If you're looking for a destination that combines natural beauty, cultural heritage, and a vibrant atmosphere, then Split in Croatia should be at the top of your list. This charming city boasts a stunning coastline, with crystal-clear waters perfect for swimming and snorkeling.
Situated in the Adriatic coasts of Croatia, Split is one of the best cities in Europe for holidays and is one of the only 4 cities in Croatia that has a population of over 100,000. That being said, Split is also the second biggest city in the country. Its bustling port city atmosphere combined with the historic sights and the wild spirit of the city makes Split one of Croatia’s brightest jewels on the Dalmatian coast.
The city is filled with cafes, galleries, theatres which make it a cozy cultural center and an attractive tourist destination if you’re headed along the Adriatic coast.
Bonus points if you’re passionate about history since the city has impressive historic sights such as the 1,600-year-old Diocletian’s palace. However, Split is quite big. It has many things to offer, and as a tourist managing your time while on a trip can get overwhelming. That’s why I have compiled this list of some of the best alternative and unusual things to do in Split, Croatia.
Keep reading and discover Split off the beaten path.