Trogir walking tour
Discover and learn about the historic core of Trogir with a professional guide to take you along the journey. Book the walking tour now!
Our trip will last approximately one hour and covers the entire city center of Trogir, the center being acknowledged and put into a UNESCO World Heritage site list. Whilst you are enjoying the nice walking tour you will not only see gorgeous monuments, but also hear some interesting folklore legends. The price doesn’t include entry tickets to the various churches and museums, however you can still buy the tickets on the spot and our guide will assist you inside of each and every single monuments you decide to visit and explore.
Trogir is a picturesque town arranged with parks where every stone is a monument and its coast is surrounded from all sides by the sea.
The cathedral of St. Lovre with the famous Portal of Radovan is a church where we can find styles from the Romanic to the Baroque and numerous artists left their traces behind in it. The art collection of the cathedral protects the most worthy culture and art heritage of the town Trogir. It is located on the main square that is the same as in the time of the antique founding of the city.
The cathedral is beside the town hall, court, the town tower and one of the most beautiful palaces – Cipiko.
Trogir walking tour
Price per person: 100 kn/13€
May 1st – Sep 30th EVERY DAY guaranteed departures
Duration 1,5 hour
11:00 Start time
DEPARTURE IS FROM TROGIR!
● 1,5 hour sightseeing tour with local English speaking tour guide ● All taxes and VAT
Entrance fees, Gratuities (optional)
St. Lawrence Cathedral – most imposing monument in the city of Trogir and one of the finest architectural achievements in Croatia;
The Romanesque portal created by the local artist Radovan. It is considered as the cathedral’s finest piece of architectural work
Kamerlengo Fortress – once the Venetian governor’s palace nowadays used as a location for performances during the summer months
The Cipiko Palace – complex of several buildings, built by Koriolan Ćipiko who won a large sea battle in 1476.
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