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Split – a stylish city with thumping nightlife, lively beaches, plenty of tourist activities and simply stunning World Heritage sites.

Often overlooked among its fellow cities as a mere jumping off point for those travelling to the Dalmatian islands, there is much more to Split as this travel guide will tell you. Well, how many cities do you know that have a Roman palace built into the very heart of its old town? Diocletian’s sprawling palace is not only one of the best-preserved Roman buildings in the world, it’s also host to numerous restaurants, boutiques and charismatic homes. Walk the corridors and alleyways where emperors once trod as you go about your shopping – stunning! And while you’re at it why not pop up to the top of the St Domnius Cathedral for breathtaking views of the city and the surrounding islands. 

April 2017
Subterranean Markets - Head underground beneath Diocletian's Palace to pick up some great souvenirs and presents at the myriad stalls.

January 2017
Fish Market - This characterful fish market is home to all sorts of freshly landed Adriatic wonders. Enjoy them fried in the adjacent pub. Obrov 5.

April 2017
Get up Marjan - Marjan Hill hands over Split and is a great place in spring to hike up and admire a view of both the city and the surrounding isles without the heat haze of summer.

January 2017
Varos - This historic part of Split is often ignored by visitors. Don't be one of them - head up the slopes and lose yourself for a few hours in the backstreets.

April 2017
Hvar Town - This town on the idyllic isle of Hvar is a favourite these days of the jet set, but it's much quieter in spring, allowing its gorgeous Venetian-era architecture to really shine.

January 2017
Trogir - This remarkable historic town sits on small island near Split's airport, with the highlight its epic UNESCO World Heritage listed cathedral.

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