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Surrounded by the sparkling Adriatic Sea, Split has ancient and fascinating roots, with buildings dating back to its time as an important roman city. It's now a popular tourist destination, with lots of golden sandy beaches and clear seas, as well as traditional cobbled streets and ancient architecture. There's also a modern side to the city, with many sporting events taking place, and shiny new shopping malls being built just a short walk inland.

Things to see

The ancient roman Diocletian's Palace has intricate carvings in limestone, and a surprising amount of the original structure has survived since the 4th century. There's a relaxing courtyard known as a peristyle with outside tables and chairs where you can take in the view and marvel at the polished marble details all around you. The palace has been used as a filming location for popular fantasy television show Game of Thrones, and some newer parts have been converted into shops, restaurants, and other tourist facilities. Just east of the ferry terminal you'll find the long sandy Bacvice Beach which is always lively and popular due to its location so close to the city center. The waters are calm, shallow, and clear, allowing you to walk far out or take a relaxing swim during the warm months. Get there early and you can stake out a spot before the cruise day trippers arrive. Poljud Stadium is an impressive, modern football stadium that's also used for festivals and rock concerts, with thousands of seats available with excellent views.

Hotels in Split

Those on vacation will often look for luxury hotels in Split, and this allows them to enjoy all the resort facilities they need under one roof. You'll find hotel features such as indoor pools, saunas, fitness centers, restaurant, coffee shops, and bars. Those traveling on business can also benefit from extras such as 24 business centers, multilingual staff, and meeting or conference rooms for hire. Guestrooms are also well appointed, and you'll find luxurious amenities to make your stay comfortable such as minibars, safes, bathrobes, cable televisions, hair dryers, slippers, and daily housekeeping.

Where to stay

Split has both modern and traditional areas of the city, with the area around Diocletian's Palace full of fine dining restaurants and upmarket boutiques. As you get further inland you'll find more modern, utilitarian designs, including contemporary shopping malls, high rise office blocks, and busy streets. Veli Varos is a historic and charming part of the city, with winding cobbled streets and limestone homes with red roofs. The narrow lanes house many traditional bars and restaurants, with sweeping views of the city from their quaint porches. Vranjic in the north is a pretty peninsula surrounded by calm seas, and you'll find palm tree waterfronts with traditional white buildings looking out over sandy beaches.

How to get to Split

Split Airport has services across Europe, with many more flights during the summer season when tourists flock to the area. The airport is about a half hour drive from the main resorts, and you can easily get a rental car or taxi from the terminal. There are also regular buses, as well as private shuttles that can be booked in advance and tend to be a little faster, and these typically take you to Split's main bus station which is a short walk from many popular hotels. Split also has a train station, with regular services arriving from the capital of Zagreb in around 4 hours.