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Private Small-Group Walking Tour of Split
"See the very best of town on 2h tour that includes Diocletian palace St. Duje Cathedral Peristil statue of Gregory of Nin The Golden Gate Vestibul Riva
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Split Independent Scooter Tour and Rental
"A scooter rental is an easy and fun way to see Split’s highlights! You will receive one included helmet for your safety while riding; all scooters allow a second passenger and a second helmet (mandatory) is available for free..Pick up a map in our Tourist Office in the very heart of Split Old Town and choose your own route! Drive up Bacvive beach from the waterfront and take in the picturesque scenery of the Mediterranean Sea as you ride along the coastal road. Visit beautiful jewels of Old Towngo up Marjan Hill or just go outside of the town and visit SalonaKlis FortressTrogir or Krka Waterfalls."""
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Secret Split Walking Tour
"Hear ghost stories legends and little-known facts about Split. There are hundreds of secrets in this awe-inspiring town. Take a stroll through 1700 years of history with an interesting guide who will bring the past alive. With him you can leave the usual tourist path to ex the St. Duje Cathedral Peristil and so much more. The possession of knowledge does not kill the sense of wonder and mystery hidden in the ancient walls of this town. Join us in this travel through time and unlock many secrets hiding under the surface."""Learn the countless secrets of this awe-inspiring town. The possession of knowledge does not kill the sense of wonder and mystery hidden in the ancient walls of Diocletian's Palace. Join us on this adventure full of wonder and surprises.title=Highlights&1=Explore+the+local+streets+on+a+walking+tour+of+the+city&2=Get+inside+tips+from+a+local&3=Soak+up+the+atmosphere+on+a+walking+tour&4=Step+back+in+time+on+a+history+tour&5=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide&6=Led+by+a+local+gu
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Outdoor life

The old core of Split is a network of short and narrow streets, very typical for all Mediterranean city structures raised in the medieval times. It is attractive for most of the tourists especially if...
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Local food

Split has a local beverage that can be found in many of the cafes and restaurants around town. It's called "Pipi" and has a cute little blonde with pigtails on the front. It's absolutely delicious,...
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Local Sports Supporters

This is the Croatian name for the inhabitants of Split. They are well known for the gregarious nature, love of singing, good food and drink and particularly for their devotion to sport. The local...
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Picigin

Picigin (pronounced "pizzighin") is a popular game played on beaches. It involves several players passing around a small ball and keeping it in the air and out of the water for as long as possible. As...
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Sveti Duje - Patron saint

There are four pillars by which the city of Split is known: Saint Duje, Marjan hill, Hajduk football club and Free Dalmatia newspaper. Saint Duje is the protector of the City, he was Solin bishop,...
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Mesdžid

This used to be Archiepiscopal Seminary and the first high school and public library in Split, founded in 1700 by Archbishop Stjepan Cosmi. The school and the library have been transfered to the other...
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Passage ways

Every passage way, corridor or short street is leading to somwhere no wrong footstep is possible. The only dead end street or passage way could be if entering in some private courtyard. During nights...
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The home of Emanuel Vidovic

Emanuel Vidovic (1870-1953) is Croatian painter and graphic artist. He was styding in Venice at the Academy of Arts but he never completed his formal studies. Instead he prefered to paint exteriors...
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Touch the big foot

The statue of Grgur Ninski is probably the most trafficked site in the town, by both locals and tourists, which the toe of the statue shows. According to the local beliefs rubbing the statue's toe...
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"Jato"

This sculpture is called "Jato" (flock) and is situated on the rocks, right next to the ACI Marina. Couldn't find any usefull informations regarding this sculpture, will ask Niksa (fellow member...
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Worth to see not easy to notice

The old core of Split has plenty of interesting details incorporated in the houses, some are visible at the first sight some not. Since the ancient times, the new churches bas been erected on a site...
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High Heels is the Status Symbol

There are an extremely large number of females that wear high heels, even on those irregular rock paved streets. These heels are not your ordinary height, as you can see. Along with the heels is the...
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Ferrel CAts All Over

There is a very large number of stray cats that somehow survive, and the locals seem to let it go unnoticed. Most cats are rather "mangy" and scrawny types form lack of food. I would not pet any for...
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Hang Out at the Market

There are a large number of people that come down to the market and stay most of the day. They are dressed in all types of garb, and of unique cultures for each. I have found that there is a LOT of...
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Top Things to Do in Split

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Diocletian's Palace

Diocletian was a late Roman emperor, the only one who voluntarily abdicated his throne. After stepping down, he came to what is now Split to build the palace for his retirement. The city of Split...
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Cathedral & Bell Tower

The cathedral and bell tower of St. Domnius were built from the mausoleum of Diocletian and are located right in the middle of the palace. There are several things to visit here - we paid for the...
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Marjan Hill

Marjan Hill is a forested peninsula just northeast of the Old Town Split and Diocletian's Palace. The hill is protected and heavily covered in Mediterranean pine forest. It's been used as a park and...
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Grgur Ninski Statue

I knew (the guide said) that the highlight in this place was the door, announced as the most beautiful, but... darkness didn't help. At least, the statue of the bishop Ninsky made by Mestrovic (I...
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Old Town

Split is the largest city in the region, and is the country’s busiest port. And though it tends to be more of a stop-over town, Split has much to offer. You can spend the day lounging on the beaches...
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Prokurative - Trg Republike

Is a fairly large square with beautiful buildings and galleries around. Equally impressive where the Prokurative is located here too, is a set of beautiful buildings on three sides of the square. The...
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"Varoš is the real soul of Split"
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"Diocletian-A Palace that Started a City"
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"Ouch, it's time to Split!"
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