Things to do in Split & Trogir
Find out more about the city of Split
Split, the urban city sitting on ancient roots, has become a must-see travel destination. The once best-kept secret on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast is tailored for all visitors. That’s the main reason why day trips from Split became so popular.
Explore the heart of the city where you can take a close look at the surviving façade of the Roman Emperor, Diocletian. While walking through the maze of Old Town you are faced with antiquity from any corner you peek around eventually guiding you to the seaside, Riva Promenade, filled with gastronomy restaurants and fashionable cafes.
Today, visitors can walk the medieval streets and relive history or enjoy the beautiful nature that lies on the doorsteps of Split, making it a well worth stop on your tour through Croatia.
Interesting things to do in Split
There is so much more than Split can offer than amazing culture history architecture and gastronomy. Let Split become a starting point for all your tours to near National Parks and beautiful islands. Through our website you can easily book all the most popular day tours starting from Split. Currently, the Blue cave tour is the most popular tour and it allows you to see five islands and testify to the natural phenomenon of the Blue cave. All that is perfectly packed in one day.
You get to swim in blue lagoons where water is crystal clear, enjoy best Croatian beaches, eat the best Mediterranean seafood, and drink the finest Croatian and international wines.
Popular day trips from Split
Croatia has 8 National parks and 2 of them you can easily visit while staying in Split. The most popular tour can take you to Krka National Park or Plitvice Lakes National Park full day tour. Just an hour away from the Split is Krka National Park. Our tour can take you to magnificent Krka waterfalls and on our way, you can also visit a beautiful little Dalmatian city surrounded by the crystal clear water and amazing beaches, city of Primošten and Šibenik.
Plitvice National Park is the oldest and biggest Croatian National Park, UNESCO’s World Heritage site and one of the most spectacular things that untouched nature can offer. With 16 lakes that change their colors going from green to azure, gray and blue, charming travertine barriers to numerous waterfalls with ‘Large Waterfall’ going 78 meters in height Plitvice Lakes National Park are truly magical place no matter what time of the year it is.
If you’re adventurist…
For those looking for adventure, you can go on AVT QUAD adventure on mountain Dinara and discover hidden beauties of Dalmatian hinterland. If you are not afraid of heights, you can do zip line adventure over Cetina canyon and enjoy beautiful sights of the land that was once a stronghold for medieval pirates.
Dubrovnik is well known to be Kings Landing, but Game of Thrones was also filmed in Split; it is known as the city of Meereen and Bravos. Klis fortress, just outside of the city, dubbed Meereen city walls and Diocletian’s palace cellars that kept Danery’s dragons.