Split, Croatia Cruise Port

4.3 out of 5

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jlareau says ...
Enjoyable walking tour around town and to and from port. Open air shops just outside...
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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.

What people said about this port:

"Requires local currency The waterfalls at Krka National Park were beautiful." in 3 reviews.

"Enjoyable walking tour around town and to and from port." in 3 reviews.


111 reviews and tips of Split, Croatia




Dgrisham42 says ...

Hard to believe we were walking through a palace built in 295! Such history! Enjoyed the public markets, the local music and the shopping. The Dalmatian Singers in the dome in the palace were wonderful! Also got to the local Harley Davidson for a shirt from Split Croatia!

Visited: Aug 15, 2017

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dcathey says ...

disappointed late docking which shortened the tour and left only 30 minutes for shopping. the guide did allow several people to get off in town instead of returning to dock but by then I was to frozen to make that walk back.

Visited: Nov 21, 2015

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CruiselineSarah says ...

Not only did we tour Diocletian's Palace, but our excursion took us to a town about 30 minutes outside of Split called Trogir. I don't know what it was about this town, but I am convinced I could live there for a while. It was absolutely charming with a beautiful harbor, cute wine bars and restaurants, and fun shops. This was a great port day.

Visited: Aug 27, 2017

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lscanlan says ...

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

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SmileyKZ says ...

Very enjoyable town! We explored Diocletian’s Palace on our own and swam at one of the public beaches afterwards. A very pleasant day. Oh, and we had some gelato at the beach also.. awesome!

Visited: Sep 10, 2017

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