Magnifique vue sur Split du haut du mont Marjan
Les vestiges du Palais Dioclétien, inscrit au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO
La jetée à Split
Vue sur la ville depuis le port
Le linge qui sèche dans une petite ruelle de Split
La place du Peuple
La place de la République
La statue Grgur Ninski : toucher son orteil porte chance
Le clocher de la place du Peuple
Île de Brac: vue depuis la plage de Bol
Les plages et l'eau turquoise de l'île de Brac
Île de Brac: Supetar
Split is the capital of Dalmatia and the second most populous city in Croatia, with 190,000 inhabitants. You usually arrives in the Croatian city by the harbor (because the bus station is located near the harbor), which offers a nice ride with palm trees and benches to enjoy the view.
From the waterfront, you enter through the Bronze Door inside the Diocletian Palace, one of the largest Roman ruins in the world (215 m long, 181 m wide, 220 buildings), built around 298 by the Roman Emperor Diocletian! It is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1979. What is impressive is that mostly the remains of the palace are an integral part of the city and host shops, restaurants and homes! Admire the courtyard and its columns, the mausoleum of the emperor and the cathedral St. Dominius. What a pleasure to stroll through the bustling streets of the small palace with its white marble columns, the laundry hanging from the windows, the ice cream shops …
Also climb on Mount Marjan for a breathtaking view of the city and touch the big toe of the Grgur Ninski Statue, it will bring you luck!
Where to stay in Split? At Hostel Booze & Snooze!
We recommend the Hostel Booze & Snooze, close to Diocletian’s Palace. The hostel has a bar where the atmosphere in the evening is great and the beer not very expensive, and it organizes a trip to the island of Brac twice a week!
Where to eat in Split?
We tested the Fife, on the waterfront It was nice and not very expensive. Take a risotto, it is very good! But the Black risotto has a rather repulsive appearance.
Address: TRUMBICEVA obala 11, open from 6am to midnight.
Where to party in Split?
- Intermezzo (Ribarska 3 on the waterfront): rather young clientele. A DJ with lounge music.
- Buvinina (bottom of the hotel Slavija): one of the most popular bars among locals. It is hard to make its way among the crowd in this bustling street to get a drink in the basement bar.
Where to do an excursion from Split? On the island of Brac and Hvar!
From Split, you can make a ferry trip up the island of Brac and Hvar. For more information, here is the transport company: Jadrolinija.
BRAC: The morning ferry leaves at 7:45 am, 9 am and 11:15 to Supetar, Brac. It takes only 50 minutes to get to the island. In the evening, the ferry leaves at 6pm, 7:20 p.m., 8:30 p.m. AND again at 22:45. Brac is the largest island near Split and most populated. It has beautiful sandy beaches and is known for its limestone quarries. Go to Zlatni Rat beach of the Golden Horn, near Bol, which is considered the most beautiful beach in Croatia! Once in Supetar by boat, you can take a bus to Bol. On site you can take a ride of inflatable banana boat.
HVAR: the ferry leaves at 8.30am and 11am but you have 2 hours to get there. In the evening, the last ferry is at 17:30 and 8pm. Hvar has become a very fashionable destination for tourists and especially the party animals.
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