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Trogir, Croatia
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 26 October 2009

A tiny jewel of a town that is but a short trip from Split and a world away from that city. The bus station is situated next to the bridge that takes you across to the North (Land) Gate and into the maze of narrow...More

15  Thank CalBristol
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 6 January 2012

When I planned our trip to Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, I insisted we stay two nights in Togir because of how lovely it looked in the photos. Someone I know who happened to be a travel agent who had been there told me that Trogir was...More

4  Thank cowbell99
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Reviewed 4 days ago

My wife and I began our Northerly drive up the Croatian Coast line from Split with a stop in Trogir, mostly for water and road snacks. We really enjoyed this lovely little town/harbor. Parking was very easy. A short walk past the fruit juice stands...More

Thank RECR8TON
Reviewed 5 days ago

I went by bus to Trogir from Primosten which took about 35 minutes. It is only a small town but it has a lovely harbour and places of interest to visit. The bus station is right next to the market so i decided to take...More

Thank Philfromcheshire
Reviewed 5 days ago

Trogir is small but a cleverly put together maze of streets. Walking round in circles to experience the view from all angles is a delight. It is worth getting up early to enjoy before the tourist hoards descend

1  Thank TheYachtBreakTeam
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited by boat from Split for about 6 hours. That is just about enough to take in this beautiful postcard old walled city. It really is beautiful-especially approaching from the water. Walk around inside the walled city. Explore the mazes of alleys. Walk the...More

Thank Kauff_210
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Stayed at the nearby Hotel Medena so only a few minutes drive away. Parked nearby and entered the town walls to be greeted by a medieval atmosphere, with narrow cobbled streets and many small shops. Had coffee at the central square and watched the myriad...More

Thank Peter H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Same atmosphere as a typical Italian sea town, beautiful harbor and castle, inner square and small streets, very romantic and picturesque, def recommend, only 30 minutes drive from Split, worth the detour :-)

Thank Trilingual2007
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were here during the peak tourist season and on the weekends it was extremely crowded, but in the evenings during the week it became a little more bearable. We would suggest visiting during the spring or fall. This is a very romantic city with...More

Thank work-to-travelMI
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Was there 2 weeks in september, and will love to go again. Croatia is a beautiful country, and Trogir must be one og the most beautiful places in Croatia. Not a cheep place compere to other mediterainean countries, but cleaner and nicer then most. Easy...More

Thank LeDj69
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A must side trip to be made when in split. This is a UNESCO heritage site so expect tons of tourists. Great architecture, history. Easy walk around the fort. Spend about 30-45mins

Thank PURPLEYAMS
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We wanted to see a bit more along the coast so got the bus from Split to Trogir. I think it was 35 kuna, you have to pay each way, no return tickets. It only took about half an hour. We walked around the town...More

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marion62boxers
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N0isette
10 October 2017|
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Response from Ortwin | Reviewed this property |
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
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Response from matsnilserikande2017 | Reviewed this property |
I am afraid not. Not unless you charter your own boat. But ferrys, small boats going from Trogir to Split if you don't want to go by taxi. ( taxi is low cost). Never the less, you have to go from Split if heading for Hvar... More
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