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About Split
Nestled on a peninsula off the coast of Dalmatia, Split is the second largest city of Croatia. Also known fondly as the “Mediterranean Flower”, it is considered to be the largest town of Dalmatia. Offering a small town aura, this flamboyant city attracts tourists with its unique blend of history and modernity. The beauty of Split lies in its fascinating amalgamation of magnificent mountains, dramatic ocean, flamboyant suburbs, and stunning Roman ruins.

The turquoise sea water makes for a dramatic contrast with the orange-roofed houses, adding a magical charm to the city. Abundant sunshine, marble walkways, and brilliant Gothic and Renaissance architecture make the city all the more alluring. The city of Split is packed with a plethora of famous tourist attractions, in the form of churches, temples, monuments, and arcades. Some of the striking landmarks that the city boasts to its tourists, include the bustling Peristil Square, the Egyptian sphinx monuments, Jupiter’s Temple, and St. Duje’s Cathedral.

On your visit to Split, you can engage in a myriad of enjoyable activities. You can spend time strolling along the sea promenade, island-hopping, relishing flavorsome Dalmatian cuisine, hiking the picturesque Marjan Hill, swimming at Bacvice, and shopping at Green Market. The Mediterranean city of Split enjoys a mild climate all through the year. The best time to visit Split is during the months of May, June, September, and October, when the days are sunny and salubrious.
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