The tour starts in front of the south wall of Diocletian’s Palace where you’ll see the full view of it’s scale and hear how and why the palace was built.
You’ll explore the untouched basements, make your way to the central Peristyle square and visit what was originally Diocletian’s mausoleum and is nowadays the second oldest building structure in the world still used as a cathedral. Over 1,700 years old!
You’ll then continue to the north entrance known as the ‘Golden Gate’ and leave the palace area and explore the medieval part known as the ‘Old Town’, walking the maze of cobbled streets & squares seeing the architectural era which features buildings from the Romanesque, Renaissance, Gothic and Succession period.
The tour finishes on the seaside promenade known as the Riva, giving you a great bearing of what you have covered so you can continue to explore on your own, do some shopping and indulge in the local cuisine.