We were here yesterday it looks like its close. The mass is on going and it said to buy tickets to the tower but most of the shop in trogir is closed. And no one is climbing to tower so we decided to leave
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The stairs to the bell tower are not too narrow and although you have iron balustrades to hold on to, the stairs are not enclosed. The views of the town from the top are worth the climb.
There is only one way to the top. During peak times, this spells waiting/chaos, as there is not enough room for more than one person at the time in the stairs. As such, you may have to backtrack to let others pass you. But if...More
Climbing up the tower costs money and is work, but not all that difficult. Once on top the climber is rewarded with a magnificent view over Trogir and surrounds, especially to the areas across the water.
VERY STEEP and high my legs went to jelly climbing this not good if you don't like heights and the first forty steps is really a one way system not good if you are claustrophobic either but it is worth the views!
The stairs are a little cramped and don't really allow room for two people to pass which is almost essential considering there is only one entrance/exit. Apart from that, it's worth visiting to see the view across the old town and from above the square.
99% of the reviews and photos on this location are incorrect and posted to the wrong site. An easy mistake once someone put up the first wrong photo. St Michael's bell tower is a small tower on the other side of the island near the...More