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Gothic window in Split, Croatia - Sanja, tour guide in Split

Split city tour - orientation tour (1 hour)

60 EUR (per private group, up to 15 persons)

We will go for a walk in the streets and squares of Split for about 1 hour. Firstly, we will visit the Palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian of the 4th century (the oldest part of the town) with the small medieval neighborhood developed inside it - a very interesting mix of styles. We will pass by the Basement level of the Palace (the Substructures), the main square Peristil, the Palace walls with 4 gates, the Mausoleum / St. Domnius's Cathedral, Jupiter's temple / Baptistery, medieval houses of noble families, a small former Jewish ghetto with a synagogue that is still active...

The second part of the tour takes us to the medieval neighborhood built outside the Palace and, there, we will discover some famous squares: Pjaca and Fruit square, and learn about the socio-political lifestyle under Venetian, French, Austrian-Hungarian and Yugoslavian rule. What a rich history!

We will end the tour on Riva promenade by the sea.

Things to note:

  • this is a private walking tour (there is no transportation)

  • there is a stairway on the way at 1 site that is being visited during the tour (if necessary, it can be avoided)

  • there are no additional entrance fees for this tour

  • the tour is available in English, French, Spanish, and Italian

  • meeting point for the tour is at the address Obala hrvatskog narodnog preporoda 22 (Riva promenade, by the bronze model of the old town). Open Google Maps here.

  • the tour can be custom-made to suit your preferences

  • you may read reviews from other travellers here

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