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Blue Lagoon and Trogir Half-Day Speedboat Tour from Split
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Blue Lagoon and Trogir Half-Day Speedboat Tour from Split

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Widen your perspective of the Adriatic coastline on this half-day speedboat tour from Split, with a choice of morning or afternoon departure. Enjoy a hassle-free cruise to the remote Blue Lagoon for a refreshing swim or snorkel in its clear waters, then head to the UNESCO-listed town of Trogir for a glimpse of traditional coastal life–all the while benefiting from the more personalized service of a small-group tour.
$73.30 per adult
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Ⓜ️ MrMoreLight wrote a review Feb 2021
Montreal, Canada1536 contributions15527 helpful votes
First thing we did was visit the Fortress Kamerlengo. You will climb up the stairs and follow the perimeter walls where you will wait for other tourists to clear the way for you to take pictures. The views are quite nice and the visit is not too expensive. No exhibits of interests inside. Would make a great venue for a trance party though. Try to go off hours to maximize your time running into other people. Average visit, worth a picture or two. Move on.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lukasz8dosz wrote a review Sep 2020
Wroclaw, Poland536 contributions100 helpful votes
Beautiful views of the old town, promenade and the sea, it is worth visiting while sightseeing in the old town.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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shazbatzannie wrote a review Aug 2020
Bakewell, United Kingdom487 contributions177 helpful votes
It’s small but worth a walk up to the top for the views. I have seen that some nights they use it as a theatre, it would be an amazing venue.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Brian R wrote a review Jul 2020
Aarhus, Denmark685 contributions213 helpful votes
Old fortress built by the Venetians back in 11th to 14th century as far as I remember. The big tower with a stunning view is the oldest part of the area. Not much for children, but there are great trampolines outside the castle.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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dori_lukey wrote a review Feb 2020
Singapore, Singapore651 contributions2986 helpful votes
If you have ever wondered how forts looked like in the past, this is quite the interesting place to visit. We weren't able to enter the fort because its winter time, but you can just walk around it and take good pictures. Good to see the opening timings and cost if you're interested to enter the fort.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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