Two towns, considered by many to be open-air museums, with vibrant streets, will delight lovers of art and original architecture.
Trogir and Split both show an excepionally rich history. This half-day tour brings you back in time to explore their stories by visiting the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Diocletian's Palace built by the roman emperor Diocletian in the 3rd century, Peristyle square, cathedral of St. Lawrence (Sv. Lovro) in Trogir, and more.
We will first visit Split and make way to the bustling Peristyle square, the Mausoleum, St. Dominus’s Cathedral and the Temple of Jupiter. Discover four entrances to Diocletans Palace - the Bronze, Silver, Golden and Iron Gates. Enjoy an hour of free time to fully experience life in the walls of this ancient palace.
Trogir is only 30 min drive from Split. We will wander down narrow alleys for an up close view of Trogir’s complex heritage. With 2300 years of urban continuity Trogir combines ancient Greek and Roman architecture, as well as Venetian Renaissance and Baroque architecture, and is the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in all of Central Europe.
Trogir city core consists of a preserved castle and tower, the cathedral of St. Lawrence (Sv. Lovro) masterpiece of architect Radovan. Almost no information exists about the career of this enigmatic artist, except for the monumental portal of Trogir’s cathedral.
Walking tour ends in front of fortress Kamerlengo, magnificent edifice is the work of master Marin Radoja (14th-15th c.). Our guide will lead you through the history and development of these unique cities and will depict life that takes place in them.