Welcome to the city of Zadar, Croatia

We would like to welcome you to CROATIA and to our beautiful city of ZADAR, situated on the coast of the Adriatic Sea in the heart of Dalmatia region.
Zadar is an ancient Adriatic port city, surrounded by walls and towers on a peninsula, with a new urban part of the city connected by a bridge, a symbol of the city.
Zadar has a long history, dating back 3000 years. As any ancient city, Zadar has a huge historical and cultural heritage, like Roman Forum, Church of St. Donatus, unique sea organ whose music resonates with the coast of Zadar and many other interesting sites.

Sea organ

Greeting to the sun

Zadar is a also popular touristic destination because of the surrounding venues and festival in close proximity.
Zadar is also a home of famous world known football players like Luka Modric, Danijel Subasic, American musician from Nirvana Krist Novoselic who spent few childhood years in Zadar and went to high school, and of course one of the best UFC heavyweight champs, whose father is from a village near Zadar, Stipe Miocic.

Surrounding Zadar there are 5 National parks – Paklenica, Kornati Islands, Krka, Plitvice lakes and Northern Velebit.
The city can also be reached by boat lines from major Croatian ports, from all islands and neighboring Italy.
Zadar Airport connects the city of Zadar with major routes in Croatia as well as major European capitals.

Zadar has a rich night life with clubs, such as Opera, Garden, Ledana, Hype Bar, where you can relax and enjoy your stay and party like never before.

For more information about Zadar and what city offers, check it's official web page Zadar Tourist Board.

The Hall

Kresimir Cosic Hall

Sports and recreation center Visnjik, also known as Kresimir Cosic Hall nicknamed Peka (or Bell in English, a traditional dalmatian round cooking tray), is a home of the basketball team KK Zadar.

Kresimir Cosic Hall

Opened in 2008. and named after a legendary Croatian basketball player Kresimir Cosic, today is the third largest indoor arena in Croatia.
Many venues were hosted there, such 2016 Davis Cup World Group semifinals, games from 2009 World Men’s Handball Championship, Rita Ora concert and soon the Inferno Gaming Festival.
Kresimir Cosic Hall is located at north-east part of the Zadar. It is a 20 minute walk from peninsula, and almost equally from all other parts of the city.

Below is a map of the location where the Inferno Gaming Festival will be held, so check it out, buy tickets and join us at THE BIGGEST GAMING FESTIVAL IN CROATIA.

We are waiting for you.