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Tour Diocletian's Palace

Split grew inside and around the palace Roman emperor Diocletian built for his retirement. The Unesco World Heritage site and one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments can be explored on your own, or for the wholesome experience, take a guided tour.

Marjan Scenic Hike

Marjan hill is where Splitians go to the nature. Only minutes from downtown, the park offers hiking paths with unforgettable views of the city and the islands around it.


View from St. Domnius

The focal point of Split's skyline, the tower of Saint Domnius (Sveti Duje) cathedral offers magnificent views of the city's downtown from its bell-chamber. it's well worth the climb.

Ivan Mestrovic Gallery

Galerija Meštrović houses the masterpieces of Ivan Meštrović, arguably the biggest modern Croatian sculptor, carved in marble, bronze and wood. It's well worth the visit, not only for the larger-than-life sculptures, but also for its architecture: the house was built based on Meštrović's own design.

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Almost every day at city's main beach Bačvice you can find a group of hard-core picigin players. You can admire their aerial leaps in pursuit of a tiny ball from aside, or you can join in.

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Konoba Otprilike Ovako

Graba, the owner, will take you a few decades back in time to try what was cooked in Dalmatian taverns and households. Menu changes daily, based on the daily catch. Relaxed atmosphere, friendly staff, excellent food. Our favourite!

Konoba Stari Mornar

The Old Sailor ("stari Mornar" in translation) has everything - a seafront patio, wood-burning oven and traditional dishes you won't forget.

Konoba Lučac

Tucked just below Pazar (the Green Market), Konoba Lučac is a gem in hiding. Friendly staff and finger-licking seafood and gourmet dishes will leave a lasting impression.