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Split is a city in Central Dalmatia, Croatia. The city was originally built around the Diocletian palace where the locals sought refuge centuries ago. Despite initial appearances, however, the city is not a small tourist town, and extends over a large area well beyond the ancient core.
Because of its ideal climate, with 2,800 hours of sunlight each year it is also a perfect holiday destination. The whole city is painted with the club's colors and logo. This is done by Torcida, the oldest supporters group in Europe. Beside bell tower of St. Duje, the symbols of city are the Dalmatian dog and a donkey.
To get in
Split Airport (SPU) is, after Zagreb Airport, the most important in Croatia. Scheduled services fly to major European cities, with summer charter flights from more. The airport is about 25 km west from Split, near the city of Kaštela.
Split train station is right in the city centre, it is a few minutes walk from the port and from the old town. Expect very friendly grannies to be waiting with signs saying "Sobe" (rooms) at all arrivals and they will jump on anyone with a backpack. The train station is rather basic, because train travel is not much used to Split.
Trains run between Split and Zagreb, Split and Perković. Timetables can be found from Croatian Railways website. Trains are generally slower but slightly cheaper than buses in all of Croatia.
What to see
Diocletian's Palace (UNESCO heritage site) - The historic centre of Split is built around the remains of this Roman palace. You only need to wander around to experience it but you can also pay to visit the excavated remains of the basement of the palace.
St. Duje's cathedral - The Cathedral is also a very beautiful mixture of Roman temple and Catholic church. It also has a beautiful belltower which provides you a great panoramic view of Split, nearby islands and Marjan hill.
Peristil square - Main square of Diocletian's palace with well preserved Roman architecture.
Jupiter's temple - Ancient Roman temple which became St. John's church.
Two original Egyptian sphinxes- One is located on Peristil square, and the other in front of Jupiter's temple or St. John's church. They were brought from Egypt by Roman emperor Diocletian.
Marjan - a hill situated on the west of Split. Marjan is an oasis for many people who look for a natural stress relief.
Varoš - one of the oldest parts of town. A place where lived most of the city peasants and fishermen. Charming streets and and beautiful small houses.
Galerija Meštrović - gallery contains works of Ivan Meštrović, famous Croatian sculptor.
Archaeological Museum - the oldest museum in Croatia, about 20 min walk north of the old town. Many artefacts and monuments from Roman colonies Salona and Narona.
Poljud stadium is a second largest stadium in Croatia and has a capacity of 36,000 people.
Getski vrtal, Dominisova street. is the smallest park in Split, situated in the Diocletian's palace. In the park there are beautiful traditional Dalmatian tiramolas.
Old graveyards. Sustipan and old Jewish cemetery.