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Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split and Trogir

1. Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split and Trogir

Start your tour of Dubrovnik with a visit to the Stradun Promenade for your first impression of one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful cities and its astonishing stone walls that extend over 1,940 meters (6,500 feet). Admire the monumental fortifications and city gates, before wandering the labyrinthine streets behind the ramparts. Almost entirely pedestrianized, the medieval town is a treasure trove of architectural gems. See columned porticoes and loggias fringing Renaissance squares of marble. Marvel at the 11th-century Town Hall, and go to Sponza Palace, notable for its elaborate stone carvings. Take in views of the Baroque Cathedral, and see the magnificent Treasury. Continue to the fortress-like Dominican Monastery and Baroque Church of St Blaise. Visit the Rector’s Palace of the glorious Republic of Dubrovnik, and marvel at its harmonious blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. You will then have 3 hours free for lunch and some shopping. Taste delicious Mediterranean specialities at the taverns of the Old City, ending with a coffee on Stradun, and buy some of the traditional filigree jewellery, or a bronze statuette of St. Blaise to remind you of your day in Dubrovnik, before the return transfer to Split.

Trogir 1.5-Hour City Tour

2. Trogir 1.5-Hour City Tour

Experience the magic of Trogir on a 1.5-hour walking  tour, and see the romantic buildings of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The relaxed walk will explore all the historic landmarks of the medieval city, situated on a small island between the Croatian mainland and the island of Čiovo. Considered by many to be an open-air museum, Trogir will delight lovers of art, original architecture, and atmospheric streets. You will wander down narrow alleys to see up close Trogir’s complex heritage, from Romanesque and Renaissance courtyards to modern interiors. At its core is the grand Church of St. Lawrence (St. Lovro), a masterpiece by the Dalmatian architect Radovan. Almost no information exists about the career of this enigmatic artist, save for the monumental portal of Trogir’s cathedral. His art collections have aroused excitement among travelers for centuries, offering beauty personified in the relief of Kairos. Along the way, your guide who will enchant you with stories of exciting battles, mysterious characters, and the beautiful architecture that flourished under Venetian rule.

Krka Waterfalls & Guided Tour of Trogir From Split

3. Krka Waterfalls & Guided Tour of Trogir From Split

Spend a day in nature combined with sightseeing in the historical town of Trogir - the best possible way to spend your day on vacation, away from city crowds. After only 30 minutes of driving from Split you will stop to explore this cultural UNESCO heritage site. Accompanied by a licensed guide you have unique opportunity to explore this famous "city-museum". Walking around its historic center and narrow streets it feels like you are stepping back in time, to ancient Greece, Rome and Venice. Discover medieval walls, bell towers, preserved castles and churches. Full of impressions, you continue your journey towards the National Park. From the little riverside town of Skradin you will take a panoramic boat ride through the canyon of the Krka River. Spend some time with your guide who will explain all the secrets of this amazing area as you wind your way through the well-organised trails of Krka National Park. Follow educational trails and find Ethno village, old watermills, stone houses, souvenir shops, authentic buildings, and a restaurant. Spend your free time laying in the shadow of the tall trees and immerse yourself in breathtaking nature. Take a dip under the largest travertine barrier in this part of Europe and one of the most popular Croatian attractions - Skradinski Buk. Don't forget to take a photo in this Instagram-worthy place under the waterfalls.

Brac Island: Full-Day Tour with Lunch

4. Brac Island: Full-Day Tour with Lunch

See the best Croatia has to offer on a full-day trip to Brac Island, accompanied by an English-speaking guide. Learn about the region's history and go off the beaten path. Explore authentic Mediterranean towns, including Škrip, Zlatni Rat Bol Beach, Nerežišća, and Supetar. Visit the museum of olive oil and try local oil produced right there on the island. Take a break for a traditional lunch of bitter orange or fig jam, brač cheese, dalmatian smoked prosciutto or salted anchovies, green olive pate, salad, salted black olives, and black olive pate.

From Split: Split & Trogir Tour

5. From Split: Split & Trogir Tour

Meet your guide at Diocletian’s Palace, an incredible UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. This two-part tour gives you the best of the area in just a half day. Stroll the streets of the palace, first constructed in the early 4th century as a retirement home for Diocletian, the Roman Emperor. About 400 years later, the palace in near ruins, vendors and shops began to settle in, giving the palace its current look: it’s fascinatingly now part of the city, blended in with shops and restaurants and residences. Begin the tour in the cellars and tunnels that exist beneath the palace and learn about their historical function. Soak up the atmosphere of this most unique site and then stroll the streets, passing by the Cathedral of St. Duje, the patron saint of Split, as well as linger in atmospheric Peristyle Square. Finally, hit nearby Split Market to see the colorful fruits and vegetables on offer. Later, board an air-conditioned minibus for the drive up the coast to Trogir for the 17-mile (28 kilometer) drive. Admire the Dalmatian Coast along the way. The medieval town makes for a fascinating stroll. Learn the history of the place from the knowledgeable local guide as you walk the narrow lanes, passing by the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, one of the most impressive works of architecture in all of Croatia. Gawk at the Venetian-inspired Renaissance and Baroque buildings.

