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The ruins of the Roman Emperor Diocletian's palace date back to the late 3rd to early 4th century A.D.
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Reviewed today

We took a walking tour and this palace was included. If wour a fan of Game of Thrones, part of this place was included. We had an awesome guide (Jacov)!

Thank Teodora S
Reviewed today via mobile

Was an interesting tour ,for about an hour and a half with a local guide. Not a must do - but as the town centre is now intertwined through the palace , is interesting to know the history , and see the points of interest...More

Thank Veena M
Reviewed today

Be awed by the sense of grandeur and history here/ Lots of signs on English give you lots of interesting facts. The cafe nearby was featured in a Rick Stein programme.

Thank Katrina D
Reviewed today via mobile

We live nearby and come into the riverfront and palace area weekly. It’s a marvel to realize a Roman emperor built it and parts survive to this day. The fascinating thing is that, as certain buildings decomposed, others were built in the style of the...More

Thank Mauibeth
Reviewed yesterday

Right in the heart of old town loads of tourists taking selfies if you can get over that well worth a visit

Thank patricia1416
Reviewed yesterday

So the palace is pretty much the old city itself with restaurants and shops integrated within. Kitchy at times and historically marvelous always. Just immerse yourself and get lost.

Thank Laura L
Reviewed yesterday

Lovely walled city with lots of history. We went up to the tower, only to learn it was the windiest day in over 100-years! We had a blast up there. It was raining when we went, but no big deal. Very small, easy to navigate...More

Thank b0nnieb00p
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A nice place to visit for a couple of hours, although Roman history is way to much exploited here and should be better preserved. The crypt represents just nothing, lightened in a very amateuristic way

Thank Jan T
Reviewed yesterday

We struggled to squeeze everything in, even with numerous visits over the period of a week. The Cathedral, bell tower, crypt etc will exhaust, but are well worth a day's outing.

Thank billmonty
Reviewed yesterday

The town has changed hands so many times, a tour will help understand what period each building came from. Each building has been jammed into one period or the other and the tours help understand.

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RimaK42
September 30, 2018|
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Response from Peter F | Reviewed this property |
It’s open 24/7, tours usually operate all day until early evening.
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Vera B
July 29, 2018|
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Response from François V | Reviewed this property |
It is very close, only 2 minutes. A useful website that you can use for checking how far it is, is google maps.
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