Availability: Whole year
Highlights: Experience the magic of Trogir on an hour and a half long walking tour and see unique buildings of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. This relaxed walking tour will allow you to explore all the historic landmarks of the medieval city, situated on a small island between the Croatian mainland and the island of Čiovo. Considered by many to be an open-air museum, Trogir will delight art lovers with its original architecture and atmospheric streets. You will wander down narrow alleys to see up close Trogir’s complex heritage, from Romanesque and Renaissance courtyards to modern interiors.
Min Age: +3
Max People: 15
Suitable for families, young and seniors
Departure & Return
Departure Place: Trogir North Town Gate or agreed pick-up point
Departure Time: upon agreement
Return Details: after 1,5h return to the original departure point
What To Expect
Start your tour by meeting your guide on North Town Gate, the entrance to the town on the top of which is a statue of St. John, protector of Trogir. Continue to main street and see the most important reason why Trogir is under UNESCO protection – the grand Church of St. Lawrence (Sv. Lovre), a masterpiece by the Dalmatian architect Radovan. Almost no information exists about the career of this enigmatic artist, except his monumental portal of Trogir’s cathedral.
Trogir art collections have for centuries sparked excitement among travelers, offering the beauty embedded in the relief of Kairos, the god of a fortunate moment (Museum in St. Nicholas Church).
Walk along Trogir’s beautiful narrow streets and let your guide take you into the past with the stories and legends of Trogir as you pass some stone houses, churches, palaces, monasteries, and city walls. Discover Greek, Roman, and Venetian history on a small island, making Trogir one of the most interesting historic oasis on the Adriatic coast.
Continue your tour as you visit the Cipico Palace with its unique and noteworthy features, once home to one of Trogir’s most prominent families. Move on to the Tower of Kamerlengo, the former Venetian governor’s palace. Marvel at masterpieces of local sculptors, the history of this town, remains of the city walls, many palaces, forts and their stories on this tour through a charming little town in the middle of the Mediterranean, in the heart of Dalmatia.