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Split: Best of history & culture in 90 minute walking tour

1. Split: Best of history & culture in 90 minute walking tour

This tour explores a city that lies on the Adriatic coast and has an amazing climate and majestic 1700 years old historical background which is protected as UNESCO world heritage. It was established by one of the Roman emperors himself who settled here to live in one of the most luxurious retirement palace that the world has ever seen. Side by side with local experts, our guides will point to a mix of ancient ruins, inviting Mediterranean culture and easy going locals that can guarantee a sensational and valuable experience for visitors.

Split: Game of Thrones Private Tour with Diocletian Palace

2. Split: Game of Thrones Private Tour with Diocletian Palace

This 2-hour Game of Thrones tour is a fun way to see some of the important sites in Split. Learn about the real history of Split as you visit locations where the famous series was filmed. Explore the center of Split with a local guide, who is a Games of Thrones fan. Visit the cellars of the Diocletian’s Palace, the Golden Gate and Vestibul, and more. Walk along the streets where different scenes were shot. Tour the cellars where the Meereenese slaves lived and continue along the streets where they ran. See where Daenarys kept her dragons. Enter the corridor where the Sons of the Harpy waited for the Unsullied.

Split and Salona Cultural Heritage Day Tour from Trogir

3. Split and Salona Cultural Heritage Day Tour from Trogir

When you arrive in Split on this 4-hour cultural heritage tour you’ll take a walk with a local guide to see the classic sights of the city. Virtually every major site in the city center is covered on the tour, including the Diocletian Palace, St. Duje Cathedral, Peristil, the statue of Gregory of Nin, the Golden Gate, Vestibul, Riva, the statue of Marko Marulic, and the city clock. After the tour you’ll have some free time to relax, have lunch, and do some shopping. Continue on to Salona for a journey into the ancient past. Salona, located on the Dalmatian coast, is the largest site of antiquity-era monuments in Croatia, and is often referred to as Croatia’s Pompeii. See the magnificent Roman basilica, and a number of fine marble sarcophagi in the Archaeological Museum of Split. Visit the Roman amphitheater and the coliseum as well.

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What people are saying about Vestibul

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 33 reviews

We were positively surprised about Mijo. His English is excellent, he speaks loudly and clearly and his feeling for his costumers is on point, too. He always knew when to tell more about the sights and when to slow down. He answered all questions, and he also offered taking pictures and gave us many recommendations about where to go for good and fancy food and drinks in Split and around! He is an expert for veggie and vegan food!!! The tour was very lovely designed. More than enough to remember. Would definitely book again!

Had an amazing & insightful experience on this tour. Our guide obviously knew her GOT and had a tablet to show pictures & videos of scenes filmed in the locations we were visiting. She also had a background in archeology & history and essentially gave us a historical tour of Split at the same time. It felt like a city tour & GOT tour all in one which we thoroughly enjoyed & appreciated.

Amazing & very informative tour in a very small group. Mijo was so friendly and funny and answered any question. I would definitely recommend this to anyone, it’s the perfect way to start your time in Split because it gives you a great overview.

Mojo is a great guide, very interesting and highly entertaining. We did this tour with our kids (11 and 13yrs) and they were enjoying it as well. Would recommend it!

Mijo was an excellent guide! He was able to incorporate humour and good energy into teaching us about Split!