Back in 295, the Roman Emperor Diocletian began building the palace in Split, where he was born, and not knowing of how much importance will have in the future. Split, as the largest Croatian city on the east coast situated between the river Žrnovnica to the east and the Jadra in west . A city that offers shade of the Marjan forest in the western part of the peninsula, 15 kilometers seafront promenade and Dalmatian song in the stone streets of the city, located in one of the sunniest parts of the central Mediterranean, is also known for its ideal climate benefits.
Split is a city that lives in slow pace that is very easy to get used to very quickly. The most famous objects in which you can enjoy coffee or hot meals are Cafe Luxor located in the city center and the main market- Peristyle. Unavoidable Belvedere at Marjan hill, from which the view extends over the entire city, where coffee can be enjoyed in countless Split beauties. Another ideal place to view the city’s bell tower sv.Duje, patron of Split. Admission will pay symbolic and beauty is priceless. In the Republic, known as “Prokurative” one of the places of obligatory visit to the Cafe Bajamonti that its long tradition maintains reputation and constant attendance.
For lovers of nightlife, and there is a maximum, Vanilla Bar at the Poljud stadium near the city stadium offers disco nights on Saturday and the popular “The Yacht Week” every Friday. Of course, event of the season is the Ultra Music Festival, which breaks all attendance record. It is held at the city stadium, stadium “Poljud beauty”, which is normally the home ground of the celebrated and historic football club “Hajduk”.
For those who are interested in cultural events, major and unavoidable “Split Summer Festival” which is the Peristyle plays, ballets and concerts of the Croatian National Theatre.