Visiting the city of Split you’ll find yourself in one of the oldest Mediterranean cities. Split used to be a summer residential palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian.

The construction of this luxurious palace started in 295 A.D and lasted until 305 A.D. During the 5th and 6th centuries the Palace became a dwelling object with over 2600 people that lived there, until the end of the 19th century. Today, its cellars have been transformed into exhibition areas, and the open square of the monumental Palace have become attractive summer stages for cultural events.
Sightseeing tour of Split includes the Diocletian’s Palace (the ancient cellars, Peristil, Jupiter Temple and the Cathedral of St. Domnius with its bell tower. Coming there, you will be welcomed by warm Mediterranean temperament, which continues to live with its urban rhythm. For over than 1700 years, its heart has been beating inside of Diocletian’s palace and waiting for you with arms wide open!