Through The Streets Of Ancient
During my trip across Croatia, I visited many great cities and landmarks, but Split is my favourite. Its narrow streets make you feel true history upon you. Let’s explore everything from a World Heritage ancient palace and cathedral up to lively palm-lined promenades on the shore of the Adriatic Sea.
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The former palace complex, built in the 4th century AD, forms about a half of today’s old town of Split. Peristil square is the centre. You can visit the top of Saint Domnius Cathedral for great views of the seaside and also Diocletian’s cellars.
Taste Of History
Filled with numerous shops and restaurants, the Palace and adjacent historic buildings are the beating heart of the city. Make your way to the main plaza to enjoy the local cuisine and walk the streets to find all hidden gems the city has on offer.
Ice Cream By The Sea
Alined with the shore, the promenade gets you from the old town all the way to the cafés in the harbour. Don’t stop in the lively part, continue towards the Marina to get a picture of the historic part of the city with high mountains in distance.