floor, but apart from that the square was really beautiful.
Just another square with ancient Roman ruins. By the Land Gate you can find five wells that are no longer used. The square is a part of city promenade, quite nice place to have some snaps.
It's a perfect place to take family photos. I's also a must visit place in Zadar, part of the promenade through the city gate.
It's worth a quick photo, but that's about all! There are remnants of the wells, which once supplied water for the city. There is also a medieval tower and adjacent bars and cafes. There is a park, Perivoj Vladmira Nazora, which can be accessed via the square, which gives you views of the city Land Gate.
The Five Wells Square is worth taking a look at if you're entering the city through the land gate (Zadar city gate), but nothing really worth making a detour for.