Split , Adriatic’s brightest pearl, located under beautiful park-forest Marjan hill – lungs of the city.
Diocletian, the Roman Emperor chose this wonderful location for a reason to build his palace more than 1700 years ago. Diocletian’s palace is one of the rarest UNESCO’s cultural heritage in the world, where people are still living in and is free for all passengers and tourists to visit.
One of the #mustsee things in Split are Dioceltian’s substructures. The main reason that the historical core of the Split city is put on UNESCO’s cultural heritage list. To reach the tunnels you have to walk down the stairs from Peristyle where you can visit St. Duje’s Church bell tower, which is 60 meters tall and you have a stunning panoramic city view.
#funfact Diocletian’s substructures were one of the locations where Game of Thrones was filmed.
Visiting Split implies enjoying our crystal-clear sea and our lovely beaches. The first and the most popular beach in the city of Split is the Bačvice beach. It is a sandy beach, where the sea level is very low and is perfect for families or couples. You can choose from just enjoying the beach and sunny weather while sipping on your cup of coffee or simply dancing inside Split’s most popular night clubs and bars.
As we mentioned, the lungs of the city ‘Marjan park-forest’ is priceless for its untouched nature, beautiful churches built inside the hill and lovely city and coastal view. It is great for all kinds of sport and recreation activities. It has trim tracks, outdoor training equipment, sport playgrounds. Also, it is perfect for families and small children because it has various child playgrounds. Another great sandy beach is located here named Bene where you can sit and relax in an excellent restaurant ‘Benedikt’.
#localsecret A definite must-try delight food is pizza ‘Corner Hotel’ with dalmatian ingredients
To get the real experience of Split and Dalmatia’s spirit you must go on one match of football club Hajduk. Witness the unbelievable passion of club’s supporters ‘Torcida’ which is also the oldest club firm in Europe.
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