Among the cities of Croatia that you can not miss, there is Split, the second city of Croatia and a compulsory stop if you decide to take a bus trip between Zara, Trogir and Split.

Undoubtedly, the city is the heart of Dalmatia, as well as the largest and most important city in the region: of important origins, today Split is a big industrial city that offers a lot of fun but also the opportunity to see many things, including breathtaking views that must to be seeing alive and will make you realize the immense beauty and will leave you breathless.

This is what we are talking about!

1. Marjan Park

The famous Marjan staircase allows you to access to the panorama of Telegrin where the views to the sea are spectacular and include places such as the Gulf of Kastela, Salona and Klis, Traù and Ciovo. And the islands of Solta, Brac, Hvar and Vis.

2. The bell tower of the Saint Domnius' Cathedral

The bell tower of the cathedral is 57 meters high and is the most original Dalmatian medieval