Hostel Trogir

Trg Sv.Jakova 7, Trogir, 21220, Croatia
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Driving in and out of Split from Trogir.

by jamccann

Does anyone know where to park near the center of Split? We will have a car and would prefer to drive rather than hassle with public transit. We will be in Split 15/09 to 19/09.

Re: Driving in and out of Split from Trogir.

by diocletianvs

As you arrive from Trogir there's one huge parking place just at the end of Domovinskog rata street - entrance from Vukovarska street. It's southern end is very close to the center.
There's also one parking just in front of the south facade of the Diocletian's Palace, but this one tends to be occupied and is more expensive (8kn/hour, compared to usual 3kn/hour).

Or simply park wherever you see the empty place. Sometimes it's hard but not impossible.

Re: Re: Driving in and out of Split from Trogir.

by blanter

In May, we tried the parking Niksa points out, it was fully occupied (Wednesday or Thursday, smth around noon). May be it was an accident (we already agreed that my whole trip was a collection of accidents :) ), may be not. Anyway, I would agree that you should take the first available place at a reasonable distance. If you do not mind 15 minutes walk, there is a lot of space on Ivana Mestrovica, West of the center (parking there is free). It also a good option if you want to visit Mestrovic Gallery (which I always recommend).

Re: Driving in and out of Split from Trogir.

by bkoon

Don't worry too much about parking. Should be quite easy to get a lot. There wasn't any problem for me when I was there. Parking is the least headache.

Have fun.

Travel Tips for Trogir

General Info

by Redang

* Tourist Office

Trg Ivana Pavla II. Br. 1
21220, Trogir
- Tel.: (+385) 021 881 412
- Fax: (+385) 021 881 412

- Internet: www.dalmacija.net/trogir.htm
- E mail: tzg-trogir@st.htnet.hr

The Church of St. Barbara

by croisbeauty

St. Barbara (St. Martin) is the oldest preserved church of Trogir. The church is a small basilica separated with colonnades. It is situated just a foot from the Trg Ivana Pavla II, right behind the Tower Clock and next to the Town Hall.

Fortress Kamerlengo

by Venturingnow

Fortress Kamerlengo is situated at west end of Trogir islet, built by Venetians in Xlll - XV century as a naval base for their navy forces in this part of Adriatic. Nowadays, this fortress is a multimedia center with open air cinema and stage for various cultural events. It's open Monday to Saturday from 0900h till 2000h. Rates: Adults 10kn (about 1,2EUR) and for groups over 10 persons, children and students 5kn (about 0,80EUR).

The Gate Entries

by BruceDunning

There is the land side gate called Kopnena Vrata is the main entry since Venetian control in the 15th century. It has a statue of St. John on the top portion, as well as a stone carving of the Venetian lion symbol underneath it. It was rebuilt in the 17th century and even back then had a draw bridge over the moat/canal.
The Sea gate is on the Riva side and entry is by stores through to the gate entry. It was built in the 16th century

Trogir

by hello3001

Beautiful city by the sea, with rich history (Trogir is on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage sites) and lovely sightseeing points. Trogir is a city that is partly situated on a little island, and that is the historical core of the city. The little bridge shown on the photo on the left is the way to get across and in 2006 a new little wooden bridge is opened. Photos of the little wooden bridge and the views from it you can see in the travelogues.
The best view of Trogir's riva, the seafront, is from the Tower Kamerlengo, which you can also see in the travelogues.

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