Timings : Open 24 hours
Entry Fee : Free
One of the most significant Roman ruins in the present world, the old Diocletian Palace is not just a collection of gates and walls, but a breathing museum of history and Dalmatian life.
The massive complex of Diocletian Palace engulfs most of the old town of Split, spread in a large area of more than 30,000 square metres. The palace was built in the 4th century as a retirement home to the Emperor Diocletian, which was turned into a center of residence by the following settlements. Although only the walls and gates have survived the tests of time, you can still discover the historic beauty of this place. Apart from the palace, you will also spot the beautiful Peristyle, Split Cathedral, town gates, historic temples and statues among ther historic monuments.