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After her extensive coverage elsewhere in Croatia, TCN UNESCO correspondent Filipa Marusic returns home for her latest installment – the Historical Complex of Split with Palace of Diocletian.
Founded some 17 centuries ago by the Roman Emperor Diocletian, the city of Split was originally a wondrous fortified domain whose walls were lapped by the gentle, crystal-clear waves of the Adriatic Sea.
This is Split, a UNESCO site, respect and enjoy. This is the message from the city’s mayor ahead of what will be a busy tourist season in Croatia’s second largest city.
Diocletian’s Palace is the heart of Split. Read Anca’s guide to this UNESCO World Heritage site and other things to do in Split, Croatia including the best day-trips from Split.
Split is in the superstar shadow of Dubovnik, but its budget food and lodgings, coastal setting and maze-like Diocletian’s Palace give it a gold star.
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Guide and tips on free things to do in Split, Croatia with kids. See what this coastal city has to offer visitors from beaches, the outdoors and museums.