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Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split and Trogir

1. Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split and Trogir

Start your tour of Dubrovnik with a visit to the Stradun Promenade for your first impression of one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful cities and its astonishing stone walls that extend over 1,940 meters (6,500 feet). Admire the monumental fortifications and city gates, before wandering the labyrinthine streets behind the ramparts. Almost entirely pedestrianized, the medieval town is a treasure trove of architectural gems. See columned porticoes and loggias fringing Renaissance squares of marble. Marvel at the 11th-century Town Hall, and go to Sponza Palace, notable for its elaborate stone carvings. Take in views of the Baroque Cathedral, and see the magnificent Treasury. Continue to the fortress-like Dominican Monastery and Baroque Church of St Blaise. Visit the Rector’s Palace of the glorious Republic of Dubrovnik, and marvel at its harmonious blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. You will then have 3 hours free for lunch and some shopping. Taste delicious Mediterranean specialities at the taverns of the Old City, ending with a coffee on Stradun, and buy some of the traditional filigree jewellery, or a bronze statuette of St. Blaise to remind you of your day in Dubrovnik, before the return transfer to Split.

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Split: 1.5-Hour Walking Tour and Diocletian's Palace

2. Split: 1.5-Hour Walking Tour and Diocletian's Palace

Explore the old town of Split on a guided walking tour and marvel at the ancient Diocletian's Palace, built for the Roman Emperor Diocletian at the turn of the 4th century AD. Wander the maze of streets in the historical city center to discover a mix of architectural styles, from the last remaining Egyptian sphinx in the black granite Peristyle to more recent buildings from the 20th century. Experience the Mediterranean lifestyle of the locals and learn the history of the magical city as you stroll around the palace grounds from the South Gate to the cellars and main palace square. Admire the North Gate and West Gate, and discover the site of the old fruit market on Voćni Trg (Fruit Square). Go down to the Riva waterfront and get panoramic views of Marjan Hill from the promenade. See the oldest Catholic church in the world at the Cathedral of Saint Domnius, formed from an Imperial Roman mausoleum.

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Split: Old Town and Marjan Park Bike Tour

3. Split: Old Town and Marjan Park Bike Tour

Feel like a local and explore Split's top highlights, its verdant Marjan Park, and hidden spots on a 3-hour guided tour riding a bike.  See Split differently as you cruise around the labyrinthine streets of its Varoš neighborhood - one of the oldest parts of the city. Cycle along cobblestone streets in the Old Town and enjoy the city center's architecture from the comfort of your two wheels. Visit many famous sights like the Meštrović’s Kaštelet, a 16th-century villa-turned-chapel which features one of the greatest works of the famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović, and discover architecture marvels that are not on the front pages of tourist magazines. Then, admire the nearby Marjan Park's verdant greenery, its hidden sights, and end your tour with a stunning view of the Croatian coast and its islands from the the top of the park's hill.

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Trogir 1.5-Hour City Tour

4. Trogir 1.5-Hour City Tour

Experience the magic of Trogir on a 1.5-hour walking  tour, and see the romantic buildings of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The relaxed walk will explore all the historic landmarks of the medieval city, situated on a small island between the Croatian mainland and the island of Čiovo. Considered by many to be an open-air museum, Trogir will delight lovers of art, original architecture, and atmospheric streets. You will wander down narrow alleys to see up close Trogir’s complex heritage, from Romanesque and Renaissance courtyards to modern interiors. At its core is the grand Church of St. Lawrence (St. Lovro), a masterpiece by the Dalmatian architect Radovan. Almost no information exists about the career of this enigmatic artist, save for the monumental portal of Trogir’s cathedral. His art collections have aroused excitement among travelers for centuries, offering beauty personified in the relief of Kairos. Along the way, your guide who will enchant you with stories of exciting battles, mysterious characters, and the beautiful architecture that flourished under Venetian rule.

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Split to Dubrovnik via Mostar: Private Day Trip

5. Split to Dubrovnik via Mostar: Private Day Trip

Drive for 2 hours to reach Mostar. The world-famous Stari Most (Old Bridge) is Mostar's indisputable visual focus. Its pale stone arch magnificently throws back the golden glow of the sunset or the tasteful night-time floodlighting. The bridge's swooping stone arch was originally built between 1557 and 1566 on the orders of Suleyman the Magnificent. Situated on the Neretva River and the fifth-largest city in the country, Mostar was named after the bridge keepers (mostari) who guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva in medieval times. The Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina's most visited landmarks, and is considered an exemplary piece of Islamic architecture in the Balkans. Wonder at the sites and take in the rich cultural history of this city.  Visit a family home in the village of Hardomilje and experience a way of life which has changed very little over the generations and is based on organically grown food and homemade specialties. The Trebižat river is the perfect setting for a relaxing boat ride in a traditional wooden boat. You’ll see nature’s best from the banks, and hear about the old customs and traditions while having a drink. The pristine waters of the Trebizat River are home to brown trout and crabs and during the summer months, you’re more than welcome to go for a swim. After the boat ride, a local lunch is included with loads of homemade delicacies. After lunch, take a transfer to Dubrovnik.

