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Diocletian's Palace
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Robert V. Ruggiero
2 weeks ago
Amazing to see how well-preserved this place is. Worth a visit. Tip - go at both night and day so you can get the vibe of the town. It's a fun transition!
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Joe Stauffer
2 months ago
Absolutely a must-see if you are in Split. Walking down the marble walkways and narrow corridors, I imagined I had stepped back into the 4th Century. Nevertheless, there were plenty of modern cafés and boutique shops throughout. One of the coolest places in Split.
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Kieran Bianco
4 months ago
This place seems to be over run by shops (and permanently cranky owners), cheap stalls and restaurants which takes away from the appeal of being in an old palace from centuries ago. It's wrecked in sections from graffiti and feels more touristy than a historical experience. It may be better to see this on a tour. Either way, you won't avoid the bad smells! Very disappointing.
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Tony Wilkey
2 months ago
Feels like walking through a combination of an art gallery, archaeological dig site and museum all at once. Completely worth the ticket, though you may want a guide if you wish to see all of it. The maze of halls are easy to get lost in and some neat little rooms are easy to miss.
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Tyler Lund
5 months ago
The main reason for a visit to Split, the palace encompasses much of the old town and is walled in. The palace is immense and it's crazy to think that the streets of the old town were once hallways of the palace. By the cathedral still stand the most impressive parts, the vestibule and the cellars. The cellars now house a market with stalls and have been used in Game of thrones. The vestibule is just a huge open foyer. The town has roman soldiers around and a short cheesy show at noon with the emperor and fake musicians. Not amazing, but better than the scuzzy gladiators in Rome.
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Marija Marušić
2 months ago
Beautiful old wall's, stone streets and houses, lots of restaurants, bars, shops, museums... You can walk around for days and you will not discover all the hidden treasures :)
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Petr Pudil
5 months ago
The bell tower is awesome but way to the top isn't for everybody 😄 I really enjoy this view and you can take really good pics on the top. Bell tower cost 15 kuna😊 you can find good fast food and great ice cream, there. 😊
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Stjepan Golemac
a month ago
Antique and beautiful national heritage site without proper conservation and improvement plan. Thousand years old houses and buildings are being covered with plaster and painted in pink or any other colors.