Address: Drniska 6, 21223 Okrug Gornji - Croatia
Tel: +385 (0) 21 887 428
GSM: +385 (0) 91 518 99 39
BY CARThe most popular way to travel to Croatia is by car, and the easiest way is via the A1 highway. Traveling on the new highway, which connects Zagreb and Dalmatia provides fast and comfortable travel without traffic jams on the road. Exit the highway near Trogir, in Prgomet, which is only a few kilometers from Trogir. When you leave the highway in Prgomet, go about 8 km, over Labin and Planog. You come to an intersection where you go straight, you pass shopping centers Lidl and Kaufland and arrive at a roundabout (first exit, to the right), continue to the next roundabout for the new by the bridge (3rd exit from the roundabout). After crossing the bridge, again coming to the roundabout and go to the second exit. After only a few hundred meters, turn right to the Okrug Gornji. Follow the road about 1,500 meters (to school), and then at the first intersection, turn left (direction Rastići) and drive for about 1000 m. At the crossroads (near Laundry Service) again go left and drive about 50m on the first turn go right (Drniška street). At the end of the street, turn left, Apartments LM are the second house on the left.
BY CAR - BOATFrom Rijeka to Split, there are regular daily ferry lines. Tickets can be booked at travel agencies. Split is the second largest Croatian port and associated with ferry connections with ports: Ancona, Bari, Corfu, Naples and Venice.
BY AIRFor all European and world capitals, can be several times a day land at the airport Resnik, 4 km away from Trogir.
BY TRAINSplit is connected by rail with the rest of the Croatian, and thus with the rest of Europe. The railway station is located in the center of Split near the ferry port and the bus station. To Trogir is still possible to reach by car, ship or bus.