Trips from Split, best tours and attractions
With 200.000 inhabitants, Split has become the second largest city in Croatia and one of the most lively and in-vogue cities on the Adriatic Coast. Th...
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Have you always wanted to visit the wild nature hidden in some remote corners of Croatia? This tour is perfect for you! Embark on an adventu...
Don’t miss this perfect opportunity to learn more about the wonderful historical town of Sibenik. The tour will take you to the typical and ...
Color your day with a trip to the unique and highly interesting old city of Trogir, only a few kms away from Split. Embark on a journey to v...
Ever wanted to plan a get-away to the Dalmatian Coast and enjoy the cristal clear sea and the sun? Dubrovnik and its fortified Old Town are ...
Go back to the ancient Roman Empire with our expert guides on this great walking tour of the historic core of Split. Learn more about this U...
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Leaving from Catania, follow your guide and discover the majestic volcano Etna through a one-in-a-lifetime experience driving a buggy.
Follow the 4th stage of the 2018 Giro in Sicily with Musement. Experience the pink race as a real VIP with exclusive pass and experiences!
Follow the 6th stage of the 2018 Giro in Sicily with Musement. Experience the pink race as a real VIP with exclusive pass and experiences!
The inside story
With 200.000 inhabitants, Split has become the second largest city in Croatia and one of the most lively and in-vogue cities on the Adriatic Coast. The city was built around an impressive Palace ordered by Roman Emperor Diocletian that is still famous throughout Europe and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Over the centuries, Split has played an important part in Yugoslavian history and is bridging modernity with tradition. Wander through the old town, within the Old Walls, and taste the local specialties of the Dalmatia region in the myriads of typical bars and restaurants. Stroll, discover and enjoy this very old city and the souvenir shops at the old port, for Split is indeed an interesting city with a sea view. The coastal mountains in the background offer a great contrast with the beautiful turquoise Adriatic sea.