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Trogir

This medieval diamond, patronized by the UNESCO since 1997, is one of the most beautiful and most visited cities in Croatia, or rather in Dalmatia. Trogir is also known as a city-museum because of its rich cultural and historical heritage. One of the main reasons for visitors to enjoy Trogir is the interplay of the traces ancient Greek colonists and great European artists like Radovan have left.

But Trogir and its surrounding offer more than historical and cultural treasures – starting from daily swimming or diving in the clear Sea to pleasant afternoons in the spirited alleys or in one of the numerous cafes and restaurants. Trogir’s nightlife is manifold and adapted for any generation since you have parties till dawn as well as delightful and easy evenings with life music in one of the restaurants or public squares.