What once started as Roman emperior Diocletian’s villa, today is one of the most beautiful cities in the world…
Split is the biggest city in Dalmatia, second biggest city in Croatia and a third port on the Mediterranean by the number of passengers. Because of its ideal road, railway and sea connectivity Split had a term of a transit town, until recently when it got a title of the most exciting city on the Croatian shore.
The promenade (Riva) in Split is also known as a living room for all the residents of the city and is an absolutely cult place of all Split residents for their business, private and family meetings. Mild Mediterranean climate allows that every day streets, squares and restaurants are filled with people .
In the center of Split You will find Diocletian’s palace, a superb part of history constructed in the 4th century. It is the biggest and best preserved late-Antic palace in the world protected by UNESCO. This impressive cultural-historical city offers rich cultural heritage on every step.
As a city on the sea and one of most significant Croatian tourist destinations Split offers to its visitors not only the rich cultural program, but also a big selection of city beaches, not forgetting the exciting nightlife. Or in other words, it satisfies everyone’s tastes and appetites with ease.
Split is very well connected with nearby islands, the most popular ones beeing Hvar (the town of Hvar) and Brač (Zlatni rat beach).
Split and Trogir are ideally connected with regular boat lines „Bura line“ and „Sestrice“ which dock on the promenade in Split, while docking in Trogir is only 100 meteres from hotel Palace which allows our visitors avoiding seasonal traffic jams on the roads and also provides unreplaceable view of Split and Trogir from sea perspective. Boat lines have regular timetables (5 times a day), and regular lines start from: 21. 05. – 30. 09. 2013.