The favorite city of many locals. Split is diverse and has something to offer for everyone. Good restaurants, unique architecture and nice people meet here. You will take the city into your heart, we are sure.
Old Town and History
The city of Split is the second largest city in Croatia after Zagreb and has over 200,000 inhabitants. The city has been inhabited for over 2,000 years and has a rich culture as well as a breathtaking history, which can be traced back to Roman times.
The city was built in the 4th century by the Roman Emperor Diocletian as his residence and is now an important historical monument in Croatia. Diocletian’s Palace is the most famous structure in Split and consists of several buildings, including a mausoleum, a temple and barracks.
After the fall of the Roman Empire, Split became part of the Byzantine Empire and later part of the Kingdom of Croatia. Over the centuries, Split was ruled by various rulers, including the Venetians and the Ottomans. During World War II, the city suffered severe war damage and was subsequently rebuilt.
The old town was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979.
Cultural Scene and Gastronomy
Split is also known for its lively cultural scene and rich gastronomy. The city is full of bars, clubs and restaurants serving Croatian and Mediterranean cuisine. Some of the most popular specialties in Split are fish dishes, olive oil and wine. One of our favorites is the Ćiri Biri Bela . Here you can have brunch, as well as delicious dinner.
Just Enjoy It..
.. during the summer months, as well as during the winter season.
An unforgettable stay includes a boat trip to the nearby islands, a trip to the hill Marjan, a walk through the old town, during which you will be drifted by the flair and the surroundings. The walk is also a great way to see everything from maritime life by the sea to beautifully preserved Italian-style villas from times past.