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The St. Lawrence Cathedral

Trogir, Croatia
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The cathedral, called St. John among local citizens, is the highest building in Trogir, dominating the area.
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  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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“front door” (4 reviews)
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Trogir, Croatia
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

My wife and I were here on a tour from UK in mid-May. We were wandering on our own with friends, went into the Cathedral, and climbed the stairs very carefully... to the top and got some beautiful views of the city and other sights.

Thank paulgentle
Reviewed 6 days ago

Well worth the entrance fee. Impressive sculptures and architecture throughout but pay extra attention to the entrance. Great views from the bell tower.

Thank RBrog
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great architecture of various periods in the tower. An attractive interior with some beautiful paintings. Most impressive carved fifteenth century choir stalls. Worth a visit.

Thank P3513RGsimonp
Reviewed 1 week ago

Good the bell tower is very high though not good for small kids Though beautiful Nice wall art Brilliant

Thank 3ubh
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our tour guide told us it took 5 centuries to build the clock tower of this cathedral. You can see the different styles in the architecture of each level. Worth stopping by to see if you are in Trogir.

1  Thank CCG1982
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A splendid example of Romanesque/Gothic architecture, with its famous portal, work of Master Radovan. Built between 1213 and 1589

Thank Tarik D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

While driving from Sibenik to Split on the coastal route, we stopped by Trogir for a coffee and to experience the old town for a few hours. Nice cathedral to visit with a beautiful entrance, interesting treasury and artwork and the bell tower. The way...More

Thank Martijn P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

25 kuna entry allows access to the cathedral, treasury and the bell tower which is similar to the one in split. The church is interesting, worth looking at the intricate stonework detail at the entrance and the chapel. See if you can spot the skulls....More

Thank Sarah D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The cathedral is full of religious art in forms of sculptures, paintings, shrines, crosses etc.; you could easily spend a few hours here admiring it all. The very floor you walk on is also full of history. There’s even a treasure chamber here with unique,...More

Thank Jarle H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The portal of this cathedral is one of the gems of Romanesque architecture. A lovely interior and a stunning belltower to climb (not for the faint hearted!) and take in the wondeful views of the islands around.

Thank tmacquiban
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Jayne H
15 September 2016|
Response from Elphax | Reviewed this property |
I have no idea, I guess that IT is better to visit and ask a guide
Jayne H
15 September 2016|
Response from ora_11 | Reviewed this property |
Trogir is a nice old city, to walk in the narrow street, there is a campenila in the cathedral and staires to go up, the panoramic view around is very nice, maybe the chandlier is in the cathedral.
Toma T
24 February 2015|
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Response from OpaMarnie | Reviewed this property |
I think the cost is €3.50 for entry, which covers entry to the church sections and the bell tower. Well worth it. Our best photos are from the bell tower!