Bus Station Trogir

Address Kneza Trpimira 2
Phone number 021 882 947

About Bus Station Trogir

    How to get to the station

    Trogir is a small town, so consequently, there is no city bus with which you'll reach the bus station Trogir. The only way to get to the bus station Trogir is on foot if you are near the city center or with a taxi if you are somewhere else. Keep in mind that you can pay taxi more than expected during the summer months or during the tourist season. Trogir is an ideal place to start exploring the rest of Dalmatia.

    What can I find here?

    The bus station Trogir is located in the very center of the city, and is not the "new" station, so don't let your expectations to be too big. Right next to the station is located one of Trogir shopping center "Konzum", a large grocery store.

    The old town of Trogir is one minute away or two by foot from the bus station Trogir, and there you can find ATMs and banks, set in the old town center, kiosks and everything you may need.

    The bus station in Trogir is extremely well connected with other cities in Dalmatia, but also wider. This is also why is not a problem to arrive from Trogir to one of the following destinations: Dubrovnik, Pula, Plitvice Lakes, Makarska, Rijeka, Varazdin etc. If we miss something, ask at the Bus Station at the Information Office. Timetables and other information related to the bus you can see on Vollo browser for each bus line that is being offered.

    If you have a couple of hours?

    There is no need to list sights in Trogir when all Trogir is famous. If you have free time until the next bus, most cultural monuments and buildings you will see in a walk through the old town. Among the most famous monuments are the Cathedral of St.Lawrence with Radovan portal and Kamerlengo tower.

    The Old Town of Trogir is a city museum in its literal sense - it is completely under the protection of UNESCO.

    At the beginning of the market, next to the bus station is a "fast food", and within the old town a lot of restaurants and cafés where you can refresh.

    Prices are in line with other cities in Croatia or similar, regardless of tourist season.

    In most of the bar's coffee with milk will cost you about 10 KN (around 1,5 EUR), Nescafe 12 KN (less than 2 EUR) and half a liter of beer will cost you 19 KN (less than 3 EUR). Of the food, for pizza, you will have to pay 40 KN (around 6 EUR) on average, for jumbo pizza you'll pay 70 KN (less than 10 EUR) as well as mixed meat. The octopus salad is offered for 60 KN (8 EUR), for fish, depending on the type of fish, you'll pay from 40 to 150 KN (from 5 to 20 EUR).

    Where to go next?

    When exploring Trogir, due to the small road distance Trogir-Split, you can make a one-day trip to this city and get to know the rich historical core of Emperor Diocletian and his palace which was enrolled in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979, and walk the famous Split's promenade next to the sea, Riva. Visit Prokurative, a venue of various events during the summer, and if you have time visit the fortress of Klis, not far from Split, which is also one of the filming locations of mega popular series "Games of Throne".

    Half an hour from Split by bus is a popular tourist place Omis, which is ideal for an active holiday. There you can hike to Fortica Fortress from where you can admire magnificent views of Omis, Cetina Canyon, and surrounding islands.

    In Omis, you can try rafting on one of the famous rafting routes through the canyon of Cetina, or zip-line, or swim under the waterfalls of Mala Gubavica or Velika Gubavica waterfalls and many other things.

    If you think this is not interesting enough, then go north and visit the Krka National Park and the waterfalls of exceptional beauty where you can refresh in the summer months and swim under one of them.

    Traveling further, only 60km from Trogir, you will come to Sibenik, which has a magnificent Cathedral of St. James, with 71 sculptures of human heads as decorative elements at the Cathedral, and was enrolled on the UNESCO World Heritage List 2000.

    Besides the Cathedral as the most interesting sights, go walk through the old core of Sibenik and get lost in its colorful streets. Do not forget to visit all four Sibenik fortresses and enjoy the unbelievably and beautiful view of the Sibenik area.

    If you continue further towards the northern Adriatic, you will pass through many smaller and larger places such as Vodice, Zadar, Nin, etc. Finally, it's worth to mention popular route Trogir-Zagreb with a total distance of 382 kilometers.

    Vollo Tip

    Please note that the prices in the cafes and restaurants on the waterfront and square in front of the Cathedral of St. Lawrence is more expensive and do not guarantee a higher quality.