Life in Split-Dalmatia often focuses on the Adriatic Sea. As a hub for boat connections, you can actually easily visit much of the surrounding area. But a weekend in Split-Dalmatia offers much to the visitor. In fact, one of Croatia’s most stunning attractions is in the city of Split. Among the many Split-Dalmatia attractions, the most splendid is Diocletian’s Palace. It is a Roman ruin that faces the harbor and includes many sights within its remaining fortress walls. For example, you can see the ancient Temple of Jupiter, the Peristyle, and the cathedral among many other remarkable areas of the palace. It’s not surprising these ruins are the biggest tourism draw in Split-Dalmatia.
The culture is quite refined and as a result there are many museums. Among other things to do in Split-Dalmatia, you can visit the Archaeological Museum or the Meštrović Gallery. When you visit Split-Dalmatia, you should also hike Marjan Hill through the surrounding forest which contains old chapels and view spots. If you don’t feel like hiking, you can always go shopping in Split-Dalmatia in the market squares.
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