Historic city of Trogir, Croatia

Trogir

Trogir has earned the fame of the city-museum of Croatia. It stuns even those tourists who are not new to the amazing beauty of the world. Public buildings, temples, palaces and churches surrounded by streets make Trogir a heritage of the Adriatic coast. Since 1997 the old part of the city has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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General Information

Trogir is the epitome of Croatian coziness and hospitality. There are no noisy crowds of travelers and lively car traffic. People come to Trogir not only for its historical value but also for the tranquility, the landscape and the pleasant aroma of the olive grove.

Trogir owes its name to the Greek colonists. When they landed on the Balkan coast, the first thing they noticed were hills “dotted” with numerous herds of goats. The area seemed to be literally teeming with these animals, so it did not take long before they got a name for the new settlement. The ancient toponym “Tragurion” came from the Greek word tragos – “goat”.

The history of Trogir

The history of Trogir goes back to III century B.C. when the inhabitants of the island of Vis founded a new colony on the mainland. Its development began long before the era of ancient Rome. At that time the settlement turned into an important transport hub and port where merchant ships from different countries met. A fierce “rival” of the city remained neighboring Salona (now Split). During the Roman period, it occupied a pedestal, depriving Tragurion of its enormous importance. The wealth and prosperity of Salona did not go unnoticed: raids by enemy tribes destroyed the city to the ground. Its inhabitants were forced to migrate to Tragurion, which was in the shadow of its “neighbor”.

In time, the former colony of the islanders became one of the city-states of Dalmatia, the area in the northwestern part of the Balkan Peninsula. In the VII-VIII cc. Tragurion came under the dominion of the Croatian rulers and the Byzantine Empire. In the 11th century a diocese was founded and in 1107 the Hungarian-Croatian King Kalman I Kniznik granted the town partial autonomy. Tragurion began to prosper again – largely due to trade relations with the Italian peninsula.

In 1123 the Saracens almost completely destroyed the city in a raid. Tragurion was rebuilt in record time, and by the end of XII it had regained its former glory and wealth. More and more often representatives of the noble Shubich family were elected duke of the city. One of the distinguished rulers was the “Croatian shield” Mladen III.

In 1420. The Balkan Peninsula came under the rule of the Venetian Republic for almost four centuries. Tragurion, then known as Trau, became one of the great cities with a developed economy and a skilful Renaissance architectural appearance. After the fall of Venice at the end of the 18th century, the city became part of the Habsburg Empire, where it remained until 1918. In 1806-1814 Trogir was temporarily under the dominion of the Habsburg Empire. Trogir was temporarily under the French occupation of Napoleon Bonaparte.

After World War I Croatia became part of the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs, and later of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. In 1940, Trogir was annexed by Italy. Trogir was annexed by Italy, but 4 years later it was liberated by the efforts of Tito’s partisans. After that, the city became part of the second Yugoslavia, and since 1991 it returned under the wings of Croatia.

Weather and climate

Trogir’s Mediterranean climate is characterized by moderate temperature variations and abundant rainfall that occurs almost all year round.

Winter in Trogir

For tourists from northern countries Trogir winter seems surprisingly warm. The air temperature during the day ranges from +8-10 °C, while at night the air cools down to +4-6 °C. Cold time “pleases” with precipitations rather seldom: no more than 2-2.5 weeks.

Spring in Trogir

The temperature rises gradually, without sharp amplitudes which are characteristic of continental climate. In March, the air warms up to +14 °C, in April – up to +17 °C, and in May – up to +22 °C. At night, the temperature ranges from +8-14 ° C. Most precipitation in early spring. Beach recreation is possible only in May, but for “swimmers”: the water gets warm up to +18 °C.

Summer in Trogir

The most favorable time for summer holidays in Trogir is June. The mercury rises to +26-27 ° C during the day and after sunset it drops to +17-18 ° C. The water temperature reaches +22-23 ° C. Less suitable for excursions are July and August, when in Trogir there is a scorching heat (+30-32 ° C). Tourists feel comfortable only in the evening. The water gets up to 25 °C: a more than optimum temperature!

