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The charming small town of Trogir is a medieval gem of Croatia. While you stay in Trogir, you're sure to stumble across that special feeling of getting lost in time--medieval architecture rules this town and you won't be able to help getting swept up in the grandiose structures that surround you.

Trogir Historic Site

Trogir Historic Site

Catch a glimpse of a well-preserved medieval town when you visit historic Trogir. Restaurants and shops are framed in original architecture, and will give you a sense that you're stepping back in time.

Central Square in Trogir

Central Square in Trogir

Enjoy ducking into a cafe for a coffee on a narrow street before you make your way to the Central Square in Trogir. You'll find yourself surrounded with the small town bustle of Trogir as you enjoy a meal or simply people watch.

Cathedral of St. Lovro

Cathedral of St. Lovro

Built in a Roman Catholic style, the Cathedral of Saint Lovro is said to be one of the most imposing buildings in Trogir. Visit the cathedral and admire the triple-naved construction.

Kamerlengo Fortress

Kamerlengo Fortress

During the summer months, the Karmerlengo Fortress comes to life and hosts concerts and a variety of performances. Check out the castle grounds before or after a show--the grounds are impressive.

Town Hall

Town Hall

On a stroll through the historic old town, take a second to enjoy the famous clock built into the Town Hall of Trogir.

Convent of St. Nicholas

Convent of St. Nicholas

This Benedictine Convent hosts a variety of ancient relics for your eyes to feast upon. The highlight is certainly a relief of Kairos, the Greek god of opportunity. To learn more on your visit, consider hiring a local tour guide.

Grand Cipiko Palace

Grand Cipiko Palace

Don't miss the Grand Cipiko Palace as you meander through historic Trogir. The palace architecture lends more medieval spirit to this Croatian town.

Planning Your Trogir Visit

What to eat in Trogir?

The gastronomy of Trogir is a delight. Start the day with a coffee or kava and a Croatian pastry. For lunch, visit the fish market, and see what you catch. End the day with a Croatian beer in the Central Square of Trogir.

How to Get Around Trogir?

Trogir is lovely on foot, especially if you're wandering through the historic district. There are also local buses, should you prefer to take public transport in Trogir. If you're planning a day trip, look into the trains, buses, and ferries in the area.

Good to know

  • Language
    Croatian
  • Currency
    Croatian Kuna (kn)
  • Time Zone
    UTC (+02:00)
  • Country Code
    +385
  • Best time to visit
    Year-round, the temperature in Trogir doesn't dip much further than 60 degrees. In fact, the sun shines on this city nearly 3,000 hours annually. Summertime is peak tourist season, although for good reason. Visit Trogir in the summer months to enjoy the warmest weather and the most local activity.

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Pretty Incredible day exploring some amazing sites

We always consider ourselves extremely lucky to come across a guide that knows his stuff and is more than happy to share his secrets. We found that guide and that trip with Robert on this 3 island tour. Robert was hilariously funny and really appealed to our sense of humor. He is an incredibly experienced boat man and seemed to maneuver the boat in such a way that minimized the jarring when conditions are rough. We loved the sites that we visited and felt that the trip was made for us to enjoy, not just the guide to go through the motions. Lunch was nothing short of fantasist, with the freshest of seafood at a great restaurant by the clear blue waters. We could not recommend this trip highly enough.

Great fun and memories, do not miss this opportunity!!

Woke up to a text to arrive at meeting point at 7:30am which was earlier than expected but Josip and Josipa were really kind and waited for us to arrive. The waves can be a little choppy so be prepared to get wet, very wet. However, Josip made the ride very fun and we felt very safe. Josipa was able to recommend us food on every island which was much appreciated as swimming and sightseeing can leave you pretty hungry. All the sites on this tour were beautiful and we were given time to explore them ourselves so it may be useful to have a quick Google about them beforehand. The tour was fun and 11 hours went by in a flash. Thank you Josip and Josipa!!

Limiting the visitors was the right decision

I was in Plitvice in Aug 2016 and could not enter : too many people, traffic Jam, queue for tickets : I abandoned really disappointed. This time : no queue , all smooth : great , except the bus inside did not have air conditioning. You should do this in all of your country !!! Your country became a mass destination and the quality is declining rapidly because your infrastructure (airport, transportation , hotels and general capacity) is not able to absorb this mass of people. What you did for Plitvice should be done anywhere else in your so nice country.

Plitvice Lakes Day Tour from Split or Trogir Reviewed by Didier, 07/07/2019

Beautiful lakes! Great guide and organization!

I highly recommend this activity. The lakes are a wonder of nature, but go prepared for a colder weather there. Although it rained a lot, and the tour has a high price, I do not regret going. The guide Igor was spectacular, very funny and knowledgeable of the areas. I also hope that you are fortunate to be accompanied by the driver Tiho, who besides being funny, is a extreme nice person. I definitely felt the Croatian sympathy that welcomes us very well. Thank you so much for the experience.

Plitvice Lakes Day Tour from Split or Trogir Reviewed by JOANA, 14/05/2019

Excellent way of seeing the lakes and getting from Zagreb to Split

A long day out (12+ hours). The Plitvice Lakes were fabulous albeit rather crowded. We stopped at a service station and a village on the way to the lakes and then felt a bit rushed at the lakes and very rushed when we transferred buses for the final journey to Split so would rather have skipped one of those stops. Our guide, Marinko was very good, particularly handling a largish group (27) of people of very mixed abilities.