Dalmatian Delights: Food & Wine Tour from Split or Trogir

6. Dalmatian Delights: Food & Wine Tour from Split or Trogir

Experience the taste of Dalmatian cuisine and taste some of the best quality wines in Croatia on this 6-7 hour small group tour from Split or Trogir. Start your tour in the afternoon. The first stop will be Šibenik, the beautiful city on the Dalmatian coast and the oldest Croatian native city. See the sights of the town, including the UNESCO-protected St. Jacob’s Cathedral and find out more about the rich history and culture. Your next stop is the family Ranch Rak, situated in the small village Dubrava, just 5 kilometres from Šibenik. Enjoy delicious wine tasting at Ranch Rak, where you can sample a wide variety of rich flavours. You will find out more about Dalmatian wines and wine production. See the wine cellars and try 4 different types of quality wine. Then, the host will serve you a traditional Dalmatian dinner with prosciutto and cheese with olives as an appetizer, Dalmatian peka or barbecue for the main course, and dessert. After the delicious dinner, it is time to go back to Split/Trogir.

From Split : Full-Day Trogir Tour

7. From Split : Full-Day Trogir Tour

Discover Diocletian's palace, which is now the heart of Split's inner city, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the well-preserved cellars of Diocletian's Palace-the architectural purpose was to raise the imperial residential area to the upper floor and then walk up the stairs to Peristil. Peristil was meant to be used by the Diocletian and the cult of the living son of Jupiter. Admire the Cathedral of St Duje (St Duje is the patron saint of Split), which is Diocletian's mausoleum and is said to be the oldest Cathedral in the world. In the people's square Pjaca, you can experience both the Middle Ages and Modern life. You can shop and rest in one of the cafes situated on the beautiful waterfront. Trogir's historical core is a one-of-a-kind cultural monument on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Walk through Trogir's charming streets, the town of happy moments, the town of Kairos with your professional guide. Before entering Trogir's main attraction, stop in front of the Cathedral St. Lawrence and take a deep breath. The Cathedral, along with its Romanesque portal designed by local artist Radovan, is regarded as one of Croatia's finest architectural works. You will time to shop and relax in one of the cafes located within the city walls before returning to Split.

Dubrovnik & Ston: Exclusive Tour with Oyster Tasting

8. Dubrovnik & Ston: Exclusive Tour with Oyster Tasting

Start your full-day adventure in either Trogir or Split, depending on your chosen option. After 2 hours of scenic driving, you'll arrive at your first stop, the city of Ston. Ston is famous for the oldest saltworks in Europe and the second longest city walls in the world. Start your sightseeing of Ston with a visit to the Ston saltworks. Dating from the time of the Republic of Dubrovnik, and the entire system perfectly presents the complex salt production from the Middle Ages, and thus represents a first-class cultural monument and a perfect tourist destination. After your visit to the saltworks, continue to Mali Ston, known for its cultivation of shellfish, especially oysters and mussels. Mali Ston is a must-see destination for true lovers of seafood delicacies. Enjoy sampling oysters with a glass of wine. Continue on your journey to Dubrovnik, the most famous Croatian city. Enjoy a walking tour of the Old Town, guided by a professional guide. Admire the monumental fortifications and city gates, before wandering the labyrinthine streets behind the ramparts. Almost entirely pedestrianized, the medieval town is a treasure trove of architectural gems. See columned porticoes and loggias fringing Renaissance squares of marble. Marvel at the 11th-century Town Hall, and go to Sponza Palace, notable for its elaborate stone carvings. After you learn more about the history and the culture of Dubrovnik, enjoy your free time, and do sightseeing on your own.

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What people are saying about Trogir

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 2 reviews

The Dubrovnic trip was fun. We travelled on Apr 13, '22. It was a small group (in total 6 people). Our driver was Mile, and he was fantastic! Was really engaging, friendly, and informative. Carry your passports and residence cards because to reach Dubrovnic (& while travelling back), you cross a small area of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and your passports are stamped. We stopped at Bosnia for a quick coffee break. Once at Dubrovnic, we were greeted by our guide who showed us around for an hour. After that, we had 2.5 hours time to ourselves (where you can either walk around the walls - cost KR 250 pp, or take the ropeway to Mt. Srd for nice views of the city - cost KR 200 pp, or just walk around the old city). The local ladies prepare and sell almonds coated with orange/lime sugar in the square - it's delicious. This trip was a nice experience.

City worth to visit. The time of the trip was very optimal. A guide was waiting for us in Dubrovnik, who told the most interesting stories about the city. Milo deserves a mention, not only was he a driver and a great travel companion, but was also very helpful at every stage of the trip.

Excellent day with South Tours, especially the tour guide and driver Mila, who was knowledgeable and made the tour interesting and fun. Patricia who took us on our walking tour in Dubrovnik was also professional and knowledgeable about the city's history. Excellent small group tour

Very nice trip. The guide is very service-oriented and had good knowledge of the destination! The winery itself was great, good morning wines, good food and fantastic owners who guided us through the tasting. This tour is well worth a visit

Very nice tour, lots to see and lots of explanations