Split is Croatia's second-largest city. Located on the Dalmatian Coast, it is an attractive destination but not as popular as Dubrovnik, Dalmatia's other famous city. Split's star attraction is its World Heritage Site, Diocletian's Palace, built in the 4th century A.D. However, Split's appeal doesn't stop at Roman-era monuments. Dining, shopping, and nightlife are also a part of Split life.
Take the Diocletian's Palace Photo Tour
Restaurants and Bars in Split:
From Croatian food, to pizza, to Mexican food, Split has it all, and at all price points, too. Dine by the ocean or within Diocletian's Palace to take advantage of Split's special atmosphere.
Bars are plentiful in Split. Make your way to center of Split for the best selection - again, the area in and around Diocletian's Palace offers plenty of selection.
Hotels In Split:
Staying close to the city center when you visit Split can be tricky, especially in the high tourist season. Visitors with cars can find the best deals in this season, but those who will need to take public transportation should book their hotel carefully.
If you need a hotel with a prime location, hotels within walking distance of the city center include Hotel Atrium, Art Hotel, and Hotel Consul.
Compare Prices for hotels in Split, Croatia.
Getting to Split:
Split does have an airport, though flights are seasonal, and Croatia Airlines and Easyjet both make stops here.
for flights to Split, Croatia.
Other ways to get to Split include by car, by ferry (seasonal - check availability in advance), bus from major cities in Croatia, and trains from Zagreb, Zadar, and Sibenik.