The Diocletian’s Palace

One of the mandatory visits to Split is the spectacular Diocletian’s palace, built in the forth century and declared a World Heritage site in 1979. The magnificent state of conservation of this palace is surprising, from a local perspective and from an international perspective.  Pay attention: you are in front of one of the most important Roman ruins in the world.

Its impressive walls have held its stand against many attacks and kept intruders away. Browsing the place, with its marble patio, and warm cobblestones is a true journey back in time. Should you visit the palace at the end of August you will find the basements of the palace filled with culture: art, paintings, sculptures and theatre. 


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