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Point of Interest
“Small, fortified 15th-century castle offering picturesque city & harbour views.”
25yerel tavsiyeler
History Museum
“The entire city is a living museum, but the Town Museum will show you hidden secrets of Trogir, dating from bronze age.”
7yerel tavsiyeler
Kilise
“If you're visiting Trogir, Cathedral of St. Lovre is a must place to go sight seeing!”
31yerel tavsiyeler
Bar
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“Explore beautiful Trogir! You can buy a city bus ticket to Trogir at the Sukoišan bus station, which is 100m from the studio. Bus ticket price range: $ Travel time: 30 minutes”
218yerel tavsiyeler
Restoran
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“The first real Trogir fine dining restaurant is located in the heart of the historic center of Trogir. The trademark of the restaurant is the creative cuisine of chef Ivan Pažanin, with authoritative revisions of traditional Dalmatian gastronomy interspersed with Mediterranean influences.Don Dino has a picturesque terrace, a solid selection of Croatian wines from all regions, and a large selection of desserts stored in pastry shops and restaurants.”
16yerel tavsiyeler
Pizzacı
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“The best pizza in Trogir. They also offer other dishes like pasta and salads.”
15yerel tavsiyeler
Akdeniz Restoranı
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“Traditional tasteful food in the center of Trogir, cozy atmosphere and friendly and welcoming hosts. ”
15yerel tavsiyeler
General Travel
“Anna and the team at Kairos are our go-to travel agency for all excursions from Trogir, as well as car rental, bicycle rental, taxis, etc. You'll be in good hands.”
1yerel tavsiyeler
Bus Station
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Bar
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“It's placed on Trogir's promenade, it's great for young people wanting to party.”
1yerel tavsiyeler
Establishment
“Kamerlengo Castle is magnificent structure is the work of the master Marin Radoje (14th – 15th century), and it was built as a continuation of the so- called fortress of chains. It got its name from the word ‘kamerlengo’ (camerarius), clerk – cashier, who was responsible for all financial jobs by arrangement with the duke. Today, it is an irreplaceable summer stage. St. Mark’s tower was built during the 15th century to protect the town. It is located on the north-west side of the island as an extent of the Kamerlengo fortress. Between the fortress and tower there is a Marmont's gloriet. The Glorijet was built during the French rule, more precisely in 1809 in honour of the French marshal Marmont. The Glorijet is one of the few monuments from the time of the short-term French government of Dalmatia. ”
6yerel tavsiyeler
Kilise
“Just something You have to visit if You are Trogir. Amazing view and stunning architecture.”
6yerel tavsiyeler
Restoran
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“Vanjaka is a contemporary home to a traditional dalmatian cousine and wine. Freshness, local origin and optimal nutritional value are the strict criteria by which we choose groceries to make the meals from our menu. Meals made by recipes with a hundred year tradition in the Vanjaka restaurant can please the gourmand taste of a modern guest, and the wine card offers a variety of Croatian wines.”
2yerel tavsiyeler
Gece Kulübü
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“Usually the only place where you can go out dancing in Trogir. You can expect modern Croatian/Balkan pop music. People usually go there after midnight and it is opened until 4 AM.”
3yerel tavsiyeler
Bar
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Alışveriş Merkezi
“The only shopping mall in Trogir. Has some nice stores and you can enjoy a walk there and have a coffee. Focus night club is on the top of this shopping center”
6yerel tavsiyeler