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From Makarska Riviera: Full-Day Split & Trogir Tour

Product ID: 152244
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Take advantage of this unique opportunity to visit Trogir and the biggest town in Dalmatia - Split!
About this activity
Duration 11 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
English, German
Easy cancellation
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Experience

Highlights
  • Visit the ancient Emperor Diocletian's palace in Split
  • Explore Trogir attractions, from the Cathedral of St.Lawrence to Kamerlengo Castle
  • Discover Split, the biggest city in Dalmatia
Full description
Diocletian, a revolutionary emperor built a huge palace in the center of Split. today, this well-preserved palace is not only the center of the city but also a part of the UNESCO World Heritage, and acts as the trademark of the city. The palace is just one of your stops during a visit to this old but beautiful city.

Enjoy lunch in one of local taverns, go shopping or simply enjoy the sun and beautiful weather of that forever young city, while sipping coffee on its seafront. Next stop on the tour is Trogir, a stone city situated on an island connected to the mainland and Ciovo island by bridges. The old part of the city, also protected by UNESCO, is a true treasure for lovers of architecture and Renaissance, Baroque and Romanesque churches.

Trogir is also called the city-museum, because of its old buildings and sights, like a portal made by Master Radovan at the very entrance of the cathedral dating back to 1240. The loggias from the Renaissance, small narrow streets and squares, multiple restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops and galleries along with cultural and music events, give this town a Mediterranean atmosphere.
Includes
  • Transfer
  • Professional guide
  • Entrance fee for cathedrals in Split and Trogir
What’s Not Included
  • Lunch

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