At approximately 200 kilometers from the City of Dubrovnik, the Split city is more often than not outshined by its glamorous neighbor. However, once you’ve wandered across Split’s delightful Roman Old Town; on its brilliant waterside esplanade and ventured into its exquisite sceneries, you will quickly agree with the locals that the city is one of the most splendid in the Mediterranean region.
This beautiful Adriatic gem is popular as a place where city life and modernity merge; complete with an aesthetic touch of traditional, modern and ancient lifestyle. Needless to say, it offers its revelers a laid-back atmosphere, giving them a chance to break free from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
The ancient alleyways of Diocletian’s Palace
Besides being Croatia’s second largest city, it is also a rich historical center, complete with beautiful ancient sea sides and Roman palaces and ancient alleyways. To be precise, Diocletian’s palace is located on a fully functioning high street and was built to house Diocletian, and the hackled serfs that were always at his service.
The shell of the palace is a spectacularly preserved Roman ruin giving you the chance to experience the life of Roman nobles first hand. If you love Roman history, you will appreciate what the city has to offer. Even better, you can use taxi transfer Split to take you around the city as you enjoy its beautiful sceneries.
Visit the magnificent city beach of Bacvice
Croatia is popular for its rocky coves and sweeping beaches and the city of Split is home to several of these. Though far away from Diocletian’s palace, the Bacvice beach lends itself to somewhat of a dual life, being ideal for the entire family in the day and a hedonistic place to enjoy some nightlife. To be precise, it is more of a 24-hour nonstop tourist throng. And even if you do not like getting wet, there is still more you can do on this beach. Keep on walking south towards Trstenik and you will discover a sedative and pleasant shingle beach inside a large clove, perfect for sunbathing.
Get some taste of the Dalmatian coffee culture
Dalmatians love coffee and they spend a lot of their time sipping mugs of coffee while savoring the aesthetic Adriatic sunshine. In this city, coffee is inevitable. As a matter of fact, it is an affair of a few hours or even a whole afternoon’s commitment and a tradition that people from Split revere. Why not embrace it and spend a peaceful afternoon sipping a frothy cup of Kava coffee on a sunlit bench watching the beautiful sceneries that the city has to offer to offer?
Party all night
If you relish nightlife, you will be pleased to know that split boasts a bustling nightlife scene. A few years ago, the popular electronic music found its way into this city changing the way people understood night entertainment.
There is also a three-day stadium festival, complete with fireworks, flashing lasers, and Day-Glo. And if outdoor partying is not your thing, you can also enjoy yourself in any of the party hovels and year-round clubs.