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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."""
From EUR40.00
 
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
From EUR18.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Split

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Solin

This was the main living center for the Illyrian Delmaeti tribe and in the Greeks used it for trading over many centuries in BC. The Romans continued that trading commerce that covered much of the...
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Trogir

This island town is only 20 miles form Split and a nice visits for one day. There are sites to take in such as CAthedral of St. Lovre and bell tower, museum(but it was closed and has been for 2...
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Poljud (area and stadium)

Opposite the Poljud football stadium you will find lots of giant blocks of flats that date back to socialist Yugoslavia. There are hardly any shops there and the buildings are pretty depressing. We...
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Kastela

Kastel Gomilica is practicaly the suburb of Split, along with other six places starting with initial name of Kastel (castle). Sedam Kaštela, the Seven Castles, are located on the north seashore of...
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Marjan Hill

The gates were unfortunately closed so I just had the opportunity to take this little glimpse of the cemetary.... Also, worth visiting is Marjan Forest Park, the green oasis the citizens of Split have...
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Otok Vis & Bisevo

Medvidina cave on the island of Biševo, not far from Komiža, is very interesting geomorphologically. Its entrance on the sea surface is relatively large-sized but these dimensions gradually decrease...
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Otok Hvar

This is one of the many islands that lie outside Split, it's a beautiful place. With beautiful scenery, nature, views, buildings, and so much more. It is worth to visit! Lived here for 2 weeks and it...
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Otok Brac

BOL - The beaches on Brac have something special, particularly the Zlatni Rat beach -- their gravel promontory shifts from side to side as the wind and waves constantly change their shapes. There are...
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Omis / river Cetina

The canyon of the Cetina River stretches from the mouth near the town of Omis and 10 kilometers upstream. The canyon is one of the most remarkable geomorphological phenomena which was formed by the...
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Klis fortress

Played a key role in Dalmatian history and the development of the Uskok legend.Source: Alphonsi Lasor A Varea (Pseud. v. Raffaello Savonarola ): Universus Terrarum Orbis Scriptorum Calamo Delineatus:...
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Hidden away

Hidden inside the Golden Gate of Split's Roman walls, the tiny church of St Martin occupies what was once a passage in the guardroom over the gate. Less than 2 metres wide and almost 10 metres long,...
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Eagles of the 9th

It's a real shame but, for all the visitors it gets, Split's Archeological Museum does rate as 'Off the Beaten Path". The museum is truly excellent. It's worth seeking out just for the two magnificent...
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Primosten-An island village of the Hill

Wonderful scenery of this old Medieval village is the reason to come here. WE did not have time to stop, but got a couple of pictures of the long range view and landscape. The Turks tried to conquer...
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Grgur Ninski/Gregory of Nin

Gregory of Nin was a 10th-century bishop who strongly opposed the Pope and official circles of the Church and introduced the Croatian language in the religious services after the Great Assembly in...
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Buvinina 2, Split, 21000, Croatia
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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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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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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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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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"Diocletian-A Palace that Started a City"
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"Ouch, it's time to Split!"
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"Sunny days in Split"
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