Visit Split in Croatia: A Scenic Town That is Worth Visiting in Croatia (2021)
Split is the second-largest coastal town located on a peninsula off the Dalmatian coast about 413 km from Zagreb. 178,000 people live in the town of Split. During the 3rd and 4th century Greek immigrant came to Split and built an amazing town. The houses in Split were built in Roman architecture and almost all houses have orange tiles on the roof that outstands the blue turquoise coastal water on one side and green mountain on the opposite side.
The Split harbor is a busy place and worth visiting to see several ferries and boats transporting people from the mainland to the surrounding islands of Croatia. Split is a vibrant and commercial town that is busy with tourists, commerce, and the main offices of several local businesses.
The city of Split is the center of transport goods from the island to the mainland and vice versa. Split is the second ranked business center of Croatia as well as the government administration zone.
The places to see in Split are two original Egyptian sphinx monuments, St. Duje’s Cathedral, Peristil Square, and Jupiter’s Temple. Most tourists spent ½ a day at Diocletian’s Palace that occupies more than half of Split Old Town. The palace has a museum and well maintained Roman ruins.
There are several 3 to 5 stars hotels as well as full-service restaurants all over the Split town. Split is quite a scenic town and worth visiting place in Croatia. Visitors who may choose to stay an additional 2 to 3 days can experience a quiet, less stressful environment and may experience escape from busy city life.
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