Croatia, Split Travel Guide
“There is no place like Split“, as the locals love to say.
Split, the largest city on the Dalmatian Coast, has become one of the most popular summer destinations in Europe. The vibrant coastal town is a perfect combination of tradition and modernity. A destination in Croatia, chosen by many families, and groups of friends, with plenty attractions and activities for everyone’s taste.
Split’s streets and Riva are rich in a forrest beautiful palms and exotic plants. A city known for its beautiful architecture, exquisite cuisine, and culture – Split is a must-see destination during a gulet charter in Croatia. The city remains the main port of a large number of gulets and yachts in the Dalmatian region.
This Croatian city is the ancient home of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, where he built the famous Diocletian’s Palace, now protected under the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Diocletian’s Palace is one of the most impressive Roman monuments and together with The Cathedral of St. Domnius and the Pjaca Clock Towers represent the beautiful historical monuments you’ll find strolling around the Old Town. You can walk around the 1700 years old streets and learn about the intriguing history of the city.
The Diocletian’s Palace is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Split, and the best time to visit it in the summer, is in the morning, which will help you avoid the crowds and the heat.
Cathedral of St. Domnius
The Cathedral of St.Domnius, known locally as Sveti Dujam, is the Catholic cathedral in Split. The Cathedral today, is the primary place of the liturgy.
The Bell Tower
The bell tower of the Cathedral is the most original Dalmatian Medieval architecture started in the 13th century and also one of the main attractions in Split. For a nice view of the city, you can climb to the top and enjoy a special experience.
One of the favorite places of all locals is the trendy “Splitska Riva” or the Port of Split. There you will find many lively bars, charming restaurants and trendy boutiques in one place.
Split has it all: culture, history, and nature. Just a ten-minute walk from the city center, you can enjoy some Mediterrane vegetation and climb Marjan Hill. Often called “the lungs of Split”, Marjan has a large concentration of pines and cactuses. The hill offers one of the most incredible views of the entire city, Marjan is a great place for all nature lovers that enjoy a relaxing walk and stroll in nature. From the top, you can enjoy one of the most incredible views of the entire city of Split.