Trogir City Walking Tour

The floating museum town

With a fascinating history that goes back more than 2300 years, Trogir is like an open-air museum, just waiting to be explored on a relaxed walking tour. Spend a couple of hours with our experienced local guide and gain a genuine insight into the history and culture of this magnificent UNESCO-listed medieval town. Trogir will delight you with its art, architecture and charming stone-paved alleys.


  • Walk throughout the ancient UNESCO World Heritage city of Trogir
  • Admire the impressive St. Lawrence Cathedral with the majestic Radovan's Portal
  • Visit the picturesque Kamerlengo Fortress overlooking the beautiful Trogir Promenade
  • Wander down the narrow streets of Trogir old town, while your guide entertains you with the exciting myths and legends from the past

Quick facts

  • Tour type: City Walking
  • Start time: Flexible
  • Duration: 1.5 hours
  • Schedule: Upon request
  • Min people: 1
  • Max people: 25
  • Price: 102 € per person

What to expect

Since all the Trogir main sights are conveniently grouped together, our 1.5 hour walking tour is easy and suitable even for children. We will start our journey through the past from the Riva where our tour guide will be waiting. Together we will head to the town center to visit the magnificent St. Lawrence cathedral, one of the most important historical monuments in Dalmatia, with its remarkable Portal – a masterpiece of Master Radovan and the most significant medieval portal in this part of the world. Our tour continues with the visit to the aristocratic Cipiko Palace, facing the west side of the cathedral and the City Hall & Loggia, all located on the main square. Later on you will get to see the imposing Kamerlengo Fortress which was once connected to the city walls and which offers a great panoramic view on the entire city. Strolling around the Trogir’s narrow alleys you will discover many cute cafes offering coffee and ice-cream as well as numerous charming gift and souvenir shops that will delight you with their authentic offer.


Tour price: 102 € per person (765 kn)

Price includes:

Licensed local guide

Price doesn’t include:

Entrance feesFood and drinksTransfers (optional, upon request)Tips and personal expenses


Private transfer from Split or Kaštela upon request.


Upon request