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Split Trogir Walking Tour Excursion Reviews

Split Trogir Walking Tour cruise excursion
Overall Rating
A walking tour is the perfect way to explore the historic town of Trogir, including the Duke's Palace, the Fortress Kamerlengo, and the Cathedral of St. Lawrence.
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7 reviews
Not Rated
Aug 2014
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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image cltraveler
1 review
Jul 2013

We really enjoyed the walking tour of Trogir. Very interesting city!

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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image Lanny01
1 review
Jul 2012
Trogir is fantastic, forget about the Dalmatian village tour. Do your own Split walking tour.
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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image Bisbee16
6 reviews
Jun 2012
Split is a beautiful port and well worth the stop. Dolphins greeted us as we sailed into the port. We decided that we wanted to see some of the countryside so we took the Salona and Trogir excursion. Our guide was knowledgable and experienced. This was a worthwhile excursion involving a trip to a 2,000 year old Christian burial ground and to a walled city with labyrinth passages.
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image Seacucumber
13 reviews
May 2012
Split Croatia. This is a tender Port and a bit chaotic to reach the shore. Then we took a bus tour by ship to Salona Roman ruins and the historic town of Trogir located on an island. We purchased a kilo of fresh maraschino cherries from the farmer market that we later ate in our room. At every port there was always a farmer market with lots of fresh fruits, vegetables, fish and shellfish.
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Provider: Celebrity Cruises

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