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.
137***66We stayed in Bor for three nights, and the next day we spent it at Golden Horn Beach. Here you can walk for 30 minutes at a leisurely pace. There are restaurants, bars and many water sports on the beach. We also bought foam pads on the beach (because there are many rocks on the beach).
LZH享受人生Trogir is a famous example of the continuity of the city. The Basilica of St. Lawrence was originally in Roman style, and later it was modified by adding Gothic and Renaissance features. The cathedral adjoins the city hall, which is one of the most beautiful buildings in Trogir, built from the 14th to the 15th century. There are many religious buildings in Trogir.
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.
Museum of Croatian Archaeological MonumentsSplit,Croatia
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Hvar is a well know Croatian Island right off the coast of Split. It has been inhabited for thousands of years, with its old city ‘Stari Grad’ celebrating its 2400 birthday as a town.
🏔Maybe people will flock to the party town of Hvar and sit at the hotels in front of a pool, but if you take the extra effort you could find some magical views. The little abandoned village of Malo Grablje sits on top of the Hvar mountain and has some gorgeous views of the north and south side of the island. I would recommend getting electric bikes if you are a beginner and cycle to the top.
🌿 Hvar is also known as the lavender island with fields planted on the mountains of Hvar. The resemble Thai mountain fields but with lava Dee. some of them are deserted and have turned into forest which makes it even for enchanting.
All in all, you can’t go wrong with a bike ride around the island and especially on the mountain tops. Highly recommend for any nature lovers. 😁😁
Split is busy and big (it's Croatia's second largest city) but it remains one of the Adriatic's most vibrant port cities, stunningly located between mountains and sea. As the economic and cultural center of the Dalmatian coast, Split is bustling with islanders who flock into the city to work even as ferries whisk tourists out to the islands. Diocletian's Palace, a World Heritage Site, is the main attraction but there are so many things to do, including day trips, world-class nightlife and restaurants that it's impossible to be bored.
It was the Romans who put Split on the map when Emperor Diocletian built his retirement palace here in the 4th century. Diocletian's Palace is more like a walled town and it has endured as the center of Split's cultural and political life even as the Byzantines, Croatian kings, Venetians, Austrians and Italians planted their flag on the great city. In addition to enclosing a welter of Roman ruins and medieval churches, the sprawling 4th century residence is also bursting with trendy shops, stylish bars, and brand-name boutiques.
Just outside the Palace's southern walls is Split's seaside promenade, Riva, a prime people-watching spot. To the west and north of the Palace walls lies medieval Split and the Veli Varos nighbourhood which developed from the 14th to the 17th centuries. The narrow streets wind up to leafy Marjan hill and its sweeping views over the city.
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Off the coast of split lies a magical island with a rich history. from the oldest Croatian town stari grad with a 2000+ year history to the bustling city of Hvar with its luxurious nightlife.
Avoid the tourist traps by taking the ferry to Stari Grad, from there you can quickly cycle through the bing area of the Stari grad plains to Jelsa with its rich history of wine making and the Picturesque village of Vrboska hidden from the only only accessible by bike or boat with the amazing restaurant “Luka” by the yacht club.
For more adventure head over to the south of the island to Hvar for the night life and day trips to the blue cave, speed boat to vic island to see the famous Mama Mia beach.
Getting There - ferry from split
Attractions - Blue Cave, Spanjola fortress, Stari Grad Plains, Vrboska Village Marina, Hvar Mountains
Hotels - Amphora hotel, Maslina Resort, Senses resort
Food & Restaurants - Garifur, restoran Luka, Gardelin
The island of Hvar in Croatia. Many people have heard of it and most people end up in Stari Grad or Hvar town when visiting the island. But off the beaten path, lies a charming fishing village popular with yachts and off road bikers
🐠 Fresh Food - The sea food restaurants are a must sea. Places like Trica Gardelin, Luka’s Konoba, Mediterranean, Vrboscam, and Bonaca use freshly caught fish caught in the morning. they prepare it in the local style and you can definitely taste the freshness. If you wake up early enough you can also buy fish off the boats yourself.
