- Explore Diocletian’s Palace
The labyrinth of streets in the old town, with its shops, cafes and restaurants, are all part of the retirement palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian. The most visited parts of the palace are the Peristil square and the cathedral of Sv. Duje. Because the palace is a residential site and the living hart of the city, the entrance is free. Visitors do have to pay a small fee to visit the cathedral, the basement halls and the temple of Jupiter. We recommend a visit to the bell tower of the cathedral.
- Visit a museum
Split offers several interesting museums, such as the Archaeological Museum, the Split City Museum, the Treasury of Split Cathedral, the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments, the Maritime Museum and the Ethnographic Museum. If you have to choose one, we recommend the Split City Museum.
- Walk to the top of the Marjan hill
The Marjan hill is a forest park right next to the city centre. This park, located on a peninsula, is a green oasis and is often called ‘the lungs of the city’. There are countless paths and sights, but the most interesting path goes all the way up the hill to the amazing view point at the top, almost 180m above sea level. The view makes the climb more than worth it.