Historical core of Split with the Diocletian’s Palace had been listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List since 1979. Learn about 17 centuries of Split history from Roman Emperor Diocletian to today’s modern and vibrant city.
ROUTE: Diocletian’s Palace’s substructures, former imperia residence in the southern part of the Palace/Central square Peristil/Golden and Silver gates of the Palace/Former medieval Jewish Ghetto/Piazza/Fish market/ Prokurative square/Riva/Fruit Square, etc.
*Optional, tour can include full tour of the Diocletian’s Palace Substructures, and visit to the Cathedral of Saint Domnio, the oldest in the world, and once the Emperor Diocetian’s mausoleum, as well as Jupiter’s Temple.
Duration up to two and a half hours (with options included can be longer), guidance by the licensed local guide
“It was fantastic! A a lovely educational walk through 1700 years of history!”
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