Split Things to Do

  • Cathedral & Bell Tower
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Most Viewed Things to Do in Split

  • 1. Diocletian's Palace

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The upper side of the palace is... a fabulous mess. A whole town has grown inside it, with some original remains, as the peristyle and Jupiter's temple, side by side with posterior constructions,...

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  • 2. 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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  • 3. Cathedral & Bell Tower

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Not far from Vestibule the Peristyle area. This is a wonderful plaza that is on both sides with a colonnade ornamented. Among the sights there are two sphinxes are from Egypt. The Cathedral of St....

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  • 4. Marjan Hill

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    A must see is Marjan Forest Park,carefully maintained and cherished. The park includes promenades, vista points, solariums, nature paths, playgrounds and the Split zoo.... A marvellous view is...

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  • 5. Grgur Ninski Statue

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 6. Bacvice

    this is not one of the beach resorts or mega hotels that you see out side split. you dont see many tourists there. clear (and very cold) water, sandy beach in one part and concrete woterfront with...

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  • 7. Pjaca - Narodni Trg Square

    The plaza is called Pjaca in Croat and means People's square. It was first mentioned in 13th century, and became part of the expansion outside the walls as the town expanded. The town hall is now just...

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  • 8. Prokurative - Trg Republike

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 9. Riva & Harbour

    The Port of Split (Croatian: Luka Split) is a port in the central Dalmatian city of Split, Croatia. The port was originally a trading post originally established by Greek settlers from the island of...

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  • 10. Islands

    Lying just 13km off the coast from Split, the island of Brac is a really popular destination, both as somewhere to go for a day and, better by far, somewhere to stay for a few nights. Most day...

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  • 11. Fish Market

    You can smell the aroma from Riva Boulevard all the way up Marmontova, the more exclusive side of the city. The fish market is a real hub of activity in the morning hours and dies down to close up...

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  • 12. Croatian National Theater

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Croatian National Theatre is a good looking building. The original theatre dating back to 1859 was destroyed in a fire in 1881. For the present theatre the location was changed. The present...

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  • 13. Sulphur Baths

    I am not sure if there excist any other Secession building in Split besides Sulphur baths in Marmontova street. This construction was built in the very beginning of the 19th century and is fine...

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  • 14. Mestrovic Museum

    He created 2,000 sculptures over a 60 year life span of sculpting. Ivan was also a very good artist besides the sculptures. He had a weak side for nude "full body" women, but apparently the mistress...

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  • 15. Veli Varos

    There are two churches of note; Kris church and St. Mikula. Kris is under renovation while we were there and it has an onion dome tracing back to the eastern influence. St. Mikula harks back to 11th...

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  • 16. City Museum - Gradski Muzej

    The City museum is situated in the Papulic palace. It has a collection of weapons, some artworks from Medieval period through the 18th century, and some pictures and books of the city history, in...

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  • 17. Brela

    BRELA - Brela are situated by the sea-side, in a rich pine forest, below Mount Biokovo. Brela's beautiful, clean and well-known pebble beaches, shadowed by centennial pines, clean sea, Mediterranean...

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  • 18. Walking

    The old town is quit small and most of it inside Diocletian's Palace. Diocletian did build this massive Palace for his retirement in the early 4, century, after the 7. century people started ti live...

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  • 20. The "missed" Town

    We arrived late in Split, just in time to a very quick visit to the historic center, and I felt sorry for not having one more day to explore the town. At a...

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  • 21. Underground Room

    Once you entered the gate you'll arrive into some kind of basement. You will have to pass through to this souvenir vendors before you reached the hallway, over...

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  • 22. Shopping Street

    You can plenty of things to do in the city of Split. One can enjoy shopping as well, unbelievable that this place is too much to offer to everyone's needs. The...

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  • 23. Seaside

    We were done wandering around the palace and we walk through out the golden gate and we continue along the seaside. Here is different view, the seaside areas...

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  • 24. Architectural view

    Strolling around the city, there are plenty of things to admire, the city has plenty of beautiful buildings. Visiting the summer months can be very hot and...

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  • 25. Narrow streets

    Split is adorable town which has one of those old narrow streets. You will notice if you wander around you'll pass many into of maze streets. The same as in...

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