Trogir is a maze of pretty pedestrianised streets surrounded by water. There are lots of places to stop for food and drinks. However, I was appalled to see raw sewage being pumped into the sea! Unbelievable!
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Spotlessly clean, beautiful architecture and gorgeous waterfront. Yet another stunning place in Croatia. There is little more to say here, definitely worth the short trip from Split for a few hours.
We had heard so much about Trogir from various friends, but it has made us realise that reviews are so subjective that the only way to find out if it's worth going is just to go there. Trogir is so very clean and neat. We...More
Though I didn't tour the actual Fortress, the town of Trogir is historic in itself & worth at least a day's visit. Near the Split airport, & easily accessible by bus, this little island town was one of the most charming places. Lots of history...More
We visited here on the basis of our guide book in the knowledge that it was now a UNESCO World Heritage site. And it was well worth the 30 min drive from Split. Lovely old town full of Venetian architecture, now buzzing with shops, bars...More
Great little town. Get's busy early, so if your driving ,arrive early.Find a cafe / restaurant on the waters edge to people watch.lots of narrow lanes with plenty of shops,places to eat/ drink.Market by the bridge selling the usual tourist nic nacs,but a great place...More