Solo Travel Guide: Split, Croatia

Solo Travel Guide: Split, Croatia, Split, Croatia (B)

So far on my travels I’ve been to three countries alone and spent about 4 weeks completely solo (i.e not on an organised tour or working like I was in America), which obviously makes me an expert on the subject. With my newly acquired expert status I’m now going to give you some wonderful advice. Don’t forget to take notes! Just kidding, I’m obviously not an expert but I have been on a solo trip to Split so I feel like I have a little bit of wisdom that I can impart onto you, my lovely readers. And who knows, maybe I might help/inspire someone who reads this!

Split is a lovely town on the Dalmatian coast and is Croatia’s second largest city. It’s got a great mix of old Roman history and modern nightlife making it a great all round city- and a great place for solo travellers. The old town is built within the ancient ruins of Diocletian’s palace (which is also a UNESCO world heritage site) making it a very unique place. It’s not everywhere that you can have dinner inside an old palace! Outside of the palace lies the Riva (riviera) which is home to numerous cafes, bars and restaurants running along the seafront. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Solo Travel Guide: Split, Croatia
Guide Location: Croatia » Split
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Emily Whiteside
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Hostel Like Me
  • Judita Palace Heritage Hotel
  • Diocletian’s palace
  • Green Farmers Market