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RELIGIOUS MEDJUGORJE FROM SPLIT

Medjugorje from Split

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TROGIR AND KLIS FROM SPLIT

Klis Fortress, Trogir Old Town, and more.

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DUBROVNIK FROM SPLIT

Neretva Valley, Neum, Dubrovnik, Franciscan Monastery, Sponza Palace, and more.

Full Day - 13 hours
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PLITVICE LAKES FROM SPLIT

Plitvice, High Lakes, Low Lakes, and more.

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HISTORICAL SPLIT ON FOOT

Diocletian's Palace, the Temple of Jupiter, Egyptian Sphinxes and more.

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Split Highlights

Split is a beautiful coastal city in Croatia, located on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea. It is the second-largest city in Croatia and has a population of around 180,000 people. Split is a popular tourist destination, known for its beautiful beaches, historical landmarks, and vibrant atmosphere.

The city has a rich history, and one of its main attractions is the Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, that was built by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 4th century AD. 

Split is also known for its beautiful beaches, which are located both within and outside the city center. The most popular beach is Bacvice, which is located near the city center and is a favorite spot for swimming, sunbathing, and playing picigin, a traditional Croatian ball game. Other popular beaches in Split include Kasjuni, Znjan, and Bene.

Overall, Split is a vibrant, lively, and beautiful city that offers a perfect blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. It’s no wonder that it's one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia.

The Best Time to Travel to split

The best time to travel to Split depends on your preferences, budget, and travel plans. Here are some factors to consider:

  1. Weather: Split has a Mediterranean climate, with hot and dry summers and mild and rainy winters. The peak tourist season is from June to September, when the weather is sunny and warm, and the sea is perfect for swimming. However, the summer months can also be very crowded and expensive, and the temperatures can sometimes be too hot for some people. If you prefer milder weather and fewer crowds, consider visiting Split in the shoulder season (May, September, and October).
  2. Events and festivals: Split hosts several events and festivals throughout the year, such as the Split Summer Festival (July and August), the Ultra Europe Music Festival (July), and the Split Film Festival (September). If you are interested in attending one of these events, plan your trip accordingly.
  3. Budget: The prices of flights, accommodation, and activities in Split can vary depending on the season. The peak season is usually the most expensive, and prices can be lower in the shoulder season. If you are traveling on a budget, consider visiting Split in the off-season (November to April), when the prices are usually lower.
  4. Activities: Split has many outdoor activities, such as swimming, sunbathing, hiking, and biking. The best time to enjoy these activities depends on your preferences. If you prefer swimming and sunbathing, the summer months are the best. If you prefer hiking and biking, the shoulder season or the off-season can be a good option, as the temperatures are milder and the crowds are smaller.

How to Get Around Split?

There are several ways to get around Split, depending on your preferences and budget. Some common options are: on foot, by bike, by bus, by taxi and by car.

What to See and Do in Split

Split is a fascinating destination due to its landscapes and its fabulous history.

In turn, given its proximity to Zagreb and Dubrovnik, many travelers combine their visit to Split with those destinations. 

You also have day tours of the sites of interest in Split. Book your excursions with Greca and experience Kalambaka without missing a thing!

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Are the tours in Split in English?

Yes! The tours hired from Greca can be in Spanish or English. Check with your travel agent.

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Private transfer in Split

From Greca we can assign you a private transfer so that you can enjoy your visit to Split comfortably and safely.

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Availability of excursions in Split

With Greca we make sure that you have availability of excursions in all destinations. Best of all, you won't have to wait to buy your tickets or stand in long lines for each attraction!

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