Autumn in Trogir

The velvet season is how you can characterize Trogir autumn. Even in October the temperature does not fall below 18-20 ° C, but the swimming in the coastal waters must be forgotten until next summer. November is the rainiest month: only in its share of about 8 days with heavy rainfall.

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Attractions of Trogir

For fascinating excursions, it’s worth going to the historical part of Trogir. It has absorbed the main sights of the city, located within walking distance of each other.

Museums

There are not many museums in Trogir (only two) but their interesting expositions more than compensate for this deficiency. For example, the City Museum is situated in several palaces erected in the 18th century. Its exhibits are mainly devoted to the history of unification of the two noble families – the Croats Fanfonja and the Venetians Garanjin. The collection of artefacts is complemented by Roman and Greek finds, items of clothing, old documents and books, illustrations, manuscripts, etc. In separate rooms are exhibits of artistic, cultural and political topics. There is a library in the central hall.

The City Museum is located at ul. Gradska vrata, 4. Opening hours vary depending on the season. From October to May the museum is open Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 14:00, in June and September from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 13:00 and from 17:00 to 20:00, in July and August – all week from 10:00 to 13:00 and from 18:00 to 21:00. Tickets cost 3 EUR, for groups of 10 people or more – 2 EUR. Visit temporary exhibitions free of charge.

Museum of church art has a small and unique collection of sacred objects. One of the most valuable is considered to be the crucifixion of Jesus Christ from the 14th century, which used to crown the triumphal arch on the island of Ciovo. In one of the rooms, silver and gold items for liturgies are on display. Complementing the exhibition are religious paintings, parchment manuscripts and documents about Trogir’s ecclesiastical past.

The museum is located in the main square of the city – John Paul II. Its doors are open from May to October, at other times tours are possible only by prior arrangement. Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 08:00 to 20:00, Sunday from 11:30 to 19:00. A visit to the Museum of Ecclesiastical Art costs 1 EUR.

Churches, cathedrals and basilicas

The first place to start a religious visit to Trogir is the church of St. Sebastian. It is easily recognized by the famous clock tower. The reason for building the church in the second half of the 15th century was to get rid of epidemic plague. The building now houses exhibits that tell the story of the victims of the 1991-1995 war.

The Church of St. Sebastian adorns John Paul II Square and is open to visitors around the clock. Admission is free. Don’t forget about the dress code: explicit clothing is not allowed.

Among Trogir’s cathedrals, the St. Lawrence Cathedral stands out. Since its construction took more than one century (XIII-XVI centuries), the facade of the building combines several architectural styles. The cathedral is notable for its 47-meter-high bell tower and its Romanesque portal. The latter is decorated with biblical scenes and images of episodes of Trogir history. On either side of the main entrance are sculptures of lions that serve as footstools for statues of the first people – Adam and Eve. In the building there is a sarcophagus where Blessed John of Trogir is buried.

The cathedral rises where its “predecessor” did: on the main square. Entrance is free from 09:00 to 20:00. To visit the clock tower one has to pay 0,6 EUR. You can get there from 09:00 to 12:00 and from 16:00 to 19:00.

During a walk around Trogir you can not ignore the Benedictine monastery of St. Nicholas. Now it has lost its religious significance and “shelter” under its roof a collection of art objects. Its crowning glory is the statue of Our Lady with the Child, a Gothic crucifix and a bas-relief depicting Kairos – the Greek god of happy moments.

The monastery of St. Nicholas is located at Obala Bana Berislavića, 10. It can be visited from June to September from 10:00 to 13:00 and from 16:15 to 17:45, at other times – by appointment. Entrance to the monastery of St. Nicholas costs about 1 EUR.

No less interesting for tourists are the churches of Our Lady of Carmel, St. Peter, All Saints, the church of St. John the Baptist and the Dominican monastery. The premises of the latter are almost always closed, so you will have to rely only on the Gothic facade of the monastery.

Palaces

In the historical part of Trogir there was a place for the palaces of Cipico, the Big and Small. Before they were connected by antique passageway which did not remain up to now. The largest part of the palace was erected in 1476 when the representative of the noble family Coriolanus Cipiko was victorious in a sea battle. The facade retains the famous reliefs of Ivan Dukhovich and bas-relief decorations above the windows – images of humanists and poets. In the courtyard Chipico preserved staircase with an ancient gallery. They give an idea of the layout of the palaces of the time.

