Trogir is one of the top places to go for a day visit from Split. Featuring UNESCO heritage sites and preserved old town from the time of Venice, Trogir offers an amazing experience for all people who enjoy sightseeing historical views.
I went to Trogir on January 20, 2022, to check the atmosphere in the town, and if there were any visitors.

Trogir Riva in January 2022
Trogir Riva in January 2022

Table of Contents

  1. Trogir experience in January 2022
  2. Epidemiological restrictions in Trogir

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Trogir experience in January 2022

Just as expected, there are only a few visitors in the town these days. The town is living more local life, meaning you will mostly see domestic people around. But if you enjoy sightseeing historical sites, you will not be bothered by this fact. This kind of local and intimate travel experience will be rather an advantage.

The main attraction of the town, the Cathedral of St. Lawrence is open and ready to receive visitors, just as the city museum. Fortress Kamerlengo is unfortunately closed, and it is expected to open its door in spring this year.

Find more info about places to visit in my Trogir travel guide.

Fortress Kamerlengo
Fortress Kamerlengo
Trogir Cathedral entrance
Trogir Cathedral entrance

Life is mostly back to normal in Croatia, and the same is valid for Trogir. Masks are still obligatory in indoor places. Public events are limited, and some of them can be attended only if one possesses a valid COVID certificate. Bars, restaurants, and coffee shops do not require the certificate.

Detail from Radovan's portal
Detail from Radovan's portal

Zvonimr Peran     2022-01-20

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