Zadar is Croatia’s oldest continuously inhabited city, but the local way of life is far from antiquated. Among the Roman ruins and medieval churches, you’ll find hip shops, cafés and nightspots at the forefront of a buzzing, progressive culture.
In the heart of the historic city, GUMA blends the best of both worlds. Open from mid-morning until late at night, this 300-capacity venue has offered traditional hospitality and a lively atmosphere since it opened in 2018. Having revitalised an old cinema with vibrant interior design, it’s become the ideal place to relax and eat or hang out with friends during the day, then hit the dancefloor in the evening.
“We want GUMA to be the ‘living room’ for people in Zadar,” explains Frane Skoblar, GUMA’s Marketing Manager. “It’s somewhere they can spend quality time listening to music, talking with friends and enjoying their favourite drinks.”