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To experience and enjoy Split entirely, it wouldn't be absolute and perfect without sailing to the neighboring islands and experiencing its unique natural beauties. We offer you an unforgettable day at our new mega catamaran Summer Blues, and above...more
All reviews old city narrow streets lots of shops every corner walled city diocletian's palace walk around fish market great place to visit lots of history green market cruise ship bell tower walking tour dubrovnik architecture maze
This is the finest example of Roman buildings that I have seen. It is amazing that some of these buildings have been in use for over 2000 years. Much of Game Of Thrones was shot in these buildings. Take a guide with you, it is...More
The old town of Split is full of history and charm, make sure you take advantage of a guided tour. There are fountains where visitors can refill water bottles from the clean spring water, many eating houses and places to shop. The strange smell near...More
Great town to walk, shop and enjoy the architecture. This was a great stop on our cruise - one of the best on the entire itinerary. If you are on a cruise, walk to the Old Town, it takes quite a while on the shuttle...More
Old Split. We went in September expecting slightly cooler weather but arrived in the middle of a heatwave!
Melting moments, but what a fine excuse to sample the wares of the many delicious ice cream vendors offering every flavour you could possibly envisage or desire!...More
Split is one of those places that keeps giving and giving. Intriguing little streets filled with bars, cafes and shops. The history of the Diocletian Palace is interesting and you have to take a coffee or ice cream on the Riva. There is plenty of...More
We lived there in the middle of the history, combined with vibrant modern life. Markets, boutique shops, cafes and restaurants, flapping washing lines, shuttered windows, narrow alleys and streets, open squares, delightful garden areas, cats lazing in the sunshine, queues for toilets, music, art, people...More
As much as we enjoyed Split, the night we arrived there, we were caught in a terrible storm while camping and didn't stay as long as we originally intended to. However, I do remember what I think was one of the main... More
As much as we enjoyed Split, the night we arrived there, we were caught in a terrible storm while camping and didn't stay as long as we originally intended to. However, I do remember what I think was one of the main "piazzas" in the town. It was full of beautiful things to buy - mostly carved out of wood.
We found the entire Dalmatian Coast, right down to Dubrovnik and beyond, to Kotor, absolutely beautiful. You won't be sorry going there.