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Split: 4-Hour History Buff Guided Walking Tour

6. Split: 4-Hour History Buff Guided Walking Tour

Visit the must-see landmarks of Split in Croatia on a walking tour alongside a local guide. Learn all about the architecture and history of the Cathedral of St. Domnius, the Church of St. Martin, the cellars of Diocletian’s Palace, The Temple of Jupiter, and the Split City Museum. Discover the secrets of these ancient sites. Dive deeper into the historical and cultural context of these iconic structures and find out what makes them so unique. Wind your way through the historical city center and learn well-kept insider secrets of the city's past. Take a break en-route for a relaxed cup of traditional Dalmatian coffee.

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Private Split Rickshaw Tour - Grand Circle

7. Private Split Rickshaw Tour - Grand Circle

You start your Rickshaw tour at Riva, going over it to the ferry station, trough all important, old streets and squares in Diocletian Pallace and then heading for HNK - Croatian National Theatre. After that you are going to Stari plac, the oldest stadium in town and heading for Park-forest Marjan, for it's north side. Stop at beach Bene where you have free drink and you can take swim in see if you want. You continue over South side of Park-forest Marjan and coming to park Zvončac. After that you head over to the West coast and back to the starting point. Besides the guide you can have the audio presentation on four different languages: Croatian, English, German and French. Besides the tour all your wishes can be fulfilled. Working hours from 8.30 to 23.00. Please advise while booking at what time you want to start your tour.

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Zagreb to Split: Private Transfer with Plitvice Lakes

8. Zagreb to Split: Private Transfer with Plitvice Lakes

Start your day as you drive from Zagreb to Split with a stop at Plitvice Lakes, the most beautiful and the oldest national park in Croatia. Do not miss breathtaking landscapes that include a series of colorful lakes and waterfalls. When you arrive at Plitvice Lakes, featured on UNESCO's Natural and Cultural Heritage list, make the best of a guided walk along the park's picturesque wooden pathways. See the 16 beautiful lakes and over 90 waterfalls to be found in the park. Enjoy an electric boat ride across the largest of the Plitvice lakes, Lake Kozjak, and take a panoramic train ride. After sightseeing this wonderful place, join your guide as he shows you to a local restaurant, where you can taste traditional dishes of this area. After lunch, you will be transferred to your final drop-off location in Split.

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Krka Waterfalls & Guided Tour of Trogir From Split

9. Krka Waterfalls & Guided Tour of Trogir From Split

Spend a day in nature combined with sightseeing in the historical town of Trogir - the best possible way to spend your day on vacation, away from city crowds. After only 30 minutes of driving from Split you will stop to explore this cultural UNESCO heritage site. Accompanied by a licensed guide you have unique opportunity to explore this famous "city-museum". Walking around its historic center and narrow streets it feels like you are stepping back in time, to ancient Greece, Rome and Venice. Discover medieval walls, bell towers, preserved castles and churches. Full of impressions, you continue your journey towards the National Park. From the little riverside town of Skradin you will take a panoramic boat ride through the canyon of the Krka River. Spend some time with your guide who will explain all the secrets of this amazing area as you wind your way through the well-organised trails of Krka National Park. Follow educational trails and find Ethno village, old watermills, stone houses, souvenir shops, authentic buildings, and a restaurant. Spend your free time laying in the shadow of the tall trees and immerse yourself in breathtaking nature. Take a dip under the largest travertine barrier in this part of Europe and one of the most popular Croatian attractions - Skradinski Buk. Don't forget to take a photo in this Instagram-worthy place under the waterfalls.

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Split: Private Walking Tour with Diocletian's Palace Visit

10. Split: Private Walking Tour with Diocletian's Palace Visit

This will be your private and personalized sightseeing tour to suit your tempo and interests. Your tour is flexible and guided by a professional, highly qualified guide with a real passion for touring Croatia and showing you its beauty.  You will meet your guide in the center of Split, one of the oldest cities in Croatia, with departure times which suit you. From here, you will embark on a walking tour, exploring Split's 12th- and 13th-Century Romanesque churches, medieval fortifications, 15th-Century Gothic palaces and other palaces in Renaissance and Baroque style.  Stroll around the Roman portion of the city, throughout which the ruins of Diocletian's Palace are scattered, and visit the Cathedral of Saint Domnius. Known locally as St Duje, this is one of the best-preserved ancient Roman buildings standing today, built in the 5th Century on the site where Diocletian, the last famous persecutor of the Christians, was interred in 311 AD.  Other incredible sights include the statue of the medieval Croatian bishop, Gregory of Nin, the Golden Gate and the tower-clock, which has kept time in Split since the 15th Century. In the Medieval Quarter, you can take in City Hall, the Fish Market -– a focal point of life in Split – and the beautiful promenade over Riva Harbor. Your private guide will share facts and stories with you as you experience the vibrant culture of this historic city. This is a tour the whole family will enjoy and your personal guide will customize the itinerary for you.

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What people are saying about Split-Dalmatia County

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 27 reviews

Our guide, I don’t remember the spelling of her name but it sounded like Tanya. She was very professional and thorough and spiced up her narrative with great anecdotal stories. We were very pleased with our tour. One hour and a half was the perfect amount of time to keep the group’s attention.

City worth to visit. The time of the trip was very optimal. A guide was waiting for us in Dubrovnik, who told the most interesting stories about the city. Milo deserves a mention, not only was he a driver and a great travel companion, but was also very helpful at every stage of the trip.

The guide Anna was very friendly and explained to us much more many things that we expected, not just only about history but also a lot of cultural background about Croatia.

Mario was fantastic and very knowledgeable. If your looking to be happy, then Mario is your guy.

Bike tour with a very nice guide who knows his city. I highly recommend this activity.