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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
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Ulica Knezova Nelipica 1A, Split 21000, Croatia
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All reviews old city narrow streets alley ways walled city lots of shops diocletian's palace every corner fish market walk around great place to visit lots of history cruise ship green market bell tower walking tour croatia architecture
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is one of the best preserved old towns I have seen in Europe. Crowded, narrow streets, vibrant and a buzz with people and tourists from around the world, yet, maintains a sense of peace and beauty. A must see historical location.

Thank ScotAlberta
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Split is a nice and small city at the Adriatic Coast in Croatia. Despite of its coastal beauties, its historic town is also worth to visit. You can easily see the old city walls and old street network in the old town. There is a...More

Thank Ebru A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The model of Old Split gives you a good idea what is to be expected here - and what once was. The mausaleum (now cathedral), the Peristyle, cardo anbd decumanus... All displayed in a beautifully clear way

1  Thank Filmein G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Spent a wonderful afternoon with a private guide (Jelena Vrancic) touring this old walled city. Spend the extra few dollars on entrance fees to tour in the underground area and church. Touring with a guide allowed us to learn the history of the city which...More

Thank Brenda1109
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great for strolling around. Lots to see! Try to go away from the touristic places (markets), as there are so many nice squares, buildings etc. During the day, but also during the evening with all the lights very nice to stroll around.

Thank Jacquelinevdhaar
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Take a deep brrath and dive into the history of the oldest croatian city. It has been a jewel in the mediterian for centuries

Thank shei_shei_26
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a lovely city to visit and it was easy to get to by bus from Primosten. The main attraction is the main shops and cafe"s in an old Roman castle ruins,it looked very authentic. It was nice to see men in traditional dress...More

Thank Philfromcheshire
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A fabulous place to visit, day or night. It has so much history, through every ancient era, it is really valuable to go on a walking tour, either with a guide or with a good travel book/website directions

Thank gbuttel1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Split is a short trip from the airport by car. The city is also a workimg harbour so theres plenty of activity on the water including a variety of water excursions to the islands in/around Split. Theres lots of history and cultural things to do...More

Thank Laughingbear
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Situated next to the sea, one can still see the old fortress surrounding the Old Split. Within the walls, visitors can witness the century old histories. It was helpful to have a tour guide explaining the old structures and their original purposes.

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Nikki G
16 May 2018|
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Response from Michael A | Reviewed this property |
Nikki, we had a kitchen in our appartment and only ate once. We were located just to the south of the market area just outside the old city. There are a couple of supermarkets in this area and things like prepared lasagne... More
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janethodges134
26 February 2018|
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Response from Goavidtraveler | Reviewed this property |
Sorry to be so late as I don't normally check in unless I am writing a review which is less these days. This is a nice city for a short stay but while there check out the surrounding cities that have historical value... More
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Chris A
10 April 2017|
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Response from Mike_So_1985 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Chris, in my opinion you can see much more if you're based in Split. Dubrovnik is far away from everything else in Croatia. From Split is much easier to reach amazing national parks (Krka-amazing waterfalls... More
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