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Nestled beside the Adriatic Sea, Trogir started life as a strategic port city during antiquity. Trogir has been inhabited for thousands of years and witnessed periods of rule underneath Greeks, Romans, Hungarians, Venetians, Habsburgs, and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Due to the diverse influence, Trogir has many churches, palaces, and other beautiful structures packed into a tight area.
Although Trogir’s Venetian Gothic architecture earned it the UNESCO World Heritage moniker, you’ll find other architectural styles within the walled city. You’ll find examples of Romanesque, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture scattered around its medieval old town. Many structures are among the most well-preserved pieces of architecture in the region.
There are close to a dozen 13th-century churches inside the medieval walls and palaces of various sizes. During the Middle Ages, Trogir was home to several talented artists, and much of their work can be appreciated today. The Museum of Sacred Art features outstanding Dalmatian and Venetian paintings from the Renaissance period.
Trogir started as a port city over 2,000 years ago, and shipbuilding continues to be a leading industry. Tourism has skyrocketed in recent years thanks to Trogir making multiple appearances on popular television programs. Its most notable pop culture features were in the British TV series Doctor Who and Game of Thrones.
The star attraction of Trogir is its medieval walled city that sits on a small island connected to the mainland. Trogir's old town attracts many visitors with its architectural wonders and historical landmarks.
The moment you cross the bridge, it feels like you've stepped inside a time portal hundreds of years into the past. When you drop off your bags with Bounce, you won’t have any extra weight while exploring this beautiful spot on the Dalmatian coast.
Wander the medieval Cippiko Palace and admire its Venetian Gothic architecture
Check out portraits and learn Trogir’s history inside the Trogir City Museum
Cross the wooden bridge and watch boats cruising through the canal
Stop by the Atelier Uremovic art gallery to view collections by local artists
Snap pictures of the famous City Loggia Trogir landmark
Climb the steps of the Puerta de la Tierra to view the ancient walls of the city
Check out the medieval backdrop at Soccer field "HNK Trogir 1912."
Shop for local produce at Green Market
Taste seafood and local wine by having dinner at Konoba Trs
Bus No. 37 from Split to Trogir
Ferry from Split to Trogir (high season only)
Trogir is a popular beach destination on the Dalmatian coast and a fascinating location for history buffs. Whether you plan to sunbathe or wander Trogir’s old town, Bounce has storage facilities to secure your belongings.
Wandering Trogir by foot is a delightful opportunity but carrying around heavy bags can ruin your fun. By dropping off your luggage with Bounce, you won’t have extra weight to manage while exploring the city.
Cathedral of St. Lawrence: The Cathedral of St. Lawrence took centuries to complete in the Middle Ages and is one of Croatia’s finest architectural landmarks. Construction began in the early 13th century and continued into the 17th century. The lengthy timespan led to a mishmash of styles, including Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque.
Romanesque style dominates much of the cathedral, but its interior shows Gothic influences. The 47-meter bell tower overlooks Trogir and features four beautiful sculptures by Venetian sculptor Alessandro Vittoria. Within the interior of the three-nave church, you’ll find semi-circular apses, sculptures beside the main altar, and carved wooden choir seats.
The Blessed John’s Chapel stands out for its Baroque-style marble angels and elaborate depiction of Bible stories. Completed in 1240 by Croatian sculptor Master Radovan, the Romanesque Western portal depicts the life of Christ and displays numerous exotic creatures. : T
Kamerlengo Castle: Dating to the 15th century, Kamerlengo Castle is another marvelous piece of medieval architecture in Trogir. Its stone walls provide impressive seaside views on the edge of the old town. The harborside promenade courses by the fortress and lets you study the framework of the towers.
Climb the castle for a bird’s eye view of Trogir and hear fascinating tales from local tour guides. The castle grounds also double as a concert venue to entertain crowds during the balmy summer months.
Medena Beach: Trogir’s picturesque location on the Dalmatian coast provides ample opportunity to swim in those sparkling Adriatic waters. There are several beaches minutes from Trogir’s old town that each offer a laid-back vibe. Medena Beach attracts families for its water slide, sports complexes, and other facilities. Situated only 4km from town, it’s among the most accessible beaches while visiting Trogir.
The 3km pebble beach includes basketball courts, tennis courts, water sports, beach volleyball, and nearby restaurants. Drop your bags off at a Trogir luggage storage shop and grab a delicious drink from the bar, then chairs and umbrellas to rent. There are changing rooms, outdoor showers, and public toilets for visitors to use.
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The price for luggage storage in Trogir is just €5/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Trogir which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Biokovo Nature Park, Biokovo Botanical Garden, Diocletian's Palace and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Trogir.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Trogir. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Trogir where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Konoba Fetivi, Konoba Duga Đango, and Baletna škola. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Trogir are Marina Villa PERLA, Villa Lunaris Apartment Scooter Biks, and Trogir Downtown Apartments.
Trogir offers several scenic parks including Marjan Park-Forest, Solin, and Park pomoraca.
You can find local tourist information at Voćni trg, Pjaca, and Turistički informativni centar Peristil.
If you're looking for a good museum in Trogir, we recommend Ivan Meštrović Gallery, Game of Thrones Museum Split, and Gallery of Fine Arts, Split. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Trogir's most popular historical attractions including Diocletian's Palace, Historic City of Trogir, or Dvorac Martinis Marchi and monuments like Marmont, Bell Tower, or The Church of St.Martin. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of St. John's Fortress, Kaštilac, or Prozor Fortress.