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Split at a glance

High Season

June - Aug
Current Weather
19.58°
Places you can't miss
Diocletian's Palace
Local currency
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The many attractions, historical sites, and beaches may seem intimidating to an average tourist in Croatia. But, there are also many ways to split your time when visiting Split. The city itself sits on the Dalmatian coast, adorned with fortresses and ancient Roman architecture. Most popularly, the Roman emperor, Diocletian, built his palace in Split in 305 AD. Split natives have what to be proud of. Wake up to explore the streets, learn about Croatian music, famous football players, and the wars that shook the earth decades ago. Split is a major tourist attraction so make sure to visit in May and September in order to avoid unpleasant weather and a crowded city.
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