If you’re wondering what to do in Split, check our recommendation below and find out all interesting facts about Split. Here you can find information about the history, events, and attractions to visit during your stay. The Dalmatian Coast is one of the most charming destinations in the whole of Europe and Split is one of the reason. The second biggest city in Croatia is located in the south of the country and it has a historical legacy that dates back to Roman times which is also a World Heritage Site declared by UNESCO. Its old streets, excellent cuisine, and the nearby Adriatic Islands makes Split a city that you can’t miss.
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Popular Tours & Attractions
SPLIT WALKING TOUR
Walk through the 1700 years of history of Split old town and Diocletian’s palace with professional guides who will bring the past alive and share the facts and the inside stories with you. In 2 hours you will do sightseeing of the Roman part of town, and the old part of town. The tour is offered in English and Spanish (other languages as private tours).
THE BLUE CAVE TOUR
Explore the most beautiful Croatian islands during this 10-hour speedboat tour. Visit Biševo island and its famous Blue Cave, Vis, Budikovac, Ravnik, and Hvar & Pakleni islands, while stopping for sightseeing, swimming, snorkeling and soaking the Mediterranean sun.This trip provides stunning scenery and endless photo opportunities!
NP PLITVICE LAKES
At NP Plitvice Lakes, 16 azure pools spill into each other creating waterfalls up to 70 m tall surrounding you with a veil of mist, with sounds and views that you will never forget. Whatever the time of year, you will have an unforgettable day at Plitvice Lakes. In Summer you can enjoy the sparkling turquoise refreshing waters.
KRKA & ŠIBENIK TOUR
Reach the truly magnificent Krka National Park and surrender yourself to the beauty of its nature and the powerful sound of its waterfalls. The power of this water has a great historical value, as this is the place that made Šibenik famous by providing electricity and making Šibenik the first city in the world with electricity powered street lights!
The Old Town of Dubrovnik, a famous UNESCO site, is one of the most visited and photographed destinations in all Europe, known for its wonderful Renaissance and Baroque architecture, red brick roofs and its two kilometers long walls.
When visiting Croatia, Dubrovnik is certainly a must-see destination.
MOSTAR & HERZEGOVINA
Visit the rocky ambient of Herzegovina on this one-day tour. Pass through the beautiful Počitelj city on your way to the incredible city of Mostar – the highlight of the tour. Mostar is a small picturesque town, famous for its Old Bridge from the 16th century and professional jumpers who jump from the bridge into the cold Neretva River.
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10 things to see in Split
- RIVA – the most famous promenade in Croatia (2 min)
- PERISTIL & ST.DOMNIUS – a symbol of the city (3 min)
- REPUBLIC SQUARE – unique historical square (5 min)
- DIOCLETIAN’S PALACE – house of the Roman emperor (1 min)
- MARJAN HILL – Green oasis, known as the “lungs of the city” (15 min)
- BACVICE BEACH – Sandy beach (10 min)
- ZVONČAC– relaxing area by the sea, near the nautical ACI Marina Split (7 min)
- KASJUNI BEACH – attractive pebble beach (20 min)
- GRGUR NINSKI STATUE – touch a lucky golden toe and make a wish (5 min)
- PJACA – the oldest square in Split (2 min)