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Cipico is located on Radovan Square. It is open to the public 24 hours a day, and entrance does not require a fee. Isn’t it a good reason to visit the main palace of Trogir?

Fortresses

The embankment of the island part of the city is decorated with the Camerlengo fortress. Before the beginning of the 15th century, the Tower of Chains stood in its place. It was built after 1420 in honor of the unification of Trogir with the Republic of Venice. The northern and eastern facades of Kamerlengo were fortified by an embankment and the fortress was surrounded by a moat. Today, nothing remains of its military past: Kamerlengo serves as an open-air museum. The coats of arms of influential Trogir families can still be seen on its walls.

Kamerlengo can be found at: Obala Bana Berislavića. Entrance to the territory of the fortress is free. Do not miss the chance to climb the tower of Kamerlengo and admire the picturesque sea panorama! For a true medieval atmosphere you should go down to the fortress courtyard.

Public Buildings

The construction of the Trogir Town Hall was in the 15th century, but it received its final architectural shape only 4 centuries later. Nowadays the facade is decorated with balustrades, open arches and stone carved coats of arms. Tourists can visit the town hall courtyard (but there is little left of its original appearance) and have a coffee at a nearby restaurant.

Trogir’s town hall stands on John Paul II Square. The tower of St. Sebastian church serves as a landmark, so you won’t get lost in the narrow streets of the city. The town hall is not far from the shrine.

On this square you can also see another remarkable building, the City Loggia. It was built in the 14th century as a place for public meetings, court hearings, etc. The space above the main entrance was decorated with sculptures, reliefs and inscriptions in Latin. The southern part of the facade was painted with the image of Peter Berislavic – a fighter against the Turks, an opponent of the Venetian regime, and a hero of Trogir folk songs. The city loggia also “keeps” the masterpieces of Nicholas of Florence.

Squares

The main square of Trogir is named after St. John Paul II. On its territory the key sights of the city are situated. Among the locals the square is known by the unofficial name “Piazza”. What’s funny: no matter how you walk through the old town, all the roads will certainly lead you here. St. John Paul II Square is a favorite destination for locals and tourists alike. You can not only enjoy the architecture of Trogir here, but also taste traditional Croatian cuisine in one of the nearby establishments.

Gates

The excursion to the historical area of Trogin begins with the North City Gate. They are located near the bridge which connects the mainland and the island parts of Trogir. The Northern Gate is topped by a sculpture of St. John Ursini, the patron saint of the city. Just below, above the arch, stands out a relief depicting the lion of St. Mark – the symbol of the Venetian Republic. After passing through the gate, tourists get to John Paul II Square – the center of Trogir’s significant architectural monuments.

The southern city gate opens onto the embankment from the side of the island of Ciovo. Previously, they were part of the wall that was destroyed by Napoleon Bonaparte’s army. Thus the soldiers sought to make way for the sea wind and rid the city of a malaria epidemic. Through the South Gate was the route by which foreign goods came from the port to Trogir. Ancient doors with Renaissance decorations and columns on the sides have survived. Research of historians suggest that in ancient times the South Gate was painted brown and bluish-gray.

Beaches and neighborhoods

Trogir is a suitable place for a pleasant vacation on the beaches. However, it is not possible to find them within the city, so you have to go to the green resort area of Trogir – Ciovo Island. Local beaches are equipped with all kinds of water attractions and areas for sports activities. Among the main resorts of the island are Mavarštica, Okrug Gornji, Mastrinka, Arbanija, Slatine and Okrug Donji.

About living in areas of Trogir

The territory of the city combines the mainland and the island part. The latter is separated from the coast by a strait 20 meters wide. On a small island stretches historical district of Trogir. The city is partly touched by the island of Ciovo, where in addition to this there are Croatian villages and resorts. The historical center is the most popular among tourists. In second place is nearby area Donji Seget.

