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Discover the Medieval Charm of Trogir

Trogir, a charming medieval city located on the Adriatic coast of Croatia, is a destination that appeals to both the young and the old. Steeped in history and culture, Trogir is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that transports visitors back in time to the Middle Ages, making it a perfect place for history buffs to explore.

But Trogir isn’t just for the history buffs!


This ancient city also has a lot of fun to offer, making it an exciting destination for people of all ages. The city’s winding cobblestone streets, medieval walls, and ancient buildings create a truly unique atmosphere that feels like a fairytale.


Visitors can spend their days exploring the city’s narrow alleys, visiting the numerous museums and galleries, or simply relaxing in one of the many cafes that dot the city’s streets. The city’s central square, Trg Ivana Pavla II, is a hub of activity, with street performers and vendors selling local crafts and treats.

In the evening, Trogir comes alive with a lively nightlife scene, including restaurants, bars, and clubs. The city’s nightlife is a great opportunity to mingle with locals, and to enjoy the lively Croatian music and dance.

Overall, Trogir is a city that has something for everyone, offering visitors a chance to experience a unique blend of history, culture, and fun.

Our pick for history buffs

Trogir Old Town: The old town of Trogir is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its stunning architecture that reflects various historical periods. You can stroll through the winding streets and admire the medieval buildings, including the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, the Cipiko Palace, and the Kamerlengo Fortress.

Old town of Trogir
Old town of Trogir offers unique view of magnificent facades.

Kamerlengo Fortress: This impressive fortress was built in the 15th century and offers stunning views of Trogir and the surrounding area. You can climb to the top of the tower and admire the panoramic views.

Kamerlengo Castle in Trogir
Kamerlengo Castle in Trogir

St. Lawrence Cathedral: This beautiful Romanesque-Gothic cathedral was built in the 13th century and is one of the most important landmarks in Trogir. It features a beautiful portal with intricate carvings and a bell tower that offers stunning views of the city.

St Lawrence - Details
Main door od St Lawrence Cathedral

Our experience in Trogir was interesting…and funny!

It was a hot summer day in Trogir, and we decided to explore the town and its picturesque streets. One of our friends decided to wear her favorite straw hat to protect herself from the blazing sun. As she strolled through the narrow alleys, she stopped to admire beautiful buildings around us and take a few photos.

Suddenly, a gust of wind swept through the square, and her beloved hat flew off her head and landed on the floor. Panicking, she started running after it to retrieve it. The second she came closer to the hat – the wind started again.

She run around, desperately searching for the hat, but it was nowhere to be found. Meanwhile, a crowd had gathered around us, watching her ridiculous attempt to save the hat. One of the locals asked her what she was doing, and she explained that her hat had fallen of her head.

The local burst out laughing and said, “Don’t worry, you’re in Trogir! Here, we have a saying: If you lose your hat, it means you’ll come back to Trogir again.”


We all laughed and said we will definitely come here again!


Our friend was mad because we laughed at her but in the end she realised this is just one more good story she will be telling her children in the future.

Our pick for people who want to have fun

For tourists interested in fun and nightlife there are also many options.

There are several beach bars in Trogir, such as Medena Beach Bar, Copacabana Beach Bar, and Pantan Beach Bar, where you can enjoy a refreshing drink and soak up the sun while listening to music. Trogir has a few nightclubs, such as the Vanilla Club and Aurora Club, where you can dance the night away to the latest hits.

If you are into watersports, you can try activities such as jet skiing, parasailing, and windsurfing. You can rent equipment from several rental companies along the beach.

Great idea is to take a boat tour to explore the beautiful coastline and nearby islands, such as Hvar, Vis, and Brač. Many tour companies offer day trips and evening cruises. And when you are done sightseeing by boat – Trogir hosts several festivals throughout the year, such as the Trogir Summer Festival, the Trogir Cultural Summer, and the Trogir Fishermen’s Night. These festivals offer music, food, and cultural events.

So, if you want your own adventure in Trogir, why not book your trip now?

Your CTC Team

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