Hotel Vila Tina
Arbanija, Trogir, 21224, Croatia
More about Trogir
Every space taken for motorbikes in old town
View of boats docked along the Riva
Beautiful blue water surrounding the town
Trogir for kids
Can anyone tell me whether there are any activities for kids in or in driving range from Trogir? I am looking for amusement parks, water worlds, zoo or whatever places that could be fun or interesting for kids in the age from 7-14.
Re: Trogir for kids
Not really any stuff like that. KRKA National park is not far and has beautiful scenery and a bunch of waterfalls you can also take boat trips on the lakes and river. The Cetina Valley outside of Omis has guided rafting trips on the Cetina River through a spectacular gorge -- 17 miles south of Split. You get helmets and Life Jackets, judgement call on whether your seven yer old can handle it...
And Split has beaches and a nature preserve.
Re: Trogir for kids
My sugestion is go to city Sibenik there is place a Solaris,that is right place for kids.
Travel Tips for Trogir
Terraces on Trg Ivana Pavla II
Trogir has numerous caf? terraces. This one stands, together with several others on Trg Ivana Pavla II. There are so many that it is difficult to take a decent photo of the loža but I must admit that to have a fresh beer in one of those welcoming armchairs is a great pleasure !
The Kamerlengo fortress, which is situated on west end of Trogir islet, was first built in the 14th century by Genovese state as the naval base. In 1420 the town was occupied by Venetians who started enlarged the fortress which become important Venetian navy forces centre in this part of the Adriatic.
The City Hall - Duke's Palace
The City Hall, or the Duke's Palace, from 13th century is situated on the Main Square on the spot where the church of St. Stjepan was.
It is an medieval Venetian styled palace with beautiful courtyard and staircase, worth of note.
The first photo was taken from the top of the Kamerlengo fortress and shows on the left the city of Kotor, inside the city walls and on the right, the "Riva", the sea-front alley, as it is locally called with a word remaining from the Venetians.
The second photo was taken exactly in the same direction but from the ramparts, at a lower level. It better shows the Riva and all it cafes and restaurants.
The third photo was also taken in the same direction, but from the lowest level, at the feet of the Kamerlengo fortress.
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