Prices for vacations

A trip to Trogir is quite budget-friendly. The price for a hotel accommodation starts from 35 EUR per night, while the price for an apartment starts from 20 EUR and up. Three-star hotels offer rates ranging from 100 to 130 EUR, depending on the infrastructure. Elite accommodation costs at least EUR 160 per day. There are also more expensive offers: 260-270 EUR. For a dinner at a local restaurant you’ll pay about 6-8 EUR. If you want to have a romantic dinner be ready to pay about 25 EUR for dinner with your partner.

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If you travel by one of the local routes (Trogir-Arbanja-Slatin or Trogir-Split), be ready to pay for the ticket about 1-2,5 EUR. An intercity bus ride is a bit more expensive: from 2 to 4 EUR. Boat trip around Trogir water area costs about 2 EUR. Popular service for renting a bicycle:

  • up to 6 hours – 11 EUR;
  • Up to 24 hours – 16 EUR
  • For 3 days – 34 EUR;
  • For 7 days – 70 EUR.

Ordering a cab to visit neighboring towns will cost 25-30 EUR, a trip “on the spot” – 2-3 times cheaper.

Trogir cuisine

Culinary masterpieces of Trogir are partly borrowed from Italian culture. The original dishes are rather simple in performance and belong to the classic Mediterranean cuisine. The menus of restaurants and cafes are dominated by seafood in all kinds of variations. As a first course, they serve light soups with noodles, rice or dumplings. They are based on chicken or beef broth. Maneshtra or chorba are more calorie-dense variants: you don’t want to continue eating them afterwards! It is hard to imagine a traditional menu in Trogir without ukha (fish soup).

Apart from seafood, the main course is prsut – smoked and dried pork ham at the same time. It is served with onions, olives and paget cheese. No less favorite delicacy of the inhabitants of Trogir is the meat of young lamb, which is accompanied by a glass of sour sheep milk. Visiting gourmets don’t mind tasting beef stewed in wine, the more so because each restaurant cooks it in its own way!

Trogir desserts are a dream for the tourists who cannot imagine their life without sweets, but at the same time take care of their figure. These desserts are made without using greasy cream. Mostly they use fruit and nuts. The most famous dessert of Trogir is Midžmurska gibanica (puff pastry with poppy seeds, apples, cottage cheese and nuts). It is closely followed by its “rival” – the so-called Slave Cake, whose recipe is still kept in the strictest secret.

Trogir, like the rest of Croatia, is famous for its own red and white wines. The national drinks are no less tangy in taste: travarica and plumovica. They are often served as aperitifs.

Transportation

The first thing tourists notice is the almost total absence of public transportation. The most important area of Trogir, the historical center, can be crossed on foot in less than 10 minutes. The rest is helped by rented bicycles or cars, sometimes there are cabs. Locals are content with compact scooters, which deftly maneuver in traffic jams on the bridge or narrow street of Trogir.

Ferries and boats (“botlins”) run along the coast of the city and around the islands. For travel to the nearest settlements there are intercity buses.

How to get there

The nearest city to Trogir with an international airport is Split. The following airlines fly in this direction:

  • Austrian Airlines – 250 EUR (economy) and 490 EUR (business);
  • Lufthansa – 290 EUR (economy) and 540 EUR (business);
  • Finnair – 320 EUR (economy) and 900 EUR (business);
  • AirBaltic – 400 EUR (economy) and 1500 EUR (business).

In the direction of Split-Trogir, there is an intercity bus No. 37. It departs every 20-30 min from the suburban station. Buses from other directions often pass through Trogir: Split-Zadar and Split-Sibenik. Before buying a ticket, it is worth checking this: sometimes the transport bypasses the settlement.

During the period from May to September in the direction of Split there are often motor boats. After disembarking at the pier of the city, tourists can catch a shuttle bus to Trogir.

Trogir – “stone beauty” of Croatia

Trogir (Croatia) is two dozen kilometers from Split in the north. It is rightfully called the city-museum. The historical part of Trogir is located on an island away from the mainland and for beach vacation tourists go to the island of Ciovo. Palaces, temples, fortifications and intricate network of narrow streets set Trogir apart from other cities in Croatia.

