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The ruins of the Roman Emperor Diocletian's palace date back to the late 3rd to early 4th century A.D.
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Split, Croatia
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+385 21 345 602
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Reviewed today via mobile

These old Roman ruins are very well kept and maintained! This is the main attraction when in Split and it is worth the visit! Made from local marble and limestone, this place was made for the Roman Emperor Diocletian. We were able to see a...More

Thank ccardieri
Reviewed today via mobile

We went to split for the day and mainly wandered around the old town. The palace and the cathedral were gorgeous! I would have to say do a tour, we didn’t and I think we’d have learnt a lot more if we had because there...More

Thank Tabetha C
Reviewed today via mobile

Definitely worth a visit! Must have been great to retire as the King- have no responsibility yet live in such style in such a beautiful location!

Thank mehroocama
Reviewed today via mobile

Very interesting place, but very busy. Mainly restaurants down the many narrow side streets. It’s like a walled city but was built as a palace. I didn’t like Split, just too busy. It was a culture shock as we had come of a quiet cruise...More

Thank Chris L
Reviewed yesterday

the palace is like traveling back in time roman remains, medieval palaces, modern bars and restaurants whatever you wish, you can find there

Thank mickooooo
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A truly jaw dropping place. How those ancient Roman walls are still there and how they have become woven into the fabric of today’s town is incredible. Must see.

Thank RaveCity67
Reviewed yesterday

apparently one of the most preserved buildings from the late roman period really amazing people are living here for 1700 years

Thank shy361
Reviewed yesterday

More of a walled village than a palace the area recognised as Diocletians Palace is surrounded by high walls and within it you will find vaulted markets; the cathedral and baptistry and any number of places to eat drink and explore roman history. If you...More

Thank Patrick L
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This old city palace is a great place to spend several hours by just walking through the narrow streets and looking at the beautiful gates, buildings, churches/temples etc. It really has a wonderful atmosphere.

Thank François V
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you're going here don't use Google maps take your time and get lost in the many back streets this was a great place to explore with many great shops, bars and restaurants definitely worth a visit.

Thank evie t
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Banffcityboy
6 April 2018|
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Response from Mark W | Reviewed this property |
The palace is huge so a guided tour is recommended. Booking essential
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River-Road
23 August 2017|
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Response from NicolaLevett | Reviewed this property |
The palace is an open area and free. Go to the cellars which cost 42 kuna, very worthwhile. You access them from the promenade, just where the underground market is. Turn left towards the metal fence and tickets can be... More
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split2015
15 August 2017|
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Yes! It's amazing!
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