Your day will start with a private walking tour of Split's city center with your guide. The city of Split has evolved over the centuries. Split offers a perfect mix of history and modern influences, amazing ancient Roman architecture infused with modern bars, restaurants, and vibrant life. Visit Diocletian's Palace, UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was originally built as a residential summer palace for the Roman emperor, and Split's open green market. Lunch will be organized in the old town of Split. Free afternoon and evening.
-Nearby UNESCO protected town of Trogir can be included in the guided part of the day (30min away from Split) with addition of ancient Roman city of Salona just outside of Split. Lunch can be organized in Split or Trogir depending on the schedule.
Trogir is a short 30-minute drive north of Split. A small and quaint medieval town connected by a bridge to the mainland. Founded in the 3rd century BC by the Greeks, later rulers were Rome, Byzantium, Venice, and Austria but the deepest cultural expansion has been left by the Croats. Trogir is still very well preserved and is on the UNESCO"S World Heritage list. The city of Salona was built in the 4th Century BC and is situated 9 km from Split on the mouth of the River Jadro and was the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia and the birthplace of Roman Emperor Diocletian. 244-311 AD. We will take you on a guided walk through these ancient remains where you will hear about the history of these turbulent times.
Price per person 110 euro
Price for 1 person 200 euro
-Instead of Trogir in addition to guided tour of Split nearby fortress of Klis (used as a filming location for Game of Thrones) as well as Museum of Alka (ancient equestrian chivalry competition) can be visited with lunch at more rural traditional setting.
Klis fortress 10th century A.D. is one of the most dramatic looking fortresses in Croatia built on a cliff overlooking Split. With its extraordinary historical significance, it is also famous for its use as a location during Game of Thrones filming in Split area. After tour of the fortress and small museum we will continue to small town called Sinj, 20 miles from Split. There we will visit to the museum of Alka- s an equestrian competition held in the Croatian town of Sinj every first Sunday in August since 1715. It commemorates a Croatian-Venetian victory over Ottomans on August 14, 1715 in which the local Christian population of around 700 Croats in cooperation with a smaller number of Venetians managed to defend Sinj against 60,000 Ottoman soldiers.
Price per person 110 euro
Price for 1 person 200 eur