Split is The Palace, and the Palace is Split.
Diocletian’s palace is one of the best-preserved and most impressive Roman monuments in Europe. The city’s historical center is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List from 1979. Get a comprehensive tour with a professional, highly qualified local guides to help navigate the town and provide detailed, thoughtful commentary on the very beginning of Split’s art, culture, and history. You’ll get a true sense of the Diocletian’s Palace and its importance on a 75 minutes walking tour, covering all major Palace’s highlights and its 1700 years long history.
Wonder within the walls of the UNESCO-listed historical complex, travel through time admiring Split’s must-see art and architecture and unlock Split’s many secrets with some of the best guides in town!
If you’re short of time – this is a definite must-do in Split.
NOV 2021 – MARCH 2022: 12:00
APR 2022– OCT 2022: 10:30 13:00 18:00
Pick among a range of walking tour departure times, and then meet your guide at Split’s Golden Gate near the Statue of Gregory of Nin (look for the blue umbrella). Spend the next 75 minutes exploring hundreds of years of Split history on foot. You will get to see Statue of Gregory of Nin, Golden Gate, Peristyle square, Diocletian’s cellars, Vestibul, Temple of Jupiter, St. Domnius Cathedral. You will also get to learn more about Split’s rich architectural history and get an introduction to some of its must-see art.
Golden gate of the Palace / North entrance at scheduled time (10:30 12:00 13:00 18:00)
75 minutes of Walking Tour experience
• Confirmation will be received shortly after booking
• Not wheelchair accessible
• Children must be accompanied by an adult
• For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date
• Tour available in English
Excellent tour with guide Ina Oct 10th 2019
We had a lovely tour with Ina who was very knowledgeable,relaxed and friendly.
Ina was able to point out lots of interesting things you would miss if you were just viewing on your own. She is an Archeologist by profession and her passion for history really shows. The 75 minute length was perfect as it is very busy with tourists but Ina was able to show the highlights and find quieter spots to explain things in. Definitely a great tour to get an overview in a manageable time frame. Thank You! Ronan & Sarah
We ended up getting a private tour from Natasa as no others had booked. Me and my partner got to ask extra questions which she was able to answer each time, so you could tell she had a vast knowledge of Split. It was a lovely tour and we enjoyed getting to know the palace and the history of Split.