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Easily accessible with various types of transport. As we are staying near the Palace area, we took the boat (like a ferry) to go to Trogir. It was interesting to access Trogir from the sea. We explored the old city, listened to public performances and...More
This pocket sized Old City is very easy to explore, the twists and turns of each little laneway give plenty of opportunities for discovery and the entire old city is in great condition, very clean and fresh. Some lanes are so narrow you may need...More
Small town but so pretty.
The most important building is the Trogir Cathedral with the portal of the western gate, the masterpiece of Majstor Radovan.
The castle and tower surrounded by walls form the core of Trogir.
Trogir Historic Site is a medieval city on a small island just off the Croatian mainland, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. Its narrow streets and medieval architecture make it a great place to wander around, or walk over a short bridge...More
Located only 30 minutes West of Split, Trogir is a must-do day-trip from Split. Its historic center is less crowded and its narrow streets allow for even more beautiful sights, as it is oddly laid out.
There is a waterfront on one side, and a...More
Trogir is a little known gem in Split, Croatia. Its close distance to the international airport makes it an ideal stop if you have time to spare before checking in for your flight. Ancient churches and quaint cafes by the waterfront will surely captivate you...More
Split is a major city in Croatia. We took and excursion from our Viking Ocean ship to Trogir, a city very near Split. In Trogir we enjoyed the Kamerlengo Castle and Fortress and also the Cathedral of St. Lawrence
The journey between Split and Trogir is so easy. The Boat is longer but very scenic and there is something about being on the sea. The bus runs from the bus station in Split to the very small bus station in Trogir. Once you... More
The journey between Split and Trogir is so easy. The Boat is longer but very scenic and there is something about being on the sea. The bus runs from the bus station in Split to the very small bus station in Trogir. Once you get off in Trogir you walk over the quaint little bridge and into the ancient city (2 mins walk). Trogir is tiny (compared to split) beautiful and well worth the trip if you are holidaying in Split. We have travelled up and down the Croatian coast i'm sure you wont be disappointed. Enjoy your trip.
Bus 37 between Split and Trogir passes the airport and leaves roughly on an hourly basis as I recall. Not sure about lockers in Trogir (it is a siple bus station). But if you have sufficient time, you may consider dropping... More
Bus 37 between Split and Trogir passes the airport and leaves roughly on an hourly basis as I recall. Not sure about lockers in Trogir (it is a siple bus station). But if you have sufficient time, you may consider dropping the luggage at the airport when coming from Split before continuing to Trogir.