The old town in Trogir is probably one of the best known and mostly visited cities in Croatia. One of the reasons for this is its unique architectural style with old stone fortresses, renaissance palaces and Venetian villas, side by side. Narrow alleys are criss-crossing the centre of town. One proof of the city’s unique atmosphere is its inclusion on UNESCO’s “World Heritage Sites” in 1997.
Trogir’s old town has numerous nice restaurants, small bars and cafés. That is one of the reasons that Trogir has become a very popular gathering place for both local residents in the Split area and for visiting tourists. The city of Trogir is in actually a small island. The old city centre is connected to the mainland by a bridge, and by a second bridge to the island of Ciovo further out. The atmosphere in Trogir is lively, international and informal.