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Join us on our romantic walk through the oldest and most beautiful areas of Split. Enjoy the chance to explore mystical places from the middle ages, and take in the beautiful views from Riva Promenade and the magnificent Diocletian's Palace.
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Duration 2 hours
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  • Take an evening walking tour through Split, taking in the city's top historic and cultural landmarks
  • Explore the amazing Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Stroll past the Croatian National Theatre and walk through the bustling Fruits' Square
  • Admire the neoclassical Prokurative and the historic Cathedral of St. Domnius
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The city of Split lies in the warmest region of the northern Mediterranean coast, in the very centre of the Adriatic eastern coast and immediate beside the rivers Jadro and Žrnovnica, which have been suppling the city for 1700 years.

Come along for a relaxed and romantic walk through Split, to explore its historic landmarks, beautiful architecture, picturesque scenery, and lovely green space.

The city's mild climate, with 2,700 sunny hours per year, makes it an ideal spot to enjoy the sun even in wintertime. Let our guide show you the magnificent Diocletian's Palace, built for the Roman Emperor in the 4th century AD.

Stroll along the bustling fruits' square and past the Croatian National Theatre. Admire the nearby Neoclassical Prokurative, and gaze at the historic Cathedral of St. Domnius.

Experience what Split has to offer, and take in the true culture and history of this unique and picturesque city.
  • Map of Split
  • Friendly and professional guide
What’s Not Included
  • Admission fees

When you get there

Meeting point

Your tour will begin at Svaciceva 3, 21000 Split, near The Croatian National Theater. Your guide will meet you there holding a sign that reads 'Welcome to Split Evening Walk'.

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