Trogir has been known as a ‘monument town’. Some of the most famous sights in the town are the Cathedral of St Lawrence with its remarkable portal by Master Radovan, the Kamerlengo Fortress, the Town Gate, the Čipiko Palace, the Town Hall, the Church of St Nicholas, a museum, a picture gallery and the ‘Kairos’ art collection.
According to the UNESCO: „Trogir is a precious, a consistent part of world heritage. But don’t look just for stone. Look for the mysterious spirit in stone. Look for all those architects, builders, artists, patrons, for all those stories hidden in the history of stone.
Bars, taverns, restaurants, souvenir shops, jazz corners, traditional music corners, a theatre and music festivals... A long list of the entertainment possibilities in Trogir; diverse, lively and interesting. The town’s life, fun, passion and vibrations arise from three springs: the market, the promenade and the central square.
It’s not only buildings and history what makes this town; it lives through its scents and colors, flavors and sounds, through all those perfect dishes created in its long and rich history.