Must see attractions in Split

Must see attractions in Split

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Split Croatia is home to many amazing attractions if you are interested in getting the most out of the region you should strongly consider visiting some of the top rated experiences in split. Here are some of the highest rated attractions in Split for you to visit on your next visit:

Diocletian’s Palace: This palace was originally built by a Roman Emperor by the name of Diocletian. The palace dates back to the fourth century A.D. in the area that the palace encompasses actually takes up around half of the original old town in Split. The palace is also on of the UNESCO sites in Croatia.

Cathedral of St. Domnius: This cathedral is otherwise known as the St. Duiam or Saint Duje Cathedral. This cathedral is also one of the smallest Catholic cathedrals in the whole of Europe. The interior is modeled after Roman architecture and the church sits near the center of the old town.

Ivan Mestrovic Gallery: This art museum is located near the center of Split and it houses the work of Ivan Mestrovic who was a sculptor in the 20th century. The façade at the front of the beautiful gallery resembles Roman architecture and the flight of stairs leading up to the gallery is a beautiful experience in itself.

Marjan: Located just outside of the city of Split is the Peninsula area of Marjan which is a part of the Dalmatia region. This Mediterranean pine forest is a protected area with unique beaches and beautiful wildlife. If you want to grow more in touch with nature during your trip to Split, this is an area you should definitely visit over your vacation.