Split is the second-largest city in Croatia and the capital of Dalmatia.

Let us show you the amazing beauty of a 1700 years old gem of Adriatic. Nothing more proves its beauty and its uniqueness then the fact that the whole old town has been on the World’s Heritage UNESCO list ever since 1979.

Our tour will take you through time, where you will discover the way the life in the palace was organized during the Middle Ages while wandering through the labyrinth of chambers and narrow streets just as the way they were back then and walk through the „Let me pass“ street - the narrowest street in Split. Walking to the Peristyle Square- the central square of the Palace, which has become the ideal theatre scenery owing to its unique beauty and unusual acoustics, you will be amazed by the Vestibule and the Temple of Jupiter.

The walk continues to the Cathedral of St Domnius- which is a complex of a church, formed from an Imperial Roman mausoleum, with a bell tower. It is consecrated at the turn of the 7th century AD, and is regarded as the oldest Catholic cathedral in the world that remains in use in its original structure, without near-complete renovation at a later date (though the bell tower dates from the 12th century). The view from the top of the tower will leave you breathless and you will feel as if you have the whole city on your hand. There is much more beauty to see than one can describe, such as the Silver and Iron gates, fruit square with the statue of Marko Marulić, famous Croatian writer, Prokurative – Republic Square that reminds of St. Mark's Square in Venice, marketplace Pazar, etc.

If you thought you’ve seen it all, wait till you visit Salona. Ancient beauty of this historical site will mesmerize you. Salona lies in the heart of Solin and was once the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia. It is the largest archaeological site in Croatia, surrounded by the monumental walls with towers and gates, a forum with temples, an amphitheatre and cemeteries with Salona martyrs (Manastirine, Kapljuč, Marusinac). Salona was a town with over 60.000 inhabitants and, according to the legend, the birthplace of Emperor Diocletian. Nearby sights: Diocletian’s Aqueduct, that served to bring the water all the way to the Palace, thermae and the Bridge of Five arches, are living proof of rich historical heritage and importance of the region.

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