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Split Croatia, is a historical port city located on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea
It’s home to Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a beautiful promenade in front of the old town.
Whether you have one day or one month to spend in Split
this reel will give you an idea of the many sites to visit.
Get Lost in the Old Quarter
exploring the old quarter is one of the best free things to do. Where you’ll find narrow pedestrian areas, a market & countless cafes on Marmont Street.
Admire Diocletian’s Palace
Diocletian’s Palace Built in 4th century AD. it’s best to pay the entrance fee to enter the cellars! Palace’s basement area was the emperor’s private apartment complex.
Dine at Riva Promenade
Between Diocletian’s Palace and the Adriatic Sea, the Riva is a great place to enjoy views of Split’s bell tower, and where you can book a boat tour if you fancy.
Hike Marjan Hill
Marjan Hill is a great activity to get some light exercise and enjoy views of Split. Aside from city and ocean views, you can explore a Jewish cemetery and two churches.
Watch a Show in Peristil Square
It is an iconic site with two massive Corinthian colonnades framing the Roman court. It’s common to encounter festivals & theater performances during the summer.
Go Back in Time to the Archaeological Museum
Split’s Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments is a must-see for history buffs. It contains over 20,000 artifacts collected from the city’s ruins.
Ready To Explore Split, Croatia?
Whether you enjoy active vacations scaling cliffs or want to sip on wine beside the promenade, you’re in for a treat by visiting Split.