East Adriatic Coast in Focus - Split

Founded as a Greek colony called Spálathos more than 2200 years ago, Split later evolved to become the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia under its Latin name of Aspalatum. Today Split serves as major transport hub to numerous Adriatic islands popular with tourists from all over Europe. The city itself is mainly of interest for its 4th century palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list as early as 1979, but is also home to several museums, several of which are dedicated to archaeology and history. Split further boasts a thriving popular music and party scene and is regarded by its inhabitants as "the sportiest city in the world".

DELIVERY MODE

  • Hybrid (F2F & Online simultaneously)
$39 Limited

<p>Founded as a Greek colony called Spálathos more than 2200 years ago, Split later evolved to become the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia under its Latin name of Aspalatum. Today Split

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31 May
$39 Limited

<p>Founded as a Greek colony called Spálathos more than 2200 years ago, Split later evolved to become the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia under its Latin name of Aspalatum. Today Split

...
31 May

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