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Now the center of the city of Split, the Roman palace forms the historical nucleus. It's a must-see location. Don't neglect the basement area. If your timing is right you may hear a "KLAPA", an a capella men's group singing in the atrium.
Worth the 3 euros for an entrance fee you also get the temple of Jupiter and the Moseluem Diocletian had built for himself. The tower was built by Christians centuries later. I personally think they put in the wrong spot as it looks like the...More
Part of the ancient old town, all of which is a delightful area to visit. Loads of shops bars restaurants, and lots to see and photograph. A very different part of Split and easy to find at the rear of the sea front.
This tower is part of the church and very, very tall. I didn't try going up. There's no elevator (obviously) and at my age not sure i want to do all the steps. But lot's of people were doing it and said it was good
I love history, find it amazing. dioklecian palace is beautiful and old. I've been in Split several times as a child. Always loved this place.there is a spynxs there, bell tower, lot of pillars, and ancient ruins. Place must see.
From the smallest Roman military overnighting camp to the grandeur of Split there are two important streets: Cardo and Decumanus crossing at right angles. Follow the Decumanus in Split for the most important sights. And try too overlook all the tourist shops...