Split, Croatia Travel Guide Split is the leading city of the Dalmatian region of Croatia and is the economic centre of the beautiful eastern Adriatic. It features a delightful historical centre with Roman walls, temples and squares. Split once housed a palace for the retired Roman emperor Diocletian. With its narrow streets and hidden treasures, Split is the second largest city in Croatia.
Table of Contents:
Split - Culture - Location & Orientation - Climate & When to Visit - Sightseeing Highlights - Diocletian Palace & Peristil - Cathedral of Saint Dominius (St. Duje Cathedral) - Veli Varos (Old Split) & Marjan Hill - Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments - Hvar Island - Brac Island - Ivan Mestrovic Gallery - Croatian National Theatre - Split Aquarium - Bacvice Beach - Dino Park - Krka National Park - Recommendations for the Budget Traveller - Places to Stay - Raspudic - Zara - Stambuk - Loza - Milla - Places to Eat & Drink - Zlatna Vrata - Kod Joze - Nostromo - Buffet Fife - Makro Vega - Places to Shop - Fish Market (Peskarija) - Green Market (Stari Pazar) - Marmontova Shopping Street - Joker - City Center One