Split Croatia Emperor's City

Welcome to Split Croatia travel guide! This is an itinerary through Split city, Dalmatia's capital, my birthplace! I'm extremely exciting but at the same time proud of the the city of a thousand emotions.

There is a song saying “There is no city like Split” and it’s a truth. This city is my home town and without hiding their pride, the Splicani (name for locals) will tell you that their city is "the most beautiful one in the world and beyond".

It’s no secret that a trip to Split is a memorable experience. It’s the ancient home of the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s palace, with dozens of outstanding attractions, set up in the beautiful Mediterranean environment.

In my beautiful city, the capital of Croatia’s Dalmatia region, you will find a unique mixture of Roman, medieval and Renaissance architecture, forming a spectacular Mediterranean feeling.

In the past, Split has always been just a ferry terminal, a place to catch a ferry to reach to one of the stunning Croatian islands: Hvar, Brac, Vis. Korcula, Lastovo and Solta.

But not anymore! It’s a city that deserves your attention for a day or two, or even a week. Just slow down and stop, look at the amazing sights, and when people ask you “Have you been in Split?” you will proudly answer “Yes, I’m glad I have”!

I am here to provide you with all  information you need to help you feel like a local and to get the best value for the money whatever your budget is. I’ll do my best to help  you have the best time possible when you get to Split.

What Makes Split Croatia So Special?

My desire is to provide you with completely independent profile of my home city, engaging my love and profound knowledge of this 1700 year old city, its stunning islands and coastal Riviera.

Just, consider me as your friendly and personal holiday guide. I'll do a hard work for your holidays so why not to take advantage to make you travel like a local and to learn about the places the tourists don’t always discover.

What to do in Split Croatia?

You are going to love Split and Central Dalmatia islands, whether you’re on your own, with special someone, with friends, or with your family. Maybe you would like to:

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What others say about Split Croatia

Don’t just take my word for what I have to say about Split city. If you think I seem to be impartial because I was born here, see what other people say about Split!

One of the blogs I like more about Split, worth reading is, Yulia's, a Russian girl, describing her first impression visiting my city.

I was not even  planning to stay in Split for a long time, only for 1 day. That would have been such a mistake, my dear Split, please forgive me for thinking so little of you! As the city knew exactly how to get on my good side, I ended up staying for 4!

Read Yulia's article 'Why you should definitely go to Split Croatia' to understand her conclusion ' To be honest, I simply loved the place! Believe it or not, I liked it the most from my Croatian trip'.

Another blog that has drawn my attention is Australian girl, Sarah Jane Begonja article, titled 'Things to do in Split'. She in a very short but in a systematic way, emphasizes all the most outstanding moments of Split.

Frank's blog 'A Complete Travel Guide To Split Croatia' is an obvious example how the famous blog traveler really like this town.

Split was perceived as a port and industrial town, and just another big city. I’m glad that Split transformed into one of the hottest destinations in all Croatia. I simply love this town, and could move here within a blink of an eye.

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