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Tours in Split & Sibenik
SPLIT CITY TOUR
Split is situated on a small peninsula and got it’s name from the ancient Greeks who settled there in the 4th century BC. It’s name derives from the Greek word ‘Aspalathos’ meaning the Spanish broom flower. Split is Croatia’s second biggest city and one of it’s most famous monuments is the UNESCO world heritage site, Diocletian’s Palace. The Palace covers an area of 7 acres and was originally built as a retirement palace for Emperor Diocletian and served as a combination palace and military camp. It is the inner core of the city and has been a living palace for over 1,700 years!
ROMAN RUINS OF SALONA UNESCO TOWN O TROGIR & SPLIT CITY TOUR
In the antiquity Salona was the most significant town in this part of the Roman Empire with a population of 60,000 and complete urban infrastructure. See why Trogir was proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997 and why Diocletian’s Palace has been a living heart beat for over 1,700 years.
LIVNO, SOUTH – WEST BOSNIA
Remnants from the Roman era and a distinct Ottoman influence make Livno an authentic & exotic destination which few foreigners can claim to have experienced. It’s close proximity to Split and combination of lakes, rivers, forests, mountains and a unique local flavor make it a must.