This place has it all. Small enough to walk through the whole town and fabulous cafes, restaurants and ambience. A great mix of the old (very old) and new.
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The historic site of Trogir is a small island, but it is however worthy of visiting! If you are driving by (between Zadar and Split), spend a few hours in here or have dinner in one of the many restaurants. Small, narrow, white, streets with...More
We were a bit disappointed with the place. It has its charm but it is also less well-maintained and difficult to wander around then for instance Split or Dubrovnik. The seaside has its charm and the streets are nice as such, but they are either...More
I am out of words to describe the beauty of Trogir. Its said that this town is "baby Split".I like small and quiet places - so this was definitely my town. Of course there are also a lot of tourists, but Trogir has a lot...More
The guide book we had consulted raved about Trogir, so we put it on our 'must do' list. Our first problem was finding a ferry that went from Split to Trogir. Ferries are also not as frequent in late May / Early June, if you...More
Preserved, quaint and tiny. I walked this, went up the tower. Appreciated the different facades, and admired the views. I think it took maybe 45min. Some of the alleys or street feels as though they have been forgotten in time. Very nice, but I would...More