5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Trogir, Croatia

If you are searching for your next vacation destination, why not visit Trogir in Croatia? It is a small and lovely town which is situated within medieval walls and is surrounded with beautifully maintained cathedrals. There is so much to discover in this gorgeous town so you better check it out and find out yourself. Here are my top 5 reasons to visit Trogir, Croatia; which might help you to decide?

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Trogir, Croatia

1. Experience its World Heritage Status

Trogir is known for its teeming collection of Renaissance as well as Romanesque architecture, which thrived under Venetian rule. You can also visit their superb cathedral, reminisce the old times, and bring home memories through lovely photos. Cathedral of St. Lawrence is one of the top attractions in Trogir. The cathedral was built in the 14th and 16th centuries. Climbing the cathedral can give you a fantastic view from the top. You can also visit the Chapel of St. John, which was first built in 1468 and is deemed as the best example of Renaissance architecture.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Trogir: historical building
Historical buildings in Trogir – photo by annasples / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

2. Wander by the Harbor

This dazzling town allows you to just sit all day by the harbor while you reminisce good memories. You can just wander around this little town and enjoy the culture of the people. It is also fun to interact with the people of Trogir and gain new friends. If you want a serene place where you can meditate and spend alone time, Trogir is also ideal for you.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Trogir: Walking around Trogir
Wandering on the streets in Trogir – photo by Carlos Rivera / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

3. Eat, Drink and Unwind

There are a lot of restaurants that offer local-based fish cuisines in Trogir. Take advantage of these culinary fests. You must really try them because these cuisines are exclusive to the town. You can also enjoy a cup of great coffee as you watch the people walk along the medieval streets.

eat drink trogir
Eating and drinking in Trogir – photo by annasples / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

4. Discover Sailing Paradise

Trogir is a great place to go sailing. You can easily hire a boat or a yacht from a charter in Croatia to explore the beauty of nearby islands such as Solta, Ciovo and Brac. A relaxing boat tour is indeed a must when you visit Trogir. You can hold boat excursions with your family and loved ones as you visit nearby beautiful islands. Also, Blue cave and Hvar Island are two beautiful sites that you must visit when you go on a boat tour in Trogir. You can avail of the packages that include meals, tour guide and other necessary tools. This is surely one fun family bonding as you unravel the beauty of Trogir and spend quality time with your family.

sailing trogir
Many boats and yachts available for rent – photo by Remus Pereni / CC BY 2.0

5. Enjoy Trogir’s Night Life

Night life in this city is not commercialized just like other urban towns and countries. But surely, you will enjoy wonderful conversations with your family and friends as you visit the town’s popular bars, cafes and restaurants. You can stay at any of these places as you watch the gorgeous city at night. Renaissance architecture, classic cathedral and medieval walls are even more stunning at night. You can absolutely enjoy the serenity of the night — the most relaxing way to end your day.

trogir at night
Trogir at night – photo by Chuck Burgess / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

About Romeo Demes

Hi there! I am Romeo from the beautiful Croatia who is addicted to traveling, writing and music. These are my 3 hobbies I could not live without. I am fortunate enough to make a living out of it and enjoy every day. I may not be rich and drive a fancy car, but you know how they say: Travel is the only thing you can buy that will make you richer!

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