The old town is just 15 minutes away. Very easy walking. It’s small but wonderful. Found a restaurant Konoba Lucac just 5 minutes from the tourists attractions. Great traditional Dalmatia food and great price.
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About Split, Croatia
Split is the perfect introduction to the Croatian Adriatic Sea, offering both a bustling cosmopolitan setting and a number of enjoyable destinations. The city is so breathtaking that Roman Emperor Diocletian chose it as the setting for his palace in the third century. Diocletian's Palace still stands today, drawing visitors from around the globe with its centerpiece of ancient buildings.
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my very favorite port. beautiful place; nice friendly people.
Visited: May 03, 2016
Very busy port. Would have liked more options on where to go when not doing an excursion. Pretty place though
Visited: Aug 11, 2018
A much larger town, it is famous for Diocletian's Palace. I guess I didn't research this enough and was somewhat disapointed with the Palace. It was really a walled town in which 3000 people live. There are hundreds of building in the palace and some of them are more recent looking. All of these ports we visited were crowded, even in October but there weren't many families with children at that time. I can't imagine how these ports would be in summer.
Visited: Oct 03, 2017
3 of 18 shore excursions in Split, Croatia.
Klis and Salona Tour
Private Game of Thrones Walking Tour
Cetina River Rafting