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TrogirCroatia

Wander along the cobbled lanes of this UNESCO-listed walled city, home to a collection of impressive historical sights.

Trogir is a small walled city with a fascinating collection of historic buildings and monuments packed tightly into its old town. Inspect the historic core for evidence of its intriguing past and enjoy romantic strolls along the picturesque quay.

This small city more than 2,500 years old has been inhabited by the Greeks, Romans and Croats, as well as numerous other groups. Among the most influential occupiers were the Venetians who ruled for nearly four centuries from the early 1400s. They built numerous opulent palaces, towers, homes and fortresses. Enter through the old city walls to see the relics of Venetian rule, including depictions of the winged Lion of St. Mark, a symbol of the Republic of Venice.

Head to the city’s western edge to Kamerlengo Castle, a Venetian defense citadel once incorporated in the city walls. The twisting labyrinth of streets contains several other historic monuments including the Town Hall, the Grand Cipiko Palace and the Gate of Terra Firma. Don't miss the city's most famous attraction, the Cathedral of St. Lawrence. A centerpiece of the town, this Venetian church is characterized by its Romanesque portal. Inside, see an interesting collection of carvings, paintings and sculptures.

From October to May, visit the Convent of St. Nicholas. Founded in 1064, the convent is still home to a community of Benedictine monks. Enter to see the small collection of paintings and sacred objects, as well as a treasured 3rd-century Greek marble relief depicting Kairos, the god of opportunity.

Find several interesting and informative museums. Stop at the Pinacotheque to browse displays of scared art and manuscripts. Learn about Trogir's history at the Municipal Museum, housed in a stately former palace.

The nearest airport to Trogir is Split Airport, located just 3 miles (5 kilometers) away. Use bus services to get here from the airport or from the center of Split. Trogir is easy to navigate on foot. Cross the bridge to the island of Čiovo, which has several lovely beaches.

Top hotels in Trogir

Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
Hotel Brown Beach House & Spa
Hotel Brown Beach House & Spa
4 out of 5
Put Gradine 66, Trogir
The price is £85 per night

With direct access to the beach, this Trogir hotel is in the historical district and within a 15-minute walk of Church of St. Barbara, Vitturi Tower and Chapel ...

4.6/5Exceptional! (171 reviews)

"We stayed here in November- a very quiet season. Even with few guests breakfast was good. Staff was exceptional (Mia was wonderful) and hotel is lovely. My favorite stay in our 2 week Italy/Croatia trip."…"

Reviewed on 17 Nov 2019

Hotel Brown Beach House & Spa
Hotel Trogir Palace
Hotel Trogir Palace
4 out of 5
Put gradine 8, Trogir
The price is £123 per night

Located in the heart of Trogir, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Church of St. Barbara, Vitturi Tower, and Chapel of Ivan Orsini. Duke's Palace and ...

4.2/5Excellent! (123 reviews)

"Quiet hotel but handy to walk to old town. Staff very friendly and room clean"…"

Reviewed on 4 Sep 2019

Hotel Trogir Palace
Hotel Vila Tina
Hotel Vila Tina
3 out of 5
Cesta domovinske zahvalnosti 63, Trogir
The price is £82 per night

Offering direct access to the beach, this Trogir hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Church of St. Charles Borromeo, Trogir Marina and Cathedral of St. Lawrence. ...

4.4/5Excellent! (91 reviews)
Little gem

"Staff were more then helpful, I would recommend this hotel,.very clean,will return."…"

Reviewed on 25 Sep 2019

Hotel Vila Tina

Popular places to visit in Trogir

Cathedral of St. Lawrence
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Cathedral of St. Lawrence

4/5(4 reviews)

You can learn about the history of Trogir with a stop at Cathedral of St. Lawrence. Wander through the waterfront and beautiful beaches in this quaint area.

Trogir Main Square
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Trogir Main Square

5/5(1 review)

Learn about the local history of Trogir with a stop at Trogir Main Square. Wander through the waterfront and beautiful beaches in this quaint area.

Cipiko Palace
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Cipiko Palace

Find out about the history of Trogir when you spend time at Cipiko Palace. Wander through the waterfront and beautiful beaches in this quaint area.

Top things to do in Trogir

Mostar & Medjugorje Small Group Tour from Split or Trogir
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Mostar & Medjugorje Small Group Tour from Split or Trogir

£60
Per adult
Mostar Small Group Tour with Entrance to Kravica Waterfall
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Mostar Small Group Tour with Entrance to Kravica Waterfall

100% of travellers recommend
£63
Per adult
Dubrovnik Small Group Tour from Split or Trogir
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Dubrovnik Small Group Tour from Split or Trogir

96% of travellers recommend
£60
Per adult
Blue Cave and Hvar - 5 Islands Tour from Split and Trogir
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Blue Cave and Hvar - 5 Islands Tour from Split and Trogir

90% of travellers recommend
£98
Per adult
Trogir Small Group Walking Tour
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Trogir Small Group Walking Tour

£14
Per adult
NP Plitvice Lakes Small Group Tour from Split or Trogir
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NP Plitvice Lakes Small Group Tour from Split or Trogir

£57
Per adult

Reviews of Trogir

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Top Destination

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5/5 - Excellent

Verified traveller

6 Oct 2019

Easy bus journey to Split for day trip. Also used bus for return to airport.

5/5 - Excellent

Verified traveller

24 Sep 2019

Lovely scenic town with lots of bars and restaurants and entertainment on the riva some evenings. Parking is very expensive so it would have been nice if our accommodation was actually in Trogir not nearly 4k away.

5/5 - Excellent

Mrs

13 Sep 2019

Very lively in theming. Lots of food and drink. A bit expensive. Tourist prices

5/5 - Excellent

Verified traveller

24 Aug 2019

Lovely, pretty old town on an island. Not too big but plenty of little shops and restaurants. Busy in the summer. Lovely views from promenade side. Easy and cheap to get a ferry boat to Split (about 10 mins walk from hotel).

5/5 - Excellent

Verified traveller

3 Aug 2019

Lovely little city with lots to see and do.

5/5 - Excellent

Verified traveller

30 Jul 2019

Beautiful, historical and quaint.