Trogir is one of those places you definitely should visit but outside of the tourist season. The amount of people walking up and down the narrow cobbled stone streets is just too overwhelming. Especially if you are a photographer and want a clean shot of a certain subject. In that kind of situations point your camera up or manage to incorporate tourists into the frame and make it look artistic.
Now, on why you should visit Trogir. Even during the tourist rush hours. Because it is packed with history, beautiful gothic architecture and overall nice little corners. Not to mention the historic city center is classified as the UNESCO world heritage site.
I think Trogir should be experienced in other seasons, as well. I suppose during wintertime, the streets are never ghost town empty but I do believe they hold a different kind of Dalmatia, hidden from the tourist eye. (Even though, I was a tourist myself. In my own country, though. ) The kind of streets that would portray mostly local, everyday people who keep the town alive.
I have a feeling I don’t take enough photos during my visits to different cities. I really want to provide a variety of different shots in order for you to experience the cities a bit more, through my work. Maybe, in this case that was bigger than me because I only had an hour or two to walk around the town. And I haven’t seen all of it. Always finding a good excuse, Ines. That is always somehow your thing, excuses. Sigh. God bless. ^^