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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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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Founded in the 3rd century, this little village has beauty, sparkling waters and history. In the year 1123 Trogir was conquered and completely demolished by the Saracens, but recovered to prosper in the 12 and 13 centuries. This beautiful old town is quiet small and...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago

we took a trip here on advice from a chap at the hotel and we were not at all disappointed! it is a nice old town, right on the shore with a castle and a few interesting little churches. the cobbled streets are reminiscent of...More

Thank Grant H
Reviewed 3 days ago

Very old, picturesque and heaving in the tourist season. You can walk round the whole place in 20 minutes. The area around the cathedral is very busy.

Thank Euan H
Reviewed 4 days ago

Quaint, ancient well trodden streets surrounded by water. Filled with alleys and back streets full of charm. good shopping and restaurants. Great atmosphere on the quayside when the boats are in

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A wonderful sea side town just outside Split. A must visit historical town. Worth a two hour visit. An amazing church and narrow alleyways. Stunning Venetian architecture. Grab a bite to eat in the square. Then move on to the harbour area and take a...More

Thank Edgewood48
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Trogir is a lovely place not too far away from Split and reachable by boat if you want starting early june.

Thank jean R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The old town is quite small and easily covered by an easy day's walking through narrow, traffic free streets. The cathedral and main square are a good starting point and there is a tourist office to the left of the main entrance to the town...More

Thank David H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We really enjoyed visiting Trogir, it is a beautiful little town. Great to walk around, get a coffee or ice cream and plenty of restaurants for a meal. I would say it was much nicer than Split old town.

Thank GraceF28
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a tourist trap, commercialized and expensive, but I'm willingly caught. This gem of an island is beautiful. While there other small medieval towns that's less commercialized, there's at least one good thing about it being commercialized... it is well maintained, without vandalism, and...More

Thank GinKaiSilver
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I just love these small towns with churches, few streets and venice style!!! Trogir is on the list. Lovely place to spend one evening, either if you go further by car or boat!

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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.
21 April 2017|
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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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