Throughout the 17th century, it has been a story about Split since the Roman Emperor Diocletian decided to build a palace on this peninsula near the great Roman city of Salona, ​​where he would have spent his life in the last years of his life.

In these 1700 years the palace slowly became and became a city that today falls rich in tradition, magnificent history, the beauty of natural and cultural heritage.

Diocletian's Palace and the entire historical core of Split have been a UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979.

Split is much more than a magnificent architectural masterpiece. The city is where you can enjoy top gastronomy and wine, find numerous cultural events such as movie and theater festivals, exhibitions, top museums and concerts, a city that offers entertainment from numerous clubs and bars across street events to festivals like Ultra Europe each year to visit up to 100,000 young people from about one hundred countries of the world. Split with its dozens of Olympic and other medal winners has a sporting tradition as little as another city of its size in the world.

When you get bored with the township, there is Marjan, hill symbol of the city, with its forests, runways, hiking and cycling, recreational terrains as well as ancient churches where old Splinchians sought spiritual peace. There are also beaches, for the town of Split, an unusually numerous and clear sea, from the famous sandy Bačvica to the stone lonely oasis around Marjan.