The town of Trogir was founded by Greek colonists from the island of Vis in III. st. Christ. In Central Europe it was considered the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic city.

Trogir delights visitors to cultural and historical monuments and small streets, as well as art collections with numerous masterpieces.

Entering sacral objects reveals some lesser and more famous details of history. Trogir is one of the cities that is best visited with the expert guidance of the tourist guide, outside the main season and tourist crowds.

10 sights you have to visit in Trogir:

Kamerlengo Tower Kamerlengo fortress or fortress is located on the southwestern edge of the town of Trogir, at the corner of the wall. The oldest part is the polygonal tower from the end of the 14th century. It is also part of the chapel dedicated to St. Mark. The fort was built in the 15th century, from 1420 to 1437, and served as a venue for the Venetian military crew. Today, Kamerlengo is a stage and stage for numerous theater performances and other cultural events in the open.

Ćipiko Palace The palace of Trogir family Ćipiko is a complex of several buildings, which are the colossal of Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance, connected in time to a unique whole. The largest part of the circuit was created in the 13th century. The south gate of the palace is decorated with the inscription "Nosce te ipsum" which translates to "Meet Yourself", and there are numerous and valuable works of art, including the most prominent Gothic Trifora on the facade.

City Gate The south city gate or civitatis gate, built in Renaissance style in 1953. From their eastern side there is a loggia intended for the stay of the passengers who arrived in the city at the time when his door was closed, and today there is a gallery and souvenir shop. The north gate or port of the terraeferma, decorated with a Venetian lion, was built in the 17th century and the stone bridge connected the city and the mainland. On their top there is the statue of Sv. Ivana Trogir, patron of the town of Trogir.

The Rector's Palace The prince's court dates back to the 13th century and was restored in the 19th century in Renaissance style. In it there are the historical coats of Venetian princes and other noblemen, and on the door above the staircase there is an inscription that access is allowed only to noblemen. The court also contained a theater that was later destroyed. Today, the town hall is located in the building - City Hall.

Trogir shore Trogir's waterfront is located in the southern part of the town and was last restored in 2002. The top promenade along the sea with numerous catering facilities is also the place for mooring yachts and mega yachts.

Cathedral of St. Lawrence St. Lovre is one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Croatia and its construction lasted for almost 300 years, to get the final shape in 1598. It is famous on Radovan's portal, a work of unique artistic value built in 1340, consisting of lions, apostles, saints, statues of Adam and Eve, and other ornaments. It has a belfry of 47 meters high and the interior of the cathedral is a mix of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque style.

Benedictine monastery of St. Nicholas Benedictine monastery with the church of St. Nicholas dates back to the 11th century, with the church originally bearing the name Sv. Duje. Inside the monastery there is the oldest picture of the Virgin with the Child and the stone relief of the Old Greek god of a happy moment of Cairo, dating back to the 3rd or 4th centuries BC and for which the legend says it will bring happiness to the one who at the right moment withdraws the coffin.

City Museum The Trogir Town Museum is located in the 18th century Gargan-Fonfogna Palace. The permanent museum exhibition is a silent witness to the city's history with the library of the Troy family.

Sacred Art Museum The Sacred Art Museum is located on the site of a Romanesque palace of the 18th-century parish hall and features a collection of early Venetian sacral painting while the Pinakotec, along with other pieces by local craftsmen, features Blaža Jurjeva and polyptych from the 13th century as well as numerous icons, parts of sacred furniture.

Wood of love If it is "always time for love", in Trogir is witnessed by the unusual tree Trogiran, because of the discreet place in the shade of the crown where the loving couples gathered, called the Tree of Love. According to the romantic legend, the couple who are kissing in this place will be in the heart of eternal love until death.