If you are planning to travel these days, consider visiting Trogir, a small coastal town located only 20 kilometres away from Split. Whether you visit it as the main destination of your trip or just one-day excursion, Trogir will not leave you unimpressed.
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What to do in Trogir in December
The experience of a visit in December is kind of intimate, meaning there are only a few visitors around. Many tourist facilities are not operational, with some coffee shops and restaurants being closed till May.
Some people prefer to make a trip in this period of the year rather than dealing with the crowds during the summer months. It's easier and more comfortable to move around the town and its attractions. You can read more about main attractions in the town in Trogir's travel gude.
For those who visit in December, an additional benefit is a Christmas market, offering a variety of traditional food and wine. The most featured food at this time of the year in Croatia is codfish. Taste the various types of its preparations in some of the Trogir's restaurants.
Epidemiological restrictions in Trogir in December
Life is mostly back to normal for those who took the vaccine in Croatia. Those who do not have a digital COVID certificate may be required to take a test to attend events with many people.
However, there is still an obligation to wear masks in all indoor spaces, and public gatherings are limited.
It's not yet clear whether there will be organised New Year Eve parties in the town.
Day trips from Trogir are active despite the pandemic: the most popular one is a tour to nearby islands Hvar, Brac, Vis, and Bisevo.
The beautiful town of Split is another top destination from Trogir.
Sibenik and its four magnificent fortification objects should not be missed as well.