- St. Lawrence Cathedral – most imposing monument in the city of Trogir and one of the finest architectural achievements in Croatia;
- The Romanesque portal created by the local artist Radovan. It is considered as the cathedral’s finest piece of architectural work
- Kamerlengo Fortress – once the Venetian governor’s palace nowadays used as a location for performances during the summer months
- The Cipiko Palace – complex of several buildings, built by Koriolan Ćipiko who won a large sea battle in 1476.
Trogir was originally a Greek colony but the main core of the town was developed between the 13th and the 15th century, surrounded by city walls. The historical center of Trogir is a unique monument of culture and is included on UNESCO’s World Heritage.
Our one and a half hour journey into the history begins at the shore in front of the Portal travel agency. Walk along Trogir`s beautiful narrow streets and let the guide take you into the past times by retelling the stories and legends of Trogir as you pass stone houses, churches, palaces, monasteries, and city walls. Greek, Roman, Venetian history on a small island, make Trogir one of the most interesting historic oasis on the Adriatic. You will stop at the main attraction of Trogir, St. Lawrence Cathedral. Take time to enjoy the beauty of majestic portal of Radovan, the most significant medieval portal in this part of Europe.
We continue our tour visiting the Cipico Palace with its unique and noteworthy features, which was home to one of the Trogir’s most prominent families. Afterwards we will come to Tower of Kamerlengo, which was the Venetian governor’s palace.
Masterpieces of local sculptors and many others who came here to participate in creating the history of this town, remains of city walls, many palaces, forts and their stories are just some of the things that will impress you on this tour through the beautiful streets of this charming little town in the heart of the Mediterranean, in the heart of Dalmatia.
Price per person: 13 €
Price includes: walking tour of Split old town, official English speaking tour guide, all taxes and VAT.
Exclusions: Entrance fees, Gratuities (optional)
How to get from Split to Trogir?
If you want to come to Trogir we can organize a taxi service from your hotel or you can take direct bus from Split main bus station which is going regularly and takes about 40 min. Even more convenient is a boat ride with the local company Bura Line which is going regularly every day in the season starting from Split promenade.