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Top 10 Most Instagrammable Places in Split

Social media. In 2019, we really couldn’t live without it. Not only has it become an extension of our limbs, but it’s become a constant stimulant for our minds; what we would do if we didn’t know what everyone - including friends, family, and our favorite celebrities - was doing every second of the day? Fortunately, we don’t have to worry about living in a world with the fear of the unknown. It’s safe the say that social media has its benefits - and aiding travelers in choosing which destinations they should run off to next is undoubtedly one of them. Just think about it - if it wasn’t for Instagram, how would we find the inspiration to travel? And if we didn’t post to...

Diocletian’s Palace – Must See Sights

History of the Palace A closer look at Croatia’s second largest city reveals a very unusual and unique scene- here, life goes on in an ancient Roman palace that has been standing here for almost 1700 years. Why is it unusual? Because by definition- ruins are neglected and abandoned structures, but here in Split, the old palace bursts with life. Diocletian’s palace, the UNESCO Heritage Site since 1979, is the living heart of Split! This is very interesting because right here is the exact place where the city was born. Diocletian- the Roman emperor, built this huge walled complex so very near his birthplace, famous Salona. Sparing no expense, Palace included streets, temples, a bath house, large substructures, reception rooms and extensive gardens. He imported...

Split Island Tours – Island Hopping Adventures

City of Split is the largest city in Dalmatia and for its geographical position is the perfect location from where to set out and explore numerous Split islands located in its vicinity. Due to the growing popularity of Split as a vacation destination you can now choose from a variety of Split island tours and set out to explore the beauties of the nearby islands in a single day. Visit Split Islands The majority of the island tours from Split are done on fast speedboats for the main reason to visit as many of those hard to reach, secluded island destinations and attractions as possible. Each of them has a unique trait which characterises the location they are in. Our island hopping adventures aim to...

Bell Tower of St. Domnius Cathedral

Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian was deservedly recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Spectacular view from the highest part of the Palace- St.Domnius cathedral bell tower is something that you do not want to miss! On our walking tour, you will skip the waiting line and enter this stunning beauty with our guide. Mix of ancient history and modern life is something that leaves a strong impression on visitors of this 18 centuries old Palace. Each step of this tour is like travelling back in time through charming streets of this beating heart of Split, since every single piece of the palace is full of interesting stories and historical mind-blowing values. After hearing incredible stories about influence of Greeks,...

Split Airport Speedboat Transfers – Water Taxi Service

After your flight arrives and you finally reach Split's airport you'll feel the difference in temperature. That's why a speedboat transfer to your final destination is the best option to start your holiday with. A fresh summer breeze coupled with the blue Adriatic Sea glint, will make you feel on top of the world while on holiday. Speedboats as a means of transport are highly recommended in the Adriatic area, particularly if you need to reach an island. It's the most efficient and accommodating option especially if you're coming by plane as any other means would take much longer. For example, with our speedboats we can reach Hvar Island in less than 60 minutes, while providing you with the opportunity to witness some of the...

Get ready for the Days of Diocletian – Summer 2016

Diocletian Palace, as many of you know, was built from year 295 till the year 305 A.D. The Palace became the center of Split which grew around it throughout the centuries. In honor of this ancient history every year Split is celebrating the Days of Emperor Diocletian. The purpose of the Days of Diocletian spectacle is to bring closer to the people the way Split looked and felt during this ancient times. So get ready to walk back in time when Emperor Diocletian walked the streets of the city. This year the Days of Diocletian start on 2nd of September when the assembly for the Ceremonial Parade gathers in front of the entrance to the Diocletian Substructures (basements) on the main promenade (Riva) at 07:00...

Ultra Europe Festival in Split, Bol, Hvar and Vis

Ultra Europe Festival 2016 in Split, July 15th, 16th and 17th Ultra Europe festival is once again being hosted in Split on the famous Poljud stadium. Besides Split, there will be Ultra beach events held in Hvar and the town of Vis on Vis island for closing night of Ultra Europe festival. From July 14th 2016 Split will once again become a host to countless rivers of music lovers hailing from every corner of the globe. Regardless if you are visiting Split for Ultra festival or if you just happen to find yourself here in the middle of July, you just can't escape feel the vibrant energy on each and every street from the Split's city center all the way to Poljud stadium located approximately...

Presenting Ma:Toni Restaurant near Bacvice Beach

There is a brand new restaurant opened near Bacvice beach which has become a hot spot for many locals as soon as it opened. All you have to do is come there once and you will be bound to come back. What makes this restaurant special is primarily it's young owner and main chef Toni Arneic who has managed to provide traditional Dalmatian cuisine presented in a new and modern way. The ingredients for the dishes are always fresh and hand picked which gives each meal full flavor and scent. The second thing which gives this restaurant a unique feeling is its location. As you enter it you feel as you enter the past as massive stone walls and careful lighting gives this restaurant a...