Split-Dalmatia
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Things To Do in Split-Dalmatia

4.5/5
72 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Palace
TarynQuite amazing to think all this was built so long ago and it is still standing. A beautiful building with lots of history- definitely a good idea to go on one of the walking tours.
4.5/5
53 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
JurajivaHvar island was amazing. we were able to go to the main Hvar town but also traveled to the smaller towns such as Vrboska, Stari Grad and Jelsa. if your looking for a relaxing small place with good food would definitely recommend Vrboska and Jelsa. very kid friendly and a great port if you are sailing. good swimming as well.
4.2/5
27 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
201***67It is a small town passing from Split to Ducheng. I only went to the very famous fortress. Although it is not big, it is still very majestic. I rarely see travel agencies. Take a walk on Palm Avenue, good parking
4.5/5
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Historical Site
Statue/Sculpture
轻轻的一个蚊Split, Temple of Jupiter, the black marble Egyptian sphinx at the door has a history of 3,500 years, but unfortunately it has been "beheaded". In contrast, the sphinx statue on the right side of the cathedral bell tower is intact.
4.3/5
40 Reviews
Historical Site
胖小梨子Hello, Split! The bell tower climbed to the weak legs, mainly because of fear of heights, but the scenery on the roof is unique! I didn't stay in Split for a long time. I mainly came here to take a boat to Havar Island. The old cities in Europe are almost the same, and it is quite good to stroll around.
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25 Reviews
行者晓畅The predecessor of the Basilica of St. Domnius (St. Domnius) was the Mausoleum of Diocletian. Fearing that the foundation of Christianity would be shaken, he carried out a campaign to persecute Christians, but after his death, Christians counterattacked and destroyed it. The dead body disappeared and the mausoleum was converted into a church, which is the biggest irony to him. The altar built in the 13th century and the statue of the sarcophagus are of great cultural value.