1. Split and Trogir: Private Guided Walking Tour
Discover everything beautiful as your tour begins in Split and takes you to Trogir, where you will see two Unesco hidden treasures. Take an afternoon stroll through the medieval maze of streets, gelato in hand. This exquisitely preserved Adriatic fort may be a perfect microcosm of Croatia, blessed with stunning nature and an easygoing pace of life. Explore Trogir and its historic center, which is a true treasure and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Trogir is named the most beautiful island city in National Geographic's book "The World's Best Cities." St. Lawrence Cathedral is the most imposing monument in Trogir and one of Croatia's finest architectural achievements, The Cipiko Palace - a complex of several buildings built by Koriolan Ipiko, who won a sea large battle in 1476 and The Kamerlengo Fortress - once the Venetian governor's palace. You will return to Split and stroll through the Diocletian Palace. The Diocletian palace is one of the best-preserved Roman architectural monuments in the world. As this is a four-hour documentary that is a must-see for history buffs, you will begin with a bronze map of the promenade and making your way through the palace's substructures, where your guide will reveal many secrets. You will then proceed to Diocletian's living room, where you will be able to experience Roman living habits. Then you'll walk down the two main streets of the Roman town, Cardo and Decumanos. The cathedral, Jupiter's temple, four monumental doors, Gregory of Knin's statue, Pjaca square, and Fruit square are all visible. You will also notice the Peristyle, located at the center of the palace for religious purposes. There is also a green market and a fish market. Once the tour is complete, you will return to the starting point.