Split is the biggest city on Croatia's Dalmatian Coast and dates back to 305 AD when the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his retirement palace.
It has been a living palace for over 1700 years and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.
Today's Split has a population of 200,000 people and along with being a university center is the economic hub for this part of the country.
The mild climate, beaches, restaurants, taverns & cafe culture make Split the perfect destination to relax.
The town itself offers loads to see and do and logistically is perfect for day trips to the nearby islands, national parks, the hinterland and exotic destinations like Mostar neighboring Bosnia.
Experience this part of the world before the crowds return and see why it's known as the Mediterranean as it used to be.