Split Travel Guide

Croatia, Split Guide (B): Split Travel Guide

Croatia’s second largest city is nestled on a protected peninsula towards the south of the country on the Dalmatian coast. Split is an important city for Croatia, as it’s often the landing and launching point for tourism in the south of the country; a sector that brings in more than 16 million visitors per year.

The city is somewhat unassuming at first. Arriving from the airport side offers bleak views of suburbs and housing estates, but as you get into the city centre and down to the waterfront Split is revealed as an ancient beauty, with Roman and Venetian heritage apparent in its architecture.

We were only there for one night to catch a ferry south towards island bliss in Korčula, but found it to be an exciting and interesting city where we would love to return.

We flew into Split from London Luton with Hungarian airline Wizz Air. Our flights cost €80 per person one-way, and flight time was 2.5 hours. If you book with easyjet you can get off-season seats from London, for as little as €68. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Split Travel Guide
Guide Location: Croatia » Split
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Silver Central Hostel   Diocletian’s Palace   Konoba Fife   Bačvice beach  
Author: Kane Power
Read it on author's website: http://www.roamandrecon.com/split/