Split Travel Guide


Croatia’s second-largest city. The history of Split began 17 centuries ago when the Roman Emperor Diocletian decided to build his Palace. Today, Diocletian’s palace and the entire historical center of Split are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Apart from excellent architecture, the city is rich in its gastronomy, culture and natural beauties. Many residents say for this city “There is no place like Split”. You will find more information by continuing the Split travel guide. I also have to mention, I currently living in this city.

Split Essentials

LANGUAGE Croatian
TIME ZONE UTC+1
CURRENCY Kuna
COUNTRY CODE +385

Top Things to See and Do in Split

Riva Split


Diocletian’s Palace

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Basement halls

Ivan Meštrović Gallery

Park
Marjan

Saint Domnius Cathedral

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Other Things to See and Do

Featured post of Split Travel Guide

I visited the little known Diocletian’s Palace walls

Everyone knows about the Dubrovnik walls, but it is a little known to people that Split has the almost same ability on Diocletian’s Palace walls. The reason lies in the length of the promenade itself, which is around 170 meters, and at the entrance to the promenade which is restricted. In principle, a promenade has no entry. The only way is through the scientific research center for architectural heritage.

City Pop.

0,18mil.

Metro Pop.

0,35mil.

Elevation

0m

Area

79km²

Where to eat

Events

Other Tips

Traveling around Split

  • Promet Split – 45 minutes transport ticket: 11 kuna
  • Promet Split – Bus from Split to Trogir: 21 kuna
  • Promet Split – Bus from Split to Omiš: 21 kuna
  • Promet Split Bus Between Split Airport and City Center: 17 kuna
  • Taxi Between Split Airport and City Center: €20–€40
  • Bike Rental: 100 kuna/day
  • Electric moped: 249 kuna/day or 1.59 kuna/minute

Split Weather

  • The hottest month is July, with an average high of 30.0°C (86.0°F)
  • The coldest month is January, with an average high of 10.4°C (50.7°F)