The Greeting To The SunCurrently Open
- Address: Istarska obala, 23000, Zadar, Croatia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: View Point, Family And Kids
The Greeting To The Sun - Review
Very close to the renowned Sea Organ, this architectural marvel is an another masterpiece of Nikola Basic where he test waters against the traditional paveway of architecture and designing. It is a monument dedicated to the sun and consists a 22 meter wide circle with 300 multi layered glass plates built for absorbing sun’s energy during the day and reflecting it into a beautiful vista in the night. In the evening, the place gets packed with travelers and folks basking into the beauty it creates along with the oceanic landscape and surreal surrounding. There are numerous parks and restaurants around the place for tourists to relax and enjoy.
The Greeting To The Sun Ticket Prices
- Free entry
The Greeting To The Sun Hours
- Can be visited in mornings.
How To reach The Greeting To The Sun by Public Transport
- Zadar Autobusni kolodvor
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Things to Know Before Visiting The Greeting To The Sun
68.37% of people who visit Zadar include The Greeting To The Sun in their plan
06 AM - 07 AM
44.89% of people start their The Greeting To The Sun visit around 06 AM - 07 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The Greeting To The Sun
69.36% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Greeting To The Sun
The Greeting To The Sun Trips
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The Greeting To The Sun, Zadar Reviews
Cool creation. Great place to watch sunset. Could add music to the light show to make it more unique and interesting though. Yes the sea organ is there but it doesn’t produce loud sounds.
Amazing spot to look at the sunset. Lot of people come here to relax at the end of the afternoon and to listen to musician and water organs. It's a magical place to set down after a day visiting the town. Come here with your family, friends or even better, with your lover. In the center, you can see the solar panels and your reflection in it. In short, a stunning place worth coming at sunset.
Fantastic place to watch the sunset. Huge crowds line up to get the best spot possible. The experience is super. I highly recommend it to do it once.
Really unique and worth seeing at sunset, but there are so many tourists, families and kids that it ruined the vibe. It's not romantic or peaceful, it's busy and family-oriented. There were people selling light-up toys and it was very loud. Not a bad thing, but still good to know for solo travelers and couples. I recommend experiencing it on a weekday and possibly with your own music 😊
Amazing place. I suggest to be there after the sunset. The lights will begin to play their own symphony. Inform yourself about the sense behind the "sun and the planets"