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Trogir - A view from our expert author


Marvel at Trogir’s UNESCO-listed cathedral and Renaissance and Gothic palaces.

UNESCO World Heritage listed Trogir – just 26km up the coast from Split – is one of the most attractive stops in Dalmatia, with the old town being not just excellently preserved but also delightfully car-free. Come here to soak up a pleasantly uncorrupted medieval atmosphere, where stone-carved balconies overhang the narrow streets, and Renaissance and Gothic palaces compete for your attention with the ancient cathedral. 

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