Private tour available also for cruise passengers and big groups.
Starting from Zadar, we will arrive in Trogir.
I will show you two Unesco hidden treasures.
Take an afternoon stroll with gelato in hand through the medieval maze of streets.
Blessed with stunning nature and an easygoing pace of life, this immaculately preserved Adriatic fort may just be a perfect microcosm of Croatia.
National Geographic book "The World's Best Cities" names Trogir as the most beautiful island city in the world.
Discover Trogir and its historic center, a real treasure and UNESCO World Heritage Site; St. Lawrence Cathedral - most imposing monument in the city of Trogir and one of the finest architectural achievements in Croatia; Kamerlengo Fortress - once the Venetian governor's palace;The Cipiko Palace - complex of several buildings, built by Koriolan Ćipiko who won a large sea battle in 1476.
Then, we will drive to Split and walk trough Dioklecian palace, one of the most preserved monuments of the Roman architecture in the world.
Pick up in Zadar. One and a half hour driving to Split.
What we will see:
Island Of Trogir
Gates and walls
The statue of Gregory of Nin
Vestibule and Perystile
St. Domnius Cathedral
Temple of Jupiter
Main square and Fruit square
Republic square (Prokurative).
Then back to Zadar one and a half hour driving.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
Private comfortabile car or van depends on a group size with private driver.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 Kuna - Comment: If you want to enter the Catedral and Jupiter's temple.
If you want some coffee and snacks.
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Dear Kristina, We had a wonderful day with you, many things needed to be changed because of changes from the ship management but you did a wonderful job. We wish you all the best with your upcoming wedding and we will for sure come back to Kroatie.