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Trogir,which has been listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site is pristinely located along the Adriatic within the Split Dalmatia County. Home to over 13,000 residents of Trogir is closely neighbored by Seget and Zedno locate on the island of Clavo. This historical town has been inhabited since as far back as the third century B.C and boasts a stunning harbor that is lined with magnificent yachts and boats.
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One of the highlights of the destination is its seafront promenade and the maze of winding streets located nearby, which provides plenty of opportunities for exploration. The area has been designated a Unesco World Heritage site.
Romanesque and Gothic churches, palaces and houses, narrow streets and bright courtyards: The historic center of Trogir is a treasure chest of art and architecture, dating back more than 2,000 years, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
One of the most impressive natural phenomena in Croatia are the waterfalls of Krka, whilst a white-water rafting trip will take you past some impressive cliffs and caves.
Everywhere in the town is within walking distance.
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In Split, city bus 37 leaves from the bus station on Domovinskog. It runs between Trogir and Split every 20 minutes (19KN, one hour) throughout the day.
1 Euro = 7.50 Kuna. Starting on Januari 2023 the Euro will be the new currency in Croatia.
Language: Croatian. English well spoken.
Banks and post offices are generally open from 7AM to 7PM without breaks, and public offices from Monday to Friday from 8AM to 4PM. During the tourist season, post offices are generally open until 9PM, including Saturdays.
Shops and department stores are open from 8AM to 8PM without breaks.
Since 2009 shopping hours are not regulated anymore, therefore most stores in tourist destinations are open 7 days a week.
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