What to see in Trogir
Trogir is a historical town in Croatia, in the region of Dalmatia, which belongs to the Split-Dalmatian county. It was founded by the ancient Greek colonists of the island of Vis in the 3rd century BC. This city of Roman-Gothic style, is considered the best preserved in central Europe. Castles, towers, temples, palaces and strange buildings surrounded by walls make up the historical center of Trogir, which since 1997 has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city has especially distinctive features from other Croatian cities.
How to get to Trogir
The city is located only 7 km from the airport of Split. It is easy to get to Trogir by intercity bus or taxi.
Port of Trogir
Beaches in this city are completely absent, but there are 3 marinas that accepts various yachts, ships, catamarans and other sea vehicles. To soak up the Adriatic Sea, you can rent a snow-white beauty-yacht and sail to any island. From the port regularly, with an hourly interval, depart ships, designed for 20-25 passengers, which deliver tourists to the islands.
Sights of Trogir
The most significant places are the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, which is the highest point of the city and the western gate of the Dalmatian sculptor and architect, Master Radovan. Trogir is located near the shore of the Kastelanskiy Gulf of the Adriatic Sea between the two islands of Ciovo and the Mainland. With them the city is connected by a stone bridge. The city captures tourists with various cultural and historical architectural monuments, narrow streets and a collection of works of art, among which there are many masterpieces. The famous stone carving made on museums and churches will not leave anyone indifferent. The main advantage of the city is the cathedral of the XIII-XIV centuries introduced by the “United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture” in the list of world cultural monuments. The largest building of the city is the cathedral of Saint Lovro. Kamerlengo-walls of the fortress of the XIV century are at the end of Trogir.