Lovely old town but quite small. All done in a two or three hours. Nevertheless, a great mix of old and new. Must be on the tour!
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Old Split felt a bit like a smaller version of Rome. Narrow alleys and a cozy atmosphere. We spent most of our nights in Split walking around in the old town. Good restaurants, friendly people and clean streets. Overall an excellent place to visit.
This part of the city has beautiful, narrow streets and some well preserved old buildings, with lots of nice restaurants where you can enjoy a nice summer evening meal . Everybody seems to speak English, which helps if your Croatian isn't good. The old town...More
Be ready to walk and climb in Old Split. The palace was interesting and the evening of our visit they enacted a piece where the Moors or Turks invaded them and fled with their women. Ofcourse they went to battle again and got the women...More
My wife and I took a lovelt walk through old town after dinner. The passageways and stone look fantastic all lit up at night. There were tonnes of shops, restaurants, and bars to look in, eat at, and have a drink. The main square has...More
Beautiful historic city with lots of hidden treasures and great little museums. Highly recommended. So great to wander around the small, polished stone streets and discover all kinds of historic sites & see a wide mix of architecture from the Roman era to Medieval to...More
A fantastic trip in time wandering through the laneways and finding hidden little bars, eateries, coffee houses and galleries. Hours easily spent wandering at an easy pace. Great views of Split harbour can also be seen from the top of the palace.
Exploring the area just outside Dioiocletian`s Palace was a fascinating insight into the birth of a new city out of the ruins of an older one.