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Croatian Towns Private Tour: Salona and Trogir from Split
"You can freely change the itinerary as to bets suit you (you can negotiate the duration of the walking tours we can make an extra stop if you wish to and so) just contact us before hand so we can make all the necessary arrangements. ITINERARY: The driver will pick you up at 9 am at the appointed place. The drive towards Salona is only 15 minutes long so we will be there a bit after 9 am and start the walking tour right away.SALONA WALKING TOURTo appreciate Salona you must go there in the proper spirit knowing something at least of the story of the destruction of Roman Salons and of its palmy days in the preceding centuries. You must remember that the sea which has since receded
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Croatian Towns Private Tour: Salona and Trogir from Split
"You can freely change the itinerary as to bets suit you (you can negotiate the duration of the walking tours we can make an extra stop if you wish to and so) just contact us before hand so we can make all the necessary arrangements. ITINERARY: The driver will pick you up at 9 am at the appointed place. The drive towards Salona is only 15 minutes long so we will be there a bit after 9 am and start the walking tour right away.SALONA WALKING TOURTo appreciate Salona you must go there in the proper spirit knowing something at least of the story of the destruction of Roman Salons and of its palmy days in the preceding centuries. You must remember that the sea which has since receded
From EUR104.00
 
Croatian Towns Private Tour: Salona and Trogir from Split
"You can freely change the itinerary as to bets suit you (you can negotiate the duration of the walking tours we can make an extra stop if you wish to and so) just contact us before hand so we can make all the necessary arrangements. ITINERARY: The driver will pick you up at 9 am at the appointed place. The drive towards Salona is only 15 minutes long so we will be there a bit after 9 am and start the walking tour right away.SALONA WALKING TOURTo appreciate Salona you must go there in the proper spirit knowing something at least of the story of the destruction of Roman Salons and of its palmy days in the preceding centuries. You must remember that the sea which has since receded
From EUR104.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Trogir

Sedam Kaštela

Kaštel Lukšiæ is situated in the central part of Sedam Kaštela (Seven Castles) and the lasgest of all. It has no more then five thousand inhabitants. Kašteli have mild climate conditions with pleasant...
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croisbeauty
Jun 18, 2013

Primosten

Not more than 30 kilometers north of Trogir is another very nice island town that visitors stop to enjoy the scenery and old Medieval look. Wonderful scenery of this old Medieval village is the reason...
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BruceDunning
Apr 04, 2011

Klis CAstle Fortress

The fortress dates back to the Illyrian DAlmatae tribe that used the hill for defense back in BC times. It was one of the most important strongholds from 2nd century BC through to 1800's. The fort is...
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BruceDunning
May 30, 2010

Solin-Old Medieval Name of Salona

This was the main living center for the Illyrian Delmaeti tribe and in the Greeks used it for trading over many centuries in BC. The Romans continued that trading commerce that covered much of the...
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BruceDunning
May 30, 2010

Solin Amphitheater and Community

The amphitheater was built in the 2nd century and held 18,000 people. It was on the outskirts of the town and was part of the main defense walls. It was excavated in 1840 and the digging continued...
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BruceDunning
May 30, 2010

Kastelas

This stretch of the coast comprises seven separate, but connected villages/towns. Each has a population of 4,000-6,000, and the whole area totals about 43,000 residents. The strip is popular with...
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BruceDunning
May 30, 2010
 
 
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The Palace

See this beautiful medieval palace which stands on the Riva, right next to the Vitturi tower. Unfortunatelly, I have no informations regarding this palace. Anybody's help is very welcome.
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May 10, 2006

Passage

When strolling around the old core of the town you may feel lost in this narrow streets which all looks a like. Just follow your instincts because all this streets lead you either to the main square...
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croisbeauty
May 10, 2006

The house of Petar Berislavic

Petar Berislavic is a very important person from the history of Croatia. Actually, he was Croatian viceroy, the opponent of Venetians and heroic fighter against the Turks. Trogir is the town where he...
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May 10, 2006

The Old houses

Trogir is an very typical Mediterranean town with lots of the medieval structures in its old core. Besides churches and palaces, there are many medieval houses of, more or less, very simple structure....
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May 10, 2006

Passage

This is a typical and very characteristic passage you can see in almost all the mediterranean cities. That kind of the construction help the locals to be protected from the very severe winter-season...
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May 09, 2006

Elementary school "Petar Berislavic"

This representative building, which stands on the Riva, is the elementary school of Trogir, named after Croatian viceroy Petar Berislavic. It is one of the most beautiful schools on the Adriatic...
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May 09, 2006

The Bell-tower of St. Michael

The belltower of St. Michael stands right next to the Kamerlengo fortress. It is all what was left of the church which was completely destroyed. According to the locals, the church of St. Michael was...
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May 09, 2006

The Church of St. Barbara

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...
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May 09, 2006

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Seget Donji, Trogir, 21220, Croatia
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Obala Kralja Zvonimira 13, Trogir, 21220, Croatia
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Alojza Stepinca 41, Trogir, 21220, Croatia
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Things to Do Near Trogir

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Adventure Dalmatia

We did the Canyoning Cetina River tour with Adventure Dalmatia from Split. We actually booked the tour through Portal Tours, but the tour itself was through Adventure Dalmatia. We got picked up in...
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Diocletian's Palace

Diocletian was a late Roman emperor, the only one who voluntarily abdicated his throne. After stepping down, he came to what is now Split to build the palace for his retirement. The city of Split...
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Grgur Ninski Statue

He was the Bishop man that started the use of Croat language in religious teaching, and countered the desire of the Roman aristocrats and the Pope in 926. Gregory Nin continued religious ceremony n...
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Cathedral of St. James

We visited the Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik at the end of our tour of Krka National Park and Šibenik with Portal Tours. This beautiful cathedral is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list....
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Skradinski Buk

Skradinski Buk is the longest waterfall on Krka River and one of the most famous Croatia landmarks. We visited Krka National Park from Split with Portal Tours and had a great time. Our tour guide...
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Visovac Monastery

Visovac is a monastery on a small island in the middle of Krka River. It's possible to visit the island itself by boat from the National Park, but we just stopped to see it from an overlook. This...
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"Trogir, an island from the Middle Ages"
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croisbeauty

"Trogir - the gem of Adriatic"
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acemj

"Trogir, Croatia"
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BruceDunning

"A Town for Strolling the Promenade"
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"Paradise in little"
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