Top attractions in Trogir
The charming small town of Trogir is a medieval gem of Croatia. While you stay in Trogir, you're sure to stumble across that special feeling of getting lost in time--medieval architecture rules this town and you won't be able to help getting swept up in the grandiose structures that surround you.
Catch a glimpse of a well-preserved medieval town when you visit historic Trogir. Restaurants and shops are framed in original architecture, and will give you a sense that you're stepping back in time.
Enjoy ducking into a cafe for a coffee on a narrow street before you make your way to the Central Square in Trogir. You'll find yourself surrounded with the small town bustle of Trogir as you enjoy a meal or simply people watch.
Built in a Roman Catholic style, the Cathedral of Saint Lovro is said to be one of the most imposing buildings in Trogir. Visit the cathedral and admire the triple-naved construction.
During the summer months, the Karmerlengo Fortress comes to life and hosts concerts and a variety of performances. Check out the castle grounds before or after a show--the grounds are impressive.
On a stroll through the historic old town, take a second to enjoy the famous clock built into the Town Hall of Trogir.
This Benedictine Convent hosts a variety of ancient relics for your eyes to feast upon. The highlight is certainly a relief of Kairos, the Greek god of opportunity. To learn more on your visit, consider hiring a local tour guide.
Don't miss the Grand Cipiko Palace as you meander through historic Trogir. The palace architecture lends more medieval spirit to this Croatian town.
The gastronomy of Trogir is a delight. Start the day with a coffee or kava and a Croatian pastry. For lunch, visit the fish market, and see what you catch. End the day with a Croatian beer in the Central Square of Trogir.
Trogir is lovely on foot, especially if you're wandering through the historic district. There are also local buses, should you prefer to take public transport in Trogir. If you're planning a day trip, look into the trains, buses, and ferries in the area.
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- Year-round, the temperature in Trogir doesn't dip much further than 60 degrees. In fact, the sun shines on this city nearly 3,000 hours annually. Summertime is peak tourist season, although for good reason. Visit Trogir in the summer months to enjoy the warmest weather and the most local activity.
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What people are saying about Trogir
It was soooo fun! Our skipper (Spiro? Speedo?) made sure we were enjoying ourselves and blasted a great playlist to match. I think our speedboat went exceptionally fast but if you're faint of heart you should definitely let your skipper and guide know; they are all very accomodating and approachable :) Our ride was like a rollercoaster though. My inner thighs have never clenched so hard. The islands were really so beautiful, the water so blue and our guide (I'm sorry we don't remember her name, but she was the one with Spiro on 30th July) always made sure to point out all the things we could do and the good swim spots. Although we couldn't go to the Blue Cave due to bad weather, both guide and skipper made sure to keep us updated and did their best to give us a good time. Thank you so much!! We had lots of fun.
The tour was awesome and we met great people on the boat! FYI, you will be on a speedboat. These little boats are extremely fast and my wife was freaking out a bit. The only reason for the 4 star rating was due to the "guide" reference in the description. At least on the boat we were on, there was no guide or information provided at any stop. Meaning we would dock and be told where we were and what time to be back, that was it. Now, this didn't take away from the fun. After all, you're still on an island with a bar or in Trogir, it just wasn't the type of "guide" I was expecting. Maybe a misunderstanding on my part? Either way, this was a lot of fun!
We never expected to be so blown away. I am definitely putting Bosnia-Herzegovina in my bucket list... the trip was the whole package and our tour guide Peter was great, as well as Armana. He gave so much valuable and honest information about the history of the city, explained to us it’s involvement in the yougoslavian wars during the 90’s and explained everything from all different perspectives... amazed by everything. Guide tours gave very good tips for the free time (restaurants and such). The waterfalls were a wonderful and unique experience. Wish we could have stayed there more ! Bus was very comfortable and lots of space.
My Dad and I did the 1h30 Trogir walking tour and thoroughly enjoyed it. Our guide was Michelle who was extremely knowledgeable and had a very bubbly personality. Our tour went slightly over the allocated time due to the number of questions we had and just general conversation on wider topics, but this did not bother Michelle in the slightest, who was more than happy to answer all our questions and more. Overall great value for money and we would highly recommend.
This trip was a perfect way to see Krka. You get to enjoy the waterfalls with plenty of time to explore on your own but having a guide with advice and all the historical information makes it so much more enjoyable. I loved learning all about Croatia, Split and it's history. The highlight for me was definitely the lunch. Traditional, filling and a great way to get to know the other people touring with you. Sibenik was beautiful and a great way to end the day.