Exceptionally rich, historical and cultural tradition of Trogir has been fascinating the visitors from all over the world for centuries. Bernard Shaw, Herman Bahar, Anatol France, emperors Francis Joseph and Frederic Augustus are just some of the famous people stunned by the beauty of Trogir.
Trogir has even been declared the best preserved romanesse-gothic city of Central Europe, further increasing its appeal. Sv. Lovre cathedral, Kamerlengo tower, the city gates, Sv. Nikola church and Pinakoteka are just some of the significent sites the city holds. Many say that the 1271 pharmacy built in the city, is the oldest public pharmacy in Croatia. Document holding the information can still be seen in the city museum. Such cultural relevance was recognized by the UNESCO and the entire city core has been declared a World Heritage Site. Beautifl beaches by the city are ideal for swimming and enjoying the sun with the exceptional and most delicious cuisine being presented in many charming resturants of Trogir.