Split rests on the cerulean waters of the Adriatic Sea. Here, within the still-inhabited Roman Ruins of Diocletian’s Palace, you’ll find bell tower views from the Cathedral of St. Domnius and many bustling labyrinthine passageways overflowing with lively music and great food. For a swim or an afternoon spent lounging beneath the shade of an umbrella, go to Bacvice Beach.

    The Ivan Mestrovic Gallery houses the work of one of Croatia’s most beloved artists. It's also excellent for a leisurely stroll before tackling a hike up nearby Marjan Hill.

    Where & what to eat in Split

    • 10 Places Where Locals Love to Eat in Split

      Dining in Split is a joy for those who like to stray off the well-trod tourist track and delve into Dalmatian cuisine. Influenced by its location on the Mediterranean coast, a Dalmatian menu in Split typically features a lot of fish and seafood, as well as local ingredients like almonds, figs, grapes, and citrus fruits. Eat your way through...

    Where to go & what to do at night in Split

    • 10 Best Nightlife Experiences in Split

      Split's nightlife allows you to see this Croatian city in a different light. While it's known for its rich culture and history, it's clear that there’s plenty to see and do for nightlife aficionados. The main areas for Split’s after-dark attractions are its Riva promenade for evening strolls along the seafront and the narrow streets of Diocletian’s Palace with...

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    • 10 Money-Saving Tips in Split, Croatia

      Travelling to Split on a budget is certainly doable. The largest city in the Dalmatian region is a lively and exciting place to be, with several UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a vibrant nightlife scene that won’t break the bank. With so much to see and do, travellers on a budget might be worried about missing out on the top...

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