DIOCLETIAN’S PALACE AS IT ONCE WAS: STUNNING 3D ANIMATION
Have you ever visited the home of a Roman Emperor?
The main attraction on a visit to Split is without doubt Diocletian’s Palace in the centre of the city on its fabled waterfront. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, the palace takes its name from Emperor Diocletian, who traded the bright lights of Rome for what is today the city of Split for his retirement home.
Today, Diocletian’s Palace is a very lively tourism and culture hot spot, with many bars and restaurants offering a vibrant nightlife, while its markets, boutique shops and cafes make it a joy to experience once you have enjoyed the historical sights.