13 Things to Do in Split, Croatia That You Cannot Miss

The city has become a firm favorite of party goers and late-night revelers who use the city as a jumping-off point to Hvar island to get up to mischief there.

There’s more to visiting Split than just the boozy fiesta, even if you only have 1-day in Split!


Much like Dubrovnik to the south and Sibenik and Zadar to the north, Split has a stunningly beautiful old town.

Visit the Old Town 

The Diocletian Palace

Built by the Roman emperor Diocletian around 1700 years ago, the palace is an extremely important example of Roman architecture and focal point of the city.


The world’s largest display of anthropomorphic, taxidermy frogs is certainly a conversation starter, a great attraction for the kids and we’re sure you’ve never seen anything like it before!

Klis Fortress

You’ll be able to look out onto a stunning vista of the whole city, the Adriatic Sea and local islands – which is especially breathtaking when viewed at sunset.

The Riva

It would be tough not to visit the town without a stroll along its waterfront promenade, punctuated with seemingly endless café bars, restaurants, and eateries.


It’s a lovely place to go for a stroll when the pace of the city overtakes and is a breath of fresh air with its dense pine forest vegetation.

Trg Republike – Republic Square

It’s a beautiful, Neo-Renaissance public space in the city that dates back to the 19th Century.

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