City of Trogir

General Information

Trogir is a small Croatian resort which is cosier and less crowded than neighboring Split. The historical center is on the list of sites protected by UNESCO. Undoubtedly, Trogir in Croatia is worthy to be here. If you have vacationed before in other Croatian settlements, Trogir will by no means disappoint or even surprise you.

Historic Center of Trogir

The city was founded by the Greeks in the 3rd century BC and here has remained everything that could interest a tourist – palaces, temples, fortresses and museums. The local population lives mainly on the mainland and on the island of Ciovo, to get there, just cross the bridge from the old part of Trogir.

It is important! The best beaches are concentrated on the island of Ciovo, many tourists prefer to rent accommodation there, and come to the old part for excursions and sightseeing.

Trogir is a charming, small town with white walls of houses and red roofs. To see it and feel the spirit of Dalmatia, it is enough to climb one of the observation decks.

Good to know! It is best to walk early in the morning or late in the evening. At this time, the city streets are empty, which gives Trogir a special charm. During the daytime, you can use the services of a guide who will not only show you the most interesting sights but also tell you many curious things.

The waterfront of Trogir

Walking through the streets of Trogir, you plunge into the history of the Middle Ages. Despite the fact that the sightseeing takes no more than 3 hours, emotions will last for a long time. In addition to historical and architectural attractions, there are many souvenir shops, cafes and restaurants.

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If you do not live in Trogir, visit the resort by sea streetcar. A trip on the Adriatic Sea will bring a lot of pleasant emotions, the trip is full of picturesque landscapes of Croatia.

Useful information! The trip from Split by sea takes only 1 hour and 10 minutes, the round trip ticket price is about 70 kuna.

Externally, Trogir resembles the castle of Emperor Diocletian in Split – it is a scaled-down copy of it. Be sure to visit the Camerlengo Fortress, built in the 15th century, from its observation deck you can enjoy amazing views of the entire city.

View of Trogir city

Photo: Trogir (Croatia).

Attractions of Trogir

All the main attractions of Trogir in Croatia are concentrated in the ancient part of the city, this is where travelers from all over the world come.

The church is located on the John Paul II square and dominates the city. Previously the site of the cathedral was a church that was destroyed in the 12th century. Later, in 1193, construction of a new temple was begun and completed several decades later.

St. Lawrence Cathedral

The modern version of the temple is a construction with three aisles in the Romanesque style; the architectural ensemble is complemented by a bell tower in the Gothic style.

The Romanesque portal, built in the middle of the 13th century, is a distinctive feature of the cathedral. It is the most valuable example of art by local craftsmen.

The portal of St. Lawrence Cathedral

The portal is decorated with scenes on biblical themes, there are images of plants and animals. The artists also came up with symbolic images for each month of the year, for example, December is a hunter fighting a wild boar, and February is a girl with a fish. On both sides of the portal are sculptures of Adam and Eve, they were depicted on the backs of predators – a lion and a lioness.

Interior decoration of the temple

The chapel also deserves close attention, it was built in the period from 1468 to 1472. Inside, there are 12 sculptures of the apostles and a sarcophagus with the remains of St. John, the first bishop of Trogir in Croatia.

The interior design of the temple is quite simple – the pulpit, built in the 13th century, is made of stone and covered with statues. The seats are wooden and the altar is decorated with paintings.

The Bell Tower

Undoubtedly the main decoration of the temple is the 47-meter-high bell tower, which was rebuilt twice – in the 15th and 16th centuries. The window apertures are decorated with carvings. After climbing the bell tower, tourists find themselves on the observation deck from which there is an amazing view of the entire Trogir.

  • From November to April – from 8-00 to 12-00;
  • from April to May – from 8-00 to 18-00 on weekdays and from 12-00 to 18-00 at weekends;
  • June through July – 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays and 12 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends;
  • July through September – 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays and 12 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekends.

If you do not visit this Trogir sight, the trip will be incomplete. From the observation deck of the bell tower you have amazing views of the white walls and tile roofs. You can also see the azure sea and the island of Ciovo.

View from the Bell Tower

The bell tower is located opposite the church of St. Lawrence. From the outside the landmark looks very picturesque, tourists are attracted by the Italian architecture that dominates this part of Croatia. The blue dial on the white walls is the symbol of Trogir. The tower dominates the city in Croatia, so it is built here one of the best viewing platforms, where you can see not only the resort, but also the sea, green hills and mountains in the distance.

