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Opened in 2016 and featuring a seafront location on Čiovo Island, Bifora Heritage Hotel is just 350 metres from Trogir Old Town. WE were enchanted by this hotel and beautiful Trogir town even in december!
The family-run Hotel Trogir Palace, opened in July 2008, is situated on Čiovo Island, only 400 metres from the centre of the beautiful UNESCO-listed town Trogir. Staff was great. Considering that, for couple of nights I was the only guest in the hotel.
Overlooking the Old Town of Trogir and the surrounding islands, Aparthotel Bellevue Trogir is situated 100 metres from the sea. It offers free WiFi and a continental breakfast. Extremely friendly and helpful staff.
Featuring a swimming pool with sun terrace set right next to the sea, Hotel Brown Beach House offers pet-friendly accommodation in Trogir. Perfect little gem... everything was so good.
Boasting a sun terrace and views of the sea, XII Century Heritage Hotel is set 100 metres from St. Peter's Church in the UNESCO-protected Trogir. Staff amazing and smack in middle of main and main on waterfront with good vibe and food..
Situated in the heart of UNESCO-protected Trogir Old Town, Hotel Monika is surrounded by the unique narrow streets of the ancient city. Hotel Monika is a little hard to find as you have to walk to it.
The only hotel situated on the promenade of the UNESCO-protected town of Trogir, Hotel Concordia is set between the Kamerlengo fortress and the St. Friendly, helpful staff. Lovely location.
Enjoying a privileged location in the old part of the UNESCO-protected mediaeval town of Trogir, the picturesque Hotel Fontana was built of high-quality and ecological materials. Great Location. Staff at checkin was so helpful and nice and even carried my friends heavy luggage...
The bus station is just over the bridge from the old town and the buses are frequent. Just look out for the bus numbers for their route. Timetable and bus numbers to many of the local destinations can be found on the bus information board. There is a ticket office inside where you can buy return tickets but most buses you can just buy on the bus. The buses are clean and comfortable. The drivers were all very good. Outside waiting area where people just sit on the wall can get a bit hot as there isn't any shade but okay under the roof canopy.
We took a bus from Trogir to Split, unfortunately the bus was almost 1 hour late, so plan accordingly. The bus was comfortable and air conditioned once it finally arrived. A short 30 minute ride to Split.
Very close to the old town and easy to get to Split or the airport from there, much cheaper than a taxi! The busses run about every 20 mins. No tourist information there and it's tricky to find tourist info; there is an interactive map by the bridge but it is pretty limited
Excellent size apartment Quick walk to Trogir Old Town and to boats Easy to access airport (regular bus from Trogir bus station or Uber cost around £8) Good air conditioning upstairs