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Are you planning to tour or vacate in Split Croatia? Apart from being the largest city in Dalmatian and the second largest in Croatia, Split is a beautiful one-of-a-kind tourist magnet that attractions millions from all over the world annually. Its Adriatic shore is well developed and laden with exclusive resorts, harbors, and beaches. It also has many architectural gems, outstanding natural parks, and eye catching islands that are perfect getaway destinations for individuals who want to spend a quality time with loved ones, or relax with friends and or family. If you are vacationing is Croatia and exploring Split city is part of your itinerary, follow this Split travel guide for best holiday ever:

National Park Krka

One of the hidden gems of Croatia that is worth visiting when touring Split is the National Park Krka located near Sibenik. This amazing national park is among the best in Croatia. Once in the National Park Krka, you can do many things. You can take a guided tour of the amazing wildlife and landscapes dotted all over the national park. You can also go river swimming, go forest trailing, or share pleasantries on one of its many well-maintained lawns with friends or other tourists. 

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Brac Island (Otok Brac)

The Brac Island (Otok Brac) located off the coast of Split is another Croatian gem that you should not leave without visiting. Its main land is scenic and dotted with many world-class eateries that sell the best of the best Croatian cuisine. It also has swimming areas; isolated areas for kids; and eye-catching waterfronts where you can enjoy quality time with your loved one(s) as you watch the sun set. If you do not want to take a comfortable ferry ride that cruises to and from Brac Island, rent a yacht and explore the island on your own. Sail to the iconic shingle split. You should also visit the quaint villages that line the sandy shores of the Adriatic Sea and alight on your favorite spot to enjoy a game of beach volleyball with friends.

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Live Museum Split, Ulica Kralja Tomislava

If you like history, the Live Museum Split in Ulica Kralja Tomislava is a must-see event during your stay. This live show has Diocletian characters and is really entertaining. Once the show is over, you can take photographs with the cast of the show, try on costumes (armor, helmet), or go for a snack at the Victorian market in its vicinity.

Ivan Mestrovic Gallery, Setaliste Ivana Mestrovica

Mestrovic is a reputable Croatian sculptor who gained global recognition of his stellar works of art. Once you have appreciated nature at the National Park Krka, sailed the Adriatic Sea, and cracked your ribs at the Live Museum Split, visit the iconic Ivan Mestrovic Gallery in Setaliste Ivana Mestrovica to see good art. At this site, you will see many Biblical themed sculptures. You will also see grandiose sculptures and dazzling traditional ones that will make your jaw to drop.

The Peristyle of Diocletian’s Palace, Dioklecijanova Ulica

If you are touring Split, Croatia, your trip will never be complete if you do not visit the iconic Peristyle of Diocletian’s Palace in Dioklecijanova Ulica. Its fourth century Roman architecture is eye-catching. In its vicinity, Emperor Diocletian’s mausoleum is a major draw, while the performances and daily shows organized on the main square will make your vacation a memorable one.

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