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The city of Split, Croatia is located in the center of the Adriatic coast, in the immediate proximity of the rivers Jadro and Zrnovnica, which have been supplying it with water for some 1700 years now. Its mild climate with 2700 hours of the sun per year makes Split an oasis where one can enjoy the sun even in the winter months. Accommodation in Split spans everything from rest houses, apartments, rooms, luxury villas and cheap hostels and hotels but the trend is clearly towards high-end accommodation. In Split, the apartments, rest houses, and other types of private Split accommodation provide the best value for your travel budget. Renting an apartment in Split can be an economical choice for families as the cost is usually much lower than renting a hotel room.

The city with its 1700 long history has plenty of archaeological, cultural and historical monuments, among which the well-known Palace of Diocletian, inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage List, certainly takes up a special place, with its attractions, warmth, and offer of a modern Mediterranean city. To be able to understand the historical significance of the city, one should first visit the museums of Split: the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments - a capital Croatian cultural project, established in 1893 in Knin; the Archaeological Museum from 1820, one of the oldest in Croatia; the Treasury of the Split Cathedral, including a valuable collection of religious art; the Ethnographic Museum, founded in 1910; the Museum of Marine History; the Museum of Natural Science. Also worth visiting are The Art Gallery, established in 1931, the Collection of the Franciscan Monastery in Poljud, the Mestrovic Gallery, and others.

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Best events in Split

  • Olympic Sailing Week in March - international regatta.
  • "Croatia boat show" in April.
  • Split summer festival in August.
  • Days of Diocletian - 10 day festival in August.
  • Split Film Festival in September, platform for unknown directors and screenwriters from around the globe.

Split tours and excursions

  • Excursion to Hvar - undoubtedly the most striking of all the Croatian island towns.
  • Trip to Omis - ancient Croatian town with excellent beaches and some interesting historical monuments.
  • Trip to Salona - romantic remains of the old Roman city of Salona lies only a few kilometers from the centre of Split.
  • Trip to Trogir, one of the most architecturally fascinating towns in Croatia.
  • Split Segway tours.
  • Walking tours of Split’s historic centre.
  • Boat tours to nearby islands of Solta and Brac.

The best time to visit Split

Although the Croatian shore is perceived to be available for travelers just in the summer months - and the majority of island hotels and apartments are basically open from May to late September, Split is a lively town, with lots happening during the year. Top season is undoubtedly the busiest, when the town is pulsating and packed with crazy nightlife, which will attract some but not others. Even though you can fly to Split throughout the year, the number of options boosts significantly from April until October. Split has mild weather conditions and the climate is usually great all over the year, even though winter season can be rather unstable. Summer months are usually very hot, with temperature levels over than 30C, and visitors looking for milder conditions may prefer the months of April, May, and September. Due to the fact that Split is a vibrant town of approximately 180,000 people, the majority of its tourist attractions are open most of the year. The old heart of town is undoubtedly more enjoyable to experience in the winter season when Old town is much less crowded, and a tour of the Adriatic seaside cities and relaxing walk around the walls of Dubrovnik, for instance, are far more calmed in the absence of the summertime crowds.

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Best places to stay in Split, Croatia

There are dozens, even hundreds of choices where to stay in Split, an array of holiday apartments, private rooms, youth hostels and particularly hotels, and the choice is relatively limitless. Although, when it comes to the bottom line, when you limit your selection, one of the major thoughts is "which neighbourhood to go for". Particularly for first time guests, the majority of them are complete "terra incognita", not to mention in some cases absolutely unpronounceable names. Windy and lively, however with vibrant Mediterranean ambience, Split is not the town to settle in and relax. Catamarans, sailing boats, yachts, ferry boats, buses and trains are continuously chugging backwards and forwards of the ferry-train-bus stations which merge to create a large transportation center just to the east of Diocletian's Palace.

Book your accommodation close to the heart of the town. The depressing neighbourhoods that extend north of city center aren't life-threatening but they certainly aren't beautiful. Obviously, all this has made the town center the most preferred for holiday accommodation, with a number of boutique hotels like Marmont, Judita, Vestibul and numerous holiday apartments and low-cost studio apartments. Accommodation in historic and influential part of town typically implies higher rates, and it is the case in a large number of places in Split's center. Nevertheless, sights of the old town, and closeness to all the tourist attractions generally implies that accommodation in the historical heart of town means value for money. Even though it's fantastic to book accommodation in Split's center, there are also disadvantages. To begin with, it's not very pleasant to those coming to Split by car because car parking is a persistent issue in this town. Additionally, in the top summer season, it's very likely you won't get a good, peaceful sleep because of sounds from roads, night clubs, eating places and pubs. The historical center of Split is not the area for a peaceful, family vacation, apart from few parts, for instance, close to Vestibul. Nevertheless, just like practically anyplace in the town, it's risk-free to walk around even late in the evening.

The city of Split always lacked big hotels and resorts. A couple of hotels from that time are still available, for example, a 3-star hotel Bellevue at Split's Prokurative, or hotel Marjan near Split's harbour that's under restoration and closed since 2008. Split's well-known hotel Lav, situated in Podstrana, just ten kilometres south from the town center, has been refurbished and reopened under Le Méridien brand.

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