It is a small town passing from Split to Ducheng. I only went to the very famous fortress. Although it is not big, it is still very majestic. I rarely see travel agencies. Take a walk on Palm Avenue, good parking
When I arrived early in the morning, there were almost no tourists in this old city. As soon as it was almost noon, all the tourists appeared. The whole old city was very lively, combining tourism and commerce.
Tragurian-Tragurian, meaning "goat island", was established in the ancient city in the 3rd century BC. On a small island, there are churches and historical buildings of all ages. Let’s sit by the sea and come to a delicious brunch, eat and chat while taking pictures... It’s so fun!
The historic city of Trogir, close to Split, is a commercial city and port. In this city, buildings of various periods are accumulated together, the charm of history, walking into the ancient city, the traces left by the years can be seen everywhere, which is intoxicating and lingering.
Troqir Island (Troqir) is about 20 kilometers away from Split. It is a beautiful and old city with a history of 2000 years and a World Cultural Heritage Site. The ancient city is located on a small island, where there is the shortest "cross-sea bridge", and all kinds of ships, large and small, are moored in the narrow waterways.
This small city was built in the 3rd century and is famous for its medieval walls, labyrinthine streets, and a large number of well-preserved buildings in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, ancient Greece and Rome, and the medieval Venetian Renaissance. Although it has experienced many vicissitudes of life, it is fortunate that the buildings in Trogir have been well preserved. UNESCO’s evaluation of the old city of Trogir is “well preserved the continuity of cities in different eras”. There is not a single modern building in the entire old city, really not one! The protection of historical relics abroad is really very good, and it is worth learning and thinking about. The towns on the Adriatic sea all have a full of charm of the Mediterranean. Different from the blue and white romantic theme of the Greek island in the Aegean Sea, there is more simplicity and historical solemnity here! The narrow and bumpy stone alleys and the antique buildings on both sides are like a maze, and there are surprises at every corner! For those of us who like to make soap flakes, this place is simply a paradise of concave shapes!