🚴♂️bike trails and running trails along the coast cut through vineyards for an amazing experience. bike and boat rentals are possible through B&B rentals service company
🏖Soline beach is a must see and very child friendly. For a more romantic getaway try one of the many secluded coves along the coast. Zecevo island is a 20 minute boat ride away, with a restaurant. The water there is crystal clear and not a lot of people know about it. Food and drinks can be ordered.
In Conclusion: Great place to visit for a couple of days as there are many out door activities to check out. Hidden from the crowds of tourists a great place to enjoy nature. Apartments can be rented out or the 4 star ⭐️ Senses Resort.
I'm a lover of new travel experiences and this is already one for the books! @upintheairlife is a specialist when it comes to hosting luxury trips and I was lucky enough to get on week 2 of their 4 week charter around the Croatian islands!
Here's the low down on this trip:
I'm here with 30 other like-minded, lit dope ass people who look just like me! I'm talking about engineers to diplomats to entrepreneurs all wanting to get whisked away to the sights and sounds of the Adriatic sea. We have luxury cabins, 4 course meals, swim stops to use our floaties and we dock at a new island every day to enjoy what it has to offer. If you feel like being lazy, you can sleep away to the slow rock of the seas. Or, you can become a bit more cultured and do island tours, ride dune buggies and jetskis, go wine tasting and experience the epic nightlife that Croatia is known for. Make sure to follow my stories to get the behind the scenes visuals!
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[Travel around Eastern Europe] Trogir-Sbenik
drive from Split to Zadar, passing two ancient cities, Trogir and Sberik. The two cities are very small. If you are in a hurry, you can walk around and you don't have to stay.
Trogir is too mini, you can go shopping in an hour, go out and take the mountain road, you can find the parking spot, take a bird's eye view of Figure 1.
Unlike the ancient city built by other Romans or Venetians in Dalmatia, Sbenik is a city built by Slavs and has never been attacked by Osman because of its excellent fortifications. Climb to the highest fortress on the top of the mountain (not open), there is no one tourist, you can enjoy the unrivalled view of the ancient city, the sea and the Kornati Islands.
St. James Cathedral is the prototype of the Titanium Library. The setting sun shines on the streets and houses of Sberik, a golden color, which is exactly what Braavos looks like, the country of golden glow, full of glory, freedom and desire.
[Traveling around Eastern Europe] Split
Staying overnight in the small island of Kokhola, the hometown of Marco Polo, along the idyllic Adriatic coast, through the Ston wall, which resembles the Great Wall and Europe's second longest, has a long history. The ancient city of Split. The
Split Old Town building has a distinct Roman style, as it was once the residence of a Roman emperor. At the beginning of the fourth century AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian, who pioneered the reunification of the four emperors, retired from the pastoral area and concentrated on planting cabbage. The Diocletian's Palace in which he lived became the basis of the future city of Split. Diocletian has been retiring in the palace, even if everyone asks him to re-enter the emperor, he will not be moved until he finally died here.
With the travels around the country, I gradually learned about several Roman emperors with unique personality, in addition to Caesar and his successor Octavian who are closely related to Egypt, and many footprints in Turkey. Hadrian, the gay emperor, today met the Diocletian who took the initiative to abdicate to grow vegetables.
Split, the historic city of the Republic of Croatia, is the second largest city in Croatia. It is situated on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea and consists of a central peninsula and the surrounding coast. Here, you can stroll around the winding old city or go to other beach islands. We chose the former because of time constraints. This 2,000-year-old town, which is listed on the UN Heritage List, is by no means a museum. It is still alive. More than 3,000 people live in more than 220 buildings in the old city, and local residents will come to the city to enjoy the city's best coffee and food. Just like now, the ancient city is vibrant in the night light and the laughter of young people. z
## Split is the second largest city in Croatia. Located on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea, it is the oldest ancient Roman Empire town and port. The flagship building on the split Cathedral overlooks the city, picturesque and intoxicating. Photographed panoramic views from various angles