Museums / Culture, Local Experience, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. This tour is suitable for children as long as they are supervised by a parent.
You must enjoy walking short distances and be able to get in and out of a taxi and/or public transit.
Maximum travelers: 10
Croatian (fluent), English (fluent)
Discover history with a private guide
The nice blossomed Mediterranean Flower", "The City of Emperor" and "The White pearl" are just some of the attributes which describes the largest Croatian city on the Adriatic sea - Split. With more than 1700 years, it's one of the oldest cities in Croatia. Known primarily due to its palace - Diocletian's Palace (UNESCO site), but also for many other beauties, things and happening, whether cultural, social or sporting events.
It is no coincidence that the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace at the foot of Marjan hill, near his hometown - Salona, where he retired and lived for the rest of his long life. The natural beauty of the surrounding mountains, the nearby islands, the drinking water from the rivers and the crystal-clear sea, influenced the choice of this exceptional peninsula, known today as the city of Split.
Day and starting time is flexible and is meant to accommodate your schedule and interests.
- The Palace of Diocletian
- Cathedral of St. Domnius
- Temple of Jupiter
- Statue of Gregory
- People's square
- Fruit square
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Split harbor / your accommodation in town
End location: Split harbor / your accommodation in town
Duration: 2 hours
My services as your personal tour guide, tour organization and taxes.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 USD - optional entrance fees (substructures of the Palace, Cathedral, Temple of Jupiter...)
Transportation on demand.
You are responsible for purchasing any items of a personal nature related to shopping, souvenirs, snacks, and restaurant meals.
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Milos' English was excellent. He was very knowledgable about Split's history and was open to discuss recent Croatian events and current life in the country.