One of the most charming destinations located near Split is a small UNESCO town called Trogir. Whether you go there for a day visit, or for a multi-day vacation, Trogir will not leave you unimpressed. With its UNESCO protected Cathedral, Riva with a charming atmosphere, old town, and fortress Kamerlengo, Trogir is an interesting spot to all generations and groups of people.
I went there for a visit on June 2, to check the atmosphere of the town, and if there were any visitors.
Trogir in June 2022
Trogir is lively and welcoming in June 2022, as you can see from the photos. Visitors are enjoying the early vibes of the summer season. There are no crowds yet in the town, which may be an advantage for relaxed sightseeing.
The good news is that all the restrictions due to pandemics are lifted, including rules related to social distancing, border requirements, and wearing masks.
Tourist groups and excursions are back. If you want to find out more info about the town and its history, you can take a guided tour around the Cathedral and the old town.
Tourist agencies organise day trips from Trogir to nearby islands. Tour to the Blue Cave on Bisevo island is the most featured one.
Prices in Trogir in June 2022
Apartment renters, restaurants and coffee bars are aware of the financial difficulties experienced by many European citizens these days. That's why most of them did not increase the prices of their services despite the inflation.
If you want to have a coffee in the centre of Trogir, you will pay 12 - 16 kuna per cup (around 2 euros). If you want to have a beer, you will pay 20 - 35 kuna (3 - 5 euros).
Croatia will introduce the euro in 2023, so you still need to have kuna in your pocket this year.