Get to know Split, the cosmopolitan touch of the Dalmatian Coast
Organize a relaxation and carefree trip to the hospitable Split. Escape to this small town with the countless hidden beauties, the Mediterranean beauty and the cosmopolitan air that will satisfy the tastes of every visitor.
Wander the cobbled streets of the Old Town and discover all the little diamonds it hides. You will love the medieval scenes you will encounter in the famous districts of Varos and Manos, as they will make you feel like you are starring in a movie.
Of course a pole of attraction for all visitors but also one of the most important sights of the city is the Palace of Diocletian which is the place where the heart of Split beats.Explore the interior from the walls of this iconic building and admire what is left of its grandeur.
Return to the historic center of the Old Town at night, as it is a meeting point for locals and visitors alike, thanks to the bars and small restaurants that illuminate the cobbled streets around the Palace.
Continue your night walk on the cosmopolitan Riva, the place where you will find a wide range of cafes, bars and restaurants so you can enjoy your meal overlooking the Adriatic Sea and its breeze to cool you down.
If the weather allows, choose one of the popular beaches of Split, the quiet Kasjuni or the organized and lively Becvine with its golden sand and shops and enjoy your swim under the warm Mediterranean sun.
Complete your walk by climbing the green Marjan hill, which will give you unique panoramic views of the city from above and will create relaxing and refreshing scenery that will take your breath away.
Food and local cuisine
Whichever city in Croatia you travel to, the only sure thing is that you will find good food. Split is full of small and large restaurants, with traditional and international character that will give you pleasant surprises. You can not travel to Split and not try fresh seafood dishes cooked in a variety of ways. Order a brodet dish, fish traditionally cooked in the pot and the famous fish soup gregada. Accompany your food with a sweet wine of local production and enjoy flavors that smell like Mediterranean.
The best time to visit Split
You can visit Split all months of the year. However, the weather is more favorable from May to September.
How to use transportation in Split
Transfer from/to Split
In Split you can travel by air as it has its own airport. Airline tickets can be found all year round from Thessaloniki and Athens either directly or through other European cities. For your transfer to the city center you can use the airport taxis that cost about 30 euros. For your convenience you can book in advance and avoid unnecessary charges.
The size of the city allows you to explore it on foot. However, for your own convenience you can use the city taxis.