Your Split holiday presents a world of possibilities that you can pack into a quick day trip outside the city. And because Split is celebrated as the hub of Dalmatia with easy connections to the islands and other UNESCO towns along the coast, it would be a shame not to experience the magic beyond the grandeur of Diocletian’s Palace.
Split to Dubrovnik is arguably the most travelled route in Croatia during the summer months, and it’s really no wonder why. It’s not every day you get to make the trip between two UNESCO-protected coastal towns, and indeed two of Croatia’s most attractive ones.
Meet Jelena, a licensed tour guide & travel designer home-based in Split, Croatia; a passionate traveller, food enthusiast, and lover of all things beautiful..
Taking a course in Roman architecture during lockdown gave me an insight into the stunning accomplishments of the Rome, including The Diocletian’s Palace…
Besides its natural beauty, Hvar Island is also well-known for its rich cultural heritage. If you are a history buff, there are plenty of things to explore. The island prides itself not with one, but three UNESCO heritage sites.
Like any other city on the Mediterranean, Split also has a very easy-going lifestyle with a great number of cafés on almost every corner. Thanks to the amazing weather and about 2,700 hours of sunshine a year, it is possible to sit outside and sip your café latte during each season.