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Things to Visit in Split: 9 Essentials
Split is a Croatian city of almost half a million inhabitants and with nearly two thousand years of history. Currently, the city has an important seaport and an outstanding tourist activity that make up the main economic drivers of this city.
Since 1979, the historic center of Split has been recognized by Unesco as a World Heritage Site. This whole historical area of the city built around the Diocletian's Palace and which would end up shaping the current Split has numerous attractions that deserve to be visited.
Tour the Immense Palace of Diocletian
This grand palace with 16 towers and fully walled is not only one of the main attractions of Split, it is also a fundamental part of the city's origins and one of the most recognizable monuments of it today.
Within the palace itself there are places of special interest such as Porta Aurea, Porta Argentea, Porta Ferrea and Porta Aenea, Split Cathedral, the Diocletian Mausoleum, the Baptistery of St. John and the Imperial Apartments building.
Visit the Great Statue of St. Gregory
At the entrance to the historic center is the Statue of St. Gregory, a 1954 sculptor Ivan Mestrovic that impresses with its large size. In addition, it is said, if you make a wish by touching the big toe of the statue, it comes true.
Walk through the alleys of Split
The narrow streets of Split are definitely one of its attractions. Dozens of charming alleys and curiosities that can only be discovered if we get lost in them.
Enjoy a Walk on the Sea Shore
One of the best areas for walks or drinks. The promenade starts from the medieval area to the Varos district, the most authentic neighborhood in the city. We will also find the four marinas available in Split.
Visit the Sights of the Barrio Varos
This district of humble origin is currently the most authentic and picturesque in the city, a place with all kinds of people and locals that are especially interesting. Also in the neighborhood are the churches of San Nicolas and San Francisco.
Enjoy the beautiful views from Marjan Hill
This hill on the edge of the city, has a height of 174 meters, allowing you to enjoy excellent views of the city. In addition, its natural environment is very pleasant and suitable for hiking, walking or relaxing.
Shop at Split Central Market
In many cities it is very interesting to go through its central market and Split would not be less. Both in the fish market and in the so-called green market we will find many stalls where you can see local products and some local where you can taste them.
Visit the various museums of the city
Split has several interesting museums such as the Archaeological Museum, the Art Gallery, the Ethnographic Museum or the City Museum of Split.
Family Fun at Bacvice Beach
In and around Split there are no sandy beaches, one exception is Bacvice, the most popular beach in Split and its surroundings.
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Piazza Heritage Hotel
Kraj Svete Marije 1
Avg. price/night: 373 EUR
Balatura Split Luxury Rooms
Avg. price/night: 250 EUR
Serenity Split Apartments
Bubalova ul. 4
Avg. price/night: 397 EUR
Grgur Ninski Rooms
Avg. price/night: 192 EUR
Rokova ulica 26
Avg. price/night: 339 EUR
Heritage Hotel Antique Split
Poljana Grgura Ninskog 1
Avg. price/night: 290 EUR
Poljičkih Knezova 51
Avg. price/night: 110 EUR
Split Allure Apartments
Avg. price/night: 108 EUR
Palace Judita Heritage Hotel
Narodni trg 4
Avg. price/night: 321 EUR
Central Palace Rooms
Mihovilova Sirina 5
Avg. price/night: 45 HRK
Residence by Vestibul Palace
Avg. price/night: 346 EUR
Banica Apartments & Rooms
Petra Krešimira 6
Avg. price/night: 131 EUR