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Split-Middle Dalmatia

Discover two important places; both historically and culturally. Stroll the streets of Croatia’s second largest city Split then relax in the timeless town of Trogir.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Delve into the Dalmatian culture

* Explore Split and Trogir

* Admire the ancient architecture, the Roman monuments and dramatic backdrops

Welcome to Croatia’s second largest city and discover the essence of Dalmatian life. Roam around Diocletian’s Palace, a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site, also one of the most impressive Roman Monuments. Lose yourself to the hustle and bustle of the city life, whilst making your way through its ancient walls, flourishing bars and cafes full of people and quaint little shops.

Aside from a very fast-paced city life, it has a very distinctive and dramatic backdrop. Lookout over the coastal mountains and the glittering Adriatic Sea. Learn all about its impressive history and culture with help from your expert tour guide.

Next our tour takes us to the beautiful Town of Trogir, connected to the mainland by a bridge and nestled on a little island off the coast. Found inside some impressive medieval walls, let your heart guide you around the winding marble streets all lit up by traditional streetlamps. Admire the glorious well-kept buildings from the 13th to 15th Century, with a fine range from Renaissance and Baroque periods. This is an art lover’s paradise! Discover two important places; both historically and culturally. Stroll the streets of Croatia’s second largest city Split then relax in the timeless town of Trogir. Welcome to Croatia’s second largest city and discover the essence of Dalmatian life. Roam around Diocletian’s Palace, a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site, also one of the most impressive Roman Monuments. Lose yourself to the hustle and bustle of the city life, whilst making your way through its ancient walls, flourishing bars and cafes full of people and quaint little shops. Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up from the hotel.

Start/opening time: At 9am.

End/closing time: At 4pm.

Languages: English, Spanish, French, German and Italian.

Others: Appropriate clothes to visit sacred places.