A shore excursion of two World Heritage sites
I'll be proud to show you 2 great UNESCO World Heritage sites - Split (Palace of Diocletian) and the islet of Trogir.
Starting from Trogir (35-minute drive from Split harbor), you'll have the pleasure to see the islet that is a unique monument of culture and was therefore inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List since 1997. Trogir, called "small Venice" or "the city-museum", is considered to be one of the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic towns of Central Europe.
Continuing to Split, the second biggest city in Croatia and the main site: the Palace of Diocletian - a living palace - a mixture of architecture with more than 1700 years of history and tails - will leave you breathless. . . its narrow paved streets, sculptures, open market, fish-market or paved squares will present the daily exiting and lively Mediterranean life . . .
Come and join me! I'll take you on a wonderful journey tailored just for you. . .
- Trogir islet
- Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Any location in Split or Trogir
End location: Any location in Split or Trogir
Duration: 5 hours
The tour can start at any time you desire
Transport based tour with car or minivan.
Type of car:
family crossover vehicle
Suzuki S-Cross 2014
with full comfort
The price includes:
- in Split (Diocletian's palace tourist tax) and in Trogir (St. Lawrence Cathedral, tower bell of the Cathedral)
- tour arranging and planning costs
- me as your private experienced licensed tour guide
- travel costs (where needed) and taxes
- air-conditioned Suzuki S-Cross
- parking costs
It will not be a problem to accommodate bigger groups. All the itineraries are run for private groups and adapted to meet your interests.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 EURO - Meals and souvenirs...
- extra entrance fees not mentioned above
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We had a great day with Frane. He was a history major and so is a fountain of knowledge on Croatian history and has a nice way of connecting that history to the places we visited so it all made sense. The tour visited the coliseum, Trogir, and the highlight, Diocletian's Palace. We saw a lot in one day and felt that we left with an understanding of the history of what we saw. He dropped us off in time to walk around the old town of Split. Frane was a excellent driver and guide and we recommend him.