Useful things to know! The stairs that lead to the observation deck are very steep, it is quite difficult to climb. In addition, the steps are narrow, in some places even two people are difficult to pass, but the view from the top is worth the effort.

In the city there are several fortifications, each is a real open-air museum, but the main attraction of Trogir is considered to be the construction of Kamerlengo. Enemy troops from Venice repeatedly tried to seize the city and when they succeeded, they built a fortress that became the greatest defense structure in Europe. The fortress was able to withstand the longest siege, thanks to which the Italians were able to stay in Trogir for a long time.

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Fortress of Camerlengo

An interesting fact! To enter the territory of the fortress you can only use the bridge across the moat.

Courtyard

The attraction has quite a unique atmosphere which you can feel walking around the courtyard and looking at ancient coats of arms of Venetian noble families. In the castle is often filmed scenes of historical movies, and in the warmer months there are festivals and various cultural events.

You can visit the fortress every day from 9:00 to 19:00, in summer the walls of the structure are open until late at night.

Beaches

In addition to sightseeing, guests of Trogir have the opportunity to relax on the beaches of the city of Croatia and its surroundings. Consider the places where this can be done.

The beach is located within Trogir between the Old Town and the New Bridge Ciovo. It is about 100 meters long and is covered with very fine light pebbles, while some sections have large stones when entering the water. The beach is suitable for children, as there are no big waves and the sea is smooth, the water is clean. In general, the place is unremarkable, but if your goal is just to freshen up in the sea, this beach in Trogir can satisfy this request. A “thing” here is the swings in the water, where you can take beautiful pictures.

Trogir city beach, Croatia

There is a paid parking lot next to the beach, but you can park for free near the church. On Gradska Plaža itself there are 2 reasonably priced cafe bars where you can eat and drink.

Located 3 km from Trogir. The Copacabana beach which is 2 km long is considered to be the best on the territory of Trogir Riviera. With its carefree and fun atmosphere it resembles Brazilian beaches. There are excellent conditions for relaxation, it is possible to rent the necessary equipment for water sports.

Kava beach

At the east end of the island is Kava beach. It is deserted, the water is clear and clean, and the beach is covered in pine trees. The resort is 12km away and can be reached by car or bicycle.

A beautiful place for recreation is the bay Krknjasi. It is a special place in Croatia, where it was possible to preserve the untouched nature – a true tropical paradise. The bay is rightly included in the list of the most beautiful places in the Adriatic Sea.

Medena Beach, Ciova Island

Medena Beach

Not far from Seget there is a 3 km long Medena beach with pine trees on the shore and a perfect environment for families with children. In the evening you can walk along the promenade, have a bite to eat in a restaurant or bar. There is a ferry from Trogir to the beach.

In the southern part of Ciova in a small cove Mavarstica there is a beach with white sand – White Beach, which is famous for its crystal clear water.

Pantan beach

A few kilometers from the center of Trogir in the direction of Split is Pantan beach. Pleasant shade is created by the pine trees on the shore, and you can eat in a cafe or restaurant. The sea here is shallow and warm, the beach is covered with fine pebbles. In this place, the river flows into the sea, and the water is not perfectly clear, rather it is even muddy.

It is more convenient to get there by car or bike, but you can also walk. Keep in mind that there are no facilities on this beach.

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How to get there

Bus #37 from Split

The main bus station is located on the mainland of Trogir, near the bridge that connects it to the old part of the resort. There are buses #37 from Split to the island in 20-30 minutes.

There is also an intercity bus service between Trogir and the largest cities in Croatia – Zadar, Zagreb, Dubrovnik. The schedule can be found at the station. As a rule, transport leaves every 30 minutes. Tickets can also be purchased here.

Trogir is located near the international airport, only 25 km. The road by car takes about 20 minutes.

Everyone who finds himself in a small and cozy town of Trogir (Croatia), falls in love with him forever. Holidays in Croatia, do not miss the chance to visit this amazing resort.

Video: view of Trogir from the air, sights of the city.

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