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Trogir Historic Site

Trogir, Croatia
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“old town” (164 reviews)
“split airport” (19 reviews)
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Trogir, Croatia
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Reviewed 14 July 2016

Not a long visit, but a beautiful place full of history to visit in Croatia! It is a great alternative to visit when you are in Split and are searching for things to do as the city is less crowded and in many poeples opinion,...More

Thank polyman12
Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

This place is stunning with winding narrow streets, old churches and pretty views around every corner. I visited on a hot July day and was able to find shady spots with lots of quaint restaurants. This is a must see if you're in the area.

Thank Liz5004
Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

Excellent stay for a night or two if you like history. Nice stop for boats.The old city is a rare example of a well preserved medieval town. You can visit the chuch, the bell tower and the monastery, or simply walk among the amazing little...More

Thank Ginacovi
Reviewed 13 July 2016

Trogir offers a nice compact old town that is small enough to be explored within half a day. There are hourly ferry boats from and to Split and the boat ride already gets you into the mood of exploration. Then just walk around the old...More

Thank hiking-har
Reviewed 12 July 2016

Trogir is a really good size for exploring in your own time. Bit busy when it is changeover time for the cruise boats but still great to wander.

Thank fleur054
Reviewed 11 July 2016 via mobile

Really nice old town on the island . lots of restaurants and small shops, clean and frendly atmosfere

Thank Renata L
Reviewed 9 July 2016

you have feeling like time stopped in Trogir. Every building and street is thousand of years old... you have feeling like you are in Roman empire still. I loved it!

Thank tmelinda61
Reviewed 8 July 2016 via mobile

A relaxed cafe culture fills the beautiful streets and alleys. Layers of history to discover. Small plaques offer some information however a good information book is needed for a more in depth appreciation.

Thank Laura T
Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

What a lovely to place around and take in everything. Very much like Dubrovnik with the narrow streets full of bars and restaurants. So much going on.

Thank Doctorfancy
Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

It is a small village which you have to visit. It is world heritage site. All the small alleys and street are amazing to stroll by. You have to visit

Thank Antonino P
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bushbabe2013
I am doing a cruise along the Croatian Coast and having one day in each port. E.g. Split, Hvar, Hvar, Trogir, Dubvrovnik. I would really like to visit any art museums or galleries. Would appreciate some names if galleries are within walking distance of the town.
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RoniHertfordshire
I am looking at visiting Croatia around the end of September and would like to 'Island Hop' is Trogir a good place to do this from? Is it easy to catch ferries to visit different islands on different days or are they too far apart?
23 August 2016|
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Response from Mai S | Reviewed this property |
Hello Roni. Split is a good base point if you want to do some island hopping. We were there a month ago and rented a car to travel along the coast as well as taking ferries to/from Hvar and Korcula. You might consider... More
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Lyn E
We will be visiting split in May on a cruise & just trying to plan our day. I would like to do a 11/2 hr walking tour of split to start then I had read about a nice neighbourhood called Veli Varos & also walk up Marjan Hill. The alternative after our walking tour is to visit Trogir. Would you recommend visiting here- was it a lot different town to visit or similar & how easy were the transfers.( by bus or boat?) How long the trip & how frequent the buses/ boats Also how long do you think we need to spend here - I need to take all of this into consideration as we don't want to miss our ship setting sail at 5pm. Also any other recommendations in Split ? Thankyou for any advice
12 November 2015|
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Response from DianeVOC | Reviewed this property |
You will find Pero Ugarovich, who is the best tour guide we have ever had in Trip Advisor under the reviews section under: Reviews-Private_Guides_Split_Day_Tours-Split_Split_Dalmatia_County_Dalmatia.htm
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