Villa Vrbat

Vukovarska 17, Trogir, 21218, Croatia
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Forum Posts

Buying a digital camera in Makarska - very extravagant?

by Muscovite

A friend suddenly needs a digital photocamera.
Does it make any sense to buy it in Makarska - or Split, with possible VAT refund? Or should I better take it easy and go to the beach, and find one at home in Moscow?
Mind, I have no idea which make I need, nor can tell a good one from a bad one.

RE: RE: Buying a digital camera in Makarska - very extravagant?

by Muscovite

Yes, that's what I thought, too - about returning the product. I didn't have any bad experience about thing bought abroad so far, but who knows?
Actually, the camera I have now is 12 years old and bought by chance in Waynesville, North Carolina, no compaints, touch the wood, and it cost $ 50. Not $ 50 extra, just $ 50 :)

Travel Tips for Trogir

Vitturi Tower

by croisbeauty

The Vitturi Tower is very well preserved. It dates from the 13th century and was a part of a thick defending city walls. The tower is situated on the southern side of the old town, towards the island of Ciovo.

The St. Lawrence Cathedral

by Venturingnow

The cathedral of St. Lawrence with Radovan's portal at the entrance are the most famous Town monuments. The cathedral, called St. John among local citizens, is the highest building in Trogir, dominating the area. You really cannot miss these landmarks, everything revolves around them. They are currently doing construction on the clock town, so it cannot be climbed, but I'm sure they are almost, if not completely finished with the repairs.


by BruceDunning

It is named after a Venetian called Kamerlin, who helped handle the area finances. It has an octagon tower and the layout is quadrilateral. It is a nine sided fortress and was strengthened by Venetians in 1500's to defend mostly against Turk attacks here. It was to defend the water side entry into the canal, or any intruders from water side. There used to be a wall alongside the water edge, but Austrians took a lot down in 1800's, but some still remains with intertwined into the buildings along the Riva.
St Marks round tower was to defend against any attacks to the canal side, and the bridges could be part of the city defense also, and well protected. It was built around mid 1400's.

The entry fee is 20 kuna, or $4, and not worth the inside view of bare walls unless you want to go to the top for a panorama of the Riva.

Trogir is a beauty!

by sanda.muntean

"Unesco patrimony takes you into another dimension"

The old city of Trogir is an Unesco patrimony and I have to say: "I'm speechless". You have to see it!
Entire old city is build of white stone (of course) with narrow polished streets. But the beauty is made by sculpted thousand details you may discover everywhere if you have eyes for them: a corner, a window, a stone table on the street... you are surrounded, but they are quiet and still. If you want to see all of this, take your time and become part of the city. Stop and stay quiet and still. Just look about, and slowly this details will appear. For me was an incredible experience, almost like a spiritual experience.
The "diamond" of the old city must be the latin cathedral Sv. Lovre (St. Lawrence's). I visited twice, for hours, and every minute spend there let me see more details witch I didn't see earlyer. Lately, this city is one of the remarcable things made by people who impressed me (I saw just bad side of people lately, so, it was the time for a good side. The balance is in the "pros" side now for humans). There is no need to describe you this cathedral and the city, you may find sites who do this in details, but nothing compares to be there.

""The little boats""

I saw here many beautiful, luxury, "little boats" from all over the world. Sometimes they need to waylay in line and cross the first "boat" because is too crowded.
Looking for this kind of things, you'll realise that Dalmatia is one of the top destinations in Europe. For me Dalmatia is for sure one of the best!


There are no souvenirs! I am talking about that small things who are representative for a place and you buy for everybody home.
So, we bought souvenirs just for us because cost us a hundred euros and I don't have so many hudreds as many friends: some white stone jewellery and a red fish oil painting. Some other "bad" thing: the sellers are not negotiating the price :(


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