Entertainment, culture, activities…
Whether you love active holidays, enjoy top-notch concerts, exhibitions and ballet or a fun night out, Split, one of the fastest growing city break destinations in Europe, will provide you with it all. During your short or longer stay, you can enjoy the culture, relaxation on the beaches, evening parties, excursions, concerts and spectacular events.
The most common choice for city-break trips is Split as the largest city on the Croatian side of the Adriatic and the capital of Central Dalmatia offering outstanding opportunities for meaningful, active, attractive and fun holidays. There are also great opportunities for numerous trips to Split’s surrounding areas, from the historical town of Trogir and Salona through Kaštela to Solin, Omiš, the Makarska riviera and the hinterland. Split Airport is one of the busiest in Croatia, connected directly with more than one hundred European cities from spring to late autumn.
There are also great opportunities for numerous trips to the Split surroundings, from the historical town of Trogir and Salona through Kaštela to Solin, Omiš, the Makarska riviera and hinterland. Split Airport is one of the busiest in Croatia, connected directly with more than one hundred European cities from spring to late autumn.
DO NOT MISS
– Enjoying some of the operas, operettas or concerts performed by the Croatian National Theatre in Split or their performances on the town’s historical squares
– Kairos – God of a happy moment, is waiting for you in Trogir, known as the Town of the happy moment. It is a story about the Greek god Kairos who appears once in a lifetime, giving a person the opportunity to “catch him toa tuft” whilst his relief from the 4th century was discovered in the Trogir Palace. The original is kept in the Trogir Benedictine monastery of St Nicholas.
– Klis Fortress represents one of the most prominent fortresses in Croatia. It gained fame during the Ottoman wars when, together with its Uskoks, it resisted the Ottoman attempts to conquer it, until 1537 when the fortress fell into Ottoman hands. Every year in July, Klis and its fortress revive the historical battles between the Uskoks and the Ottoman army.
– Park-forest Marjan is one of the symbols of the city of Split and its green lungs provide excellent possibilities to go jogging, running, for recreation and for enjoying the shade and walking in the woods. A spectacular view extends from Marjan over the city and all the Dalmatian islands.
– in Split we can find the oldest Archaeological Museum in Europe which has been in operation for 200 years, the Split City Museum, the Treasury of St Dujam’s Cathedral, the Meštrović Gallery and the Museum of Sport
– in Trogir, the Cathedral of St Lawrence and the Kamerlengo Turret
– in Kaštela, the Kaštela Town Museum in Vitturi castle
– in Solin, the Salona Archaeological Park
– in Omiš, the House of a Happy Man and the Fortica fortress