Trogir’s old town is a nice and tiny place with lots of history and legends that haven’t been as exploited as other parts of Croatia yet. Therefore, is a perfect stop to breath, getting lost into the streets and feel the calm of this enchanting atmosphere.
If you are not in a rush and you want to enjoy this place not just in a day trip, I recommend to spend the night there in a “sobe“ (rooms to rent) and be ready to start feeling yourself like part of this decorate.
What’s worth it.
Trogir, like the other spots I have been writing about those last days, has several religious touristic places. In this case, Trogir is well known for its cathedral but, specifically, for the arcade.
What to know when visiting St Lawrence Cathedral:
- Be really careful with your outfit. You will need to cover your shoulders and cleavage otherwise your entrance will be forbidden.
- Only paying 25 kunas you will have access not only for the cathedral but also for accessing to the bell tower.
TIP: tripping Europe sometimes means visiting religious places such as churches, cathedrals or some kind of museums. In my case, I climbed (in Croatia) several bell towers and I must say the one that I like the most is in St Lawrence Cathedral, Trogir. Although being smaller than the others is absolutely authentic cause it has been preserved really well. The worst part? The stairs are not really safe.
TIP: if you haven’t bought any souvenir yet, no worries, this part is full of handmade cool stuff shops where you will find the perfect present for your beloved ones.
Time to relax
Imagine, taking a seat in the Trg Ivana Paula II main square, listening to the chords from any old lazy guitar, a broken voice, a glass of cold wine or a craft beer. Or, like me, a fresh-squeezed smoothie.
We don’t need anything else, just time to not thinking about anything except for what the place inspires.