Here are the top 3 tourist attractions to see in Split:

1. Explore the Diocletian Palace

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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.

2. Take a stroll at Riva

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The beautiful sea promenade of Split is the pride of its locals. One of the finest promenades in Europe, Riva is a place you can't afford to miss while you visit Split.

3. Beach time!

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Vacationing on a coastal town in incomplete without heading to the beach. And fortunately, Split has a number of beaches to beat the heat, from sandy to pebbly ones.

FAQs on Split

What are the top activities in Split?

The top activities in Split are Island Hopping Speedboat Trip and Blue Cave Visit from Split or Trogir, Plitvice Lakes National Park Day Tour from Split or Trogir, Private Split Airport (SPU) Transfers for Split, Game of Thrones Tour in Split, Krka Waterfalls Economy Tour from Split or Trogir, Dubrovnik Day Tour from Split or Trogir.

How can I commute within Split?

Split is easily navigatable on foot. The Old city area is mostly car-free and can be conveniently covered by walking. The Metropolitan area can be travelled with city buses which have an extensive network throughout the city and are easy on the pocket. The main bus station is close to the Trznica, while another major station is located in the ferry port. Hiring a taxi in Split could be an expensive affair unless you are travelling in a group of four. You can also avail Uber services here. Cars can be easily rented in Split with operators such as Oryx and Fleet, but one must keep in mind that cars can be parked in areas except the Old town area, seafront promenade and Varos.
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