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Trogir Historic Site, Trogir

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 1,700+ reviews on the web
See the results of 2,300 years of continuous urban planning at Trogir Historic Site. Founded by the Greeks as a trading settlement in the 3rd century BCE, the site was named Tragurion--the island of goats. Explore the diverse cultural legacy of this World Heritage Site. See the medieval center surrounded by walls and a preserved castle with a tower. Walk past the houses and palaces from the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque periods. Linger at the main portal of the church of St. Lawrence, Trogir's grandest building created by 13th-century Croatian architect and sculptor Master Radovan. To visit Trogir Historic Site and other attractions in Trogir, use our Trogir vacation builder.
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  • It is a small island connected to the sea by a pair of bridges, there is a large parking just before one of the bridges. Beautiful architecture, with beautiful corners, streets, buildings and squares, is worth losing for its network. If I had that choice would be with sibenik, but this town is also very much worth, is small with what either will take you much time.
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  • A magical place to walk amongst the cobble Stone alleys and experience Croatian culture. From the fort to the marina and the beautiful churches....a wonderful find. Well worth the 20 minutes drive fro...  read more »
  • Trogir is a really nice town with many small winding streets. A little time travel it's going through the streets and discovered beautiful old building. On the promenade you can sit well and drink food or coffee fairy, in the streets, many shops can be found. On the market traders sell their goods every day. A visit to the city is worth even if it is not huge.
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