Travel Tuesday: Trogir, Croatia

June 21, 2016
Trogir is a town near Split, Croatia, and even closer to Split airport than the main city. On our last day in Croatia we decided to take the bus from Split to the airport much earlier than our flight, and take it one more stop to spend the day in Trogir.

Even though there was a luggage room (not individual lockers) at the bus station, we were told it was too full for our backpacks and so we had to carry them around with us all day. 

After getting an iced coffee at a cafe near the fortress, we made our way back to the main square. Neither of us wanted to lug our backpacks around with us, so we took turns sitting in the square with our stuff and exploring the island.


I spent more time in the square, as I started to draw the tower of the cathedral. I didn't get very far because it was so intricate and I had to keep erasing and redrawing the tiny windows and ledges.

We found a restaurant with its menu posted outside where we could get dinner (and leave a tip) with the remaining of our Kuna. It was surprisingly good for a tourist place, and after that we headed back to the bus station.

You could easily see all of Trogir in under an hour, however Split airport is so small that we might have missed the stop if we hadn't already passed it once, We took bus 37 from Sukisan, at the intersections of Mazuranicevo Setaliste and Domovinskog rata Streets to Trogir, and the 37 back one stop to get to the airport.

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