Split is situated in the center of the southern Croatian region of Dalmatia and it’s the second-largest city in Croatia and the third-largest passenger port of the Mediterranean. The city of Split was an underrated tourist destination for many years as being seen just as an important passenger hub and a gateway to central-Dalmatian islands. But in the last decade, it became one of the most visited destinations in Croatia, each year reporting a record-breaking holiday season. Split was founded more than 1700 years ago by the Roman Emperor Diocletian and his imperial palace occupies the most important part of the old town. With the beachfront and palm trees right in front of the palace, Split offers the perfect Mediterranean postcard. During its long history, many cultures left their footprint still visible today on the squares and the alleys of the city center.
The city of Split is very close to many spectacular places one should visit when in Croatia like the islands of Brač and Hv