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On the eastern coast lies Split, the second largest city in Croatia (second only to Zagreb, the country’s capital). This city is also considered as one of the oldest cities in the vicinity and is also the key transportation hub in the Adriatic coast. Inside the bulwarks of Diocletian’s Palace, in the center of the city arise the magnificent cathedral bounded by a mesh of marble streets with businesses and stores. The Diocletian’s Palace is part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. Just like Dubrovnik and Zagreb, this city offers a wide range of attractions that a tourist can do and go to, which are listed and described below.
Unraveling history in Split includes visiting the Gregorius of Nin Statue which is one of the leading attractions in town. This is a statue of 10th century Croatian bishop who struggled for the right to apply the old liturgical services that Croatia used. This was sculptured by Ivan Meštrović. Next is the Diocletian Palace, this is considered as the most striking Roman remains in existence. Tourists will feel like they’ve entered a time capsule and went back to the Roman times. Next is the Cathedral of St. Domnius, this octagonal structure was initially built as Diocletian’s mausoleum which was constructed between the 12th and 16th century and was restored in 1908 after it bowed. Tourists can climb the sharp and tight stairs of the tower to see the majestic view of the city. Peristyle is another attraction in the city that tourists can visit. This is a official gate going to the imperial quarters. The Peristyle now is the most famous meeting place in the city.
Taking on some adventure in this city is also recommended for tourists. Tourists can choose between Croatia Cycle Adventure which is good for ten days and Croatia Bike and Sail which is good for eight days. The first one offers an island hopping cycle experience and adventure all along Croatia’s thrilling Dalmatian coast. On the other hand, the bike and sail adventure entails an island hopping experience wherein the tourists can both sail and cycle to discover the fascinating islands of Southern Dalmatia.
Just like Zagreb and Dubrovnik, Split also has its own airport. This airport is considered to be the third largest airport in Croatia. Their airport has several passenger facilities like the Duty Free Shop, banks and ATMs, restaurants, a lounge where passengers can stay, and a mini market packed with Croatian souvenirs, cigars, newspapers, tobacco and gifts.