Trogir

Trogir is one of few towns in Dalmatia, which are under UNESCO protection. Trogir has been under UNESCO world heritage since 1997. It is located 28 km from Split, on the coast of Kastela’s bay populated by 13,000 inhabitants.
Very well connected with roads and close to the motorway A1. Split international airport is only 5 km far from Trogir. Bus line number 37 goes every day each 20 minutes and connects Split, Split airport, Kastela and Trogir.

Trogir was founded and developed by Greek colonists from the island of Vis.  In Europe town Trogir was considered the best Romanesque  City. The amazing castle surrounded by walls and tower describes history by itself and represents the core of Trogir. Locatedon the small peninsula, connected to the mainland with a small bridge, and to the island of Ciovo on the other side with big bridge.

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The medivial core is dating from 13. century from romanical, later gotical and reneissance period. Cathedral is biggest and most amazing building while the rest of the heritage is City hall  Cipica Palace and Lodge. One of the most beautiful palaces in old town is Cipico palace. You can relax, drink coffee on the main town square and enjoy in the views on history around you.

The Cathedral is on the main square close to the City Hall  Cipica Palace and Lodge. One of the most beautiful palaces in old town is Cipico palace. You can relax on the main town square and enjoy the view while having a cup of coffee or a ice cream in a coffee bar. The medivial core is dating from romanical, gotical, reneissance and baroq period.

Enter the old town gate, stroll through the narrow streets, that mostly haven’t changed for centuries, and let your imagination take you to historical times. In summer you can escape to the promenade lined with bars, cafes and yachts. Drink coctail and enjoy.

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You have opportunity to enjoy in lovely fishermen’s nights and folklore shows during summer, classical music concerts filled with local cuisine. Disco bar Big Daddy is in the old town, placed on promenade while dico bar Monaco is on the other side across the Ciovo bridge.

Seems like a perfect spot for a day trip from Split. Trogir makes a good alternative to the big city and offers a relaxing place to spend a afternoon or few days.