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Split

Set along the beauty of the Dalmatian Coast, Split is a destination bursting with attractions and rich in history. Greeks, Romans, Venetians and Italians have all added to the culture and there is evidence of its many visitors in this elegant, walled city, surrounded by beautiful sea. In addition to Split’s grand fortress, coastal landscape and famous palace, there is plenty more on offer during your trip.

Tourists can indulge in the ripe, seasonal treats from Split’s fruit and vegetable market and picnic on its scenic beaches that party under the sun and moon. and its famous palace. There is much opportunity to spend time sightseeing and sunbathing.

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Split was once home to the Roman Emperor Diocletian and its grandeur remains. The pavements cafes and bars let visitors sit and soak up the elegant atmosphere of this walled city. It has become a wonderful and beautiful ambassador for Croatia, representing the very best of its scenic coast. There are very good transport links offering visits to the other islands for day trips to Brac and Solta.

A sunset stroll along one of its beaches shows why it has become such a favourite holiday destination (Alfred Hitchcock himself cited Split’s sunsets as the finest). Alongside the lapping sea and warm sun, the city offers a fascinating history, colourful fruit markets and delicious eateries, ensuring Split is a perfect place to holiday.It also acts as an excellent destination to view other parts of Croatia.

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Split weather

Five-day forecast

SATURDAY

20.07.

27°C

SUNDAY

21.07.

30°C

MONDAY

22.07.

33°C

TUESDAY

23.07.

31°C

WEDNESDAY

24.07.

31°C

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Top 5 things to do in Split

10 facts about Split

1.

Split’s patron Saint is Saint Duje.

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The Diocletian’s Palace was built largely from limestone and brick, but the decorative Egyptian Sphinx were imported.

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The Diocletian’s Palace took ten years to build.

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Split is home to King’s Landing (for Game of Thrones fans).

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The necktie is thought to have been invented here.

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True to the coast’s title, this is the home of Dalmatian dogs.

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Its coins are named after a lime tree.

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And, its currency, the Kuna, is named after a very cute-looking rodent.

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Home to the world’s largest truffle...

10.

...and the world’s smallest town.

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