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In the south of Croatia one will find this city filled with light, sporting a Mediterranean climate, and vibrant and rich in culture. Welcome to Split, also known as the entry point to the treasures of the coast and the Dalmatic islands. Its port is one of the Mediterranean’s most important and is a strategic point for tourism in Europe. The architecture of it historic centre is fascinating with its splendid exteriors such as the Saint Domnius Cathedral, although the underground also hides secrets of great beauty: the basements of the palace extends underneath the streets of Split. Here one can enjoy the sea, by going sailing for example, or the mountain, be going climbing or hiking. The varied and healthy gastronomic offering will have you captivated, including local wines and desserts, such as the fritule and the Kastel cake.
Main City Zagreb
Surface 63 km²
They say that to get the best views of a city one need to find its highest point. So off we go, with friends or family, with a picnic basket in hand, exploring the Marjan, a fascinating park-forest. This well-preserved park also offers a little zoo inside. While the climb might put you off mind you, its worth it, especially once you reach the top, as the landscape of Split is extraordinary. Walking through this pine forest you will find more than one magic spot, like the hidden coves, ideal for a moment away from the hustle and bustle. And to enjoy a romantic moment simply go exploring best place to see the sunset.
One of the mandatory visits to Split is the spectacular Diocletian’s palace, built in the forth century and declared a World Heritage site in 1979. The magnificent state of conservation of this palace is surprising, from a local perspective and from an international perspective. Pay attention: you are in front of one of the most important Roman ruins in the world. Its impressive walls have held its stand against many attacks and kept intruders away. Browsing the place, with its marble patio, and warm cobblestones is a true journey back in time. Should you visit the palace at the end of August you will find the basements of the palace filled with culture: art, paintings, sculptures and theatre.
The best way to enjoy a relaxed day is to lie down in the sand at the Bacvice beach, the most centric one in the city, and enjoy a good book. First you must pass the lively boardwalk, Riva, filled with colourful ice cream stands and cafes ideal for a conversation in good company. Bavice’s clean and practically crystal clear water will surprise you. Although don’t expect to be alone, this is the most visited beach in the city and the most family friendly. If you are looking for a more isolated experience we recommend you explore the islands: Brac, Hvar, Šolta or Vis. In Bacvice you will also find people playing “picigin”, a peculiar sport, which is played in the sea employing acrobatic movements to keep a small ball in the air. Up for a game?