Get lost in the narrow cobblestone streets
The historical city center of Trogir, which is located on a small island between the land and island Čiovo and connected by bridges to both sides, has been on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1997 – and for a good reason. The town was founded by Greek colonists from island Vis in 3rd century BC and has kept its strategic value throughout the history. It has been continuously inhabited by Romans, Hungarians, and Venetians, which has left its mark on the overall impression of today’s town and lead to the entire town being a somewhat city-museum with a considerable number of churches, fortification towers, monasteries and palaces from different eras all connected with narrow and meandering cobblestone streets.
Being a small town, one could never actually get lost in those streets as most of them will lead you outside of the old city core – however, they are definitely worth exploring because among the walls of those streets you can find the best bistros, restaurants, cafes, and shops and really get to know the town from a local perspective. In addition, they are great if you’re looking for the perfect Instagram picture.