Traveling to Trogir Croatia

We took a day trip about an hour north of Split to the famed city of Trogir. We left the confines of Dioclencian’s Palace for the local bus station. Catching the bus to Trogir is very easy, the schedules are in plain site and people are very helpful in providing directions. After a bit more than an hour of traveling through local roads we arrived at the gates of Trogir. It reminded me a bit of a land based Korcula. Church towers and tiled roofs appear behind heavy stone fortified walls. Like Dubrovnik, Split and Korcula, Trogir is a registered Unesco World Heritage Site. It’s claim by UNESCO to be “a remarkable example of urban continuity”.

The city is small which makes it very manageable on a day trip. The town features some great things to see such as St. Lawrence Cathedral, a wonderful waterfront with open air cafe’s, Kameriengo Fortress, Radovan’s Portal and excellent beaches.

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