How to arrive to Trogir?
You can arrive in Trogir by road, air and sea. The city is situated just next to the Adriatic highway which connects the south of Croatia with the Europe. If you arrive from the north, the main road D1 that goes from Zagreb, over Karlovac, Gračac and Knin, will get you to Trogir. If you arrive from Italy, you should take the Adriatic highway over Rijeka, Senj, Zadar and Šibenik.
The international airport "Split" is only 3 km far from Trogir.
Near Trogir (approximately 30 km far) there is also a bigger transit centre Split. Split is a town which has extraordinary good bus-connections with every country in Europe, a railway station and a port in which both merchant and passenger ships put to shore. If you arrive to Split by sea, you can do it by regular lines, alongside the Adriatic shore (Rijeka, Zadar, and Dubrovnik) or by international lines (Ancona, Persara, Bari, Venice).
Every 30 minutes there is a regular bus line from Split to Trogir of a local bus company "Promet" - a bus number 37.
Trogir on Map of Croatia
How to arrive to Sevid?
See How to Arrive to Trogir.
Sevid is situated 40 km west from Split, 12 km west from Trogir and 15 km south from Primosten.
Buses to Sevid: Line No. 50, operating by PROMET Split.
Micro map of Sevid (source: Trogir On Line)
Car: Croatian Auto Club, ViaMichelin (route planner).
Bus: Zagreb Bus Terminal, Split Bus Terminal, Promet Split.
Train: Deutsche Bahn, Croatian Railways
Plane: Split Airport, Zagreb Airport
Boat: Jadrolinija, SEM Marina
Tourist Board of Split and Dalmatia County
Croatian Tourist Board
Arrival to Trogir (Trogir On Line)
Arrival to Sevid (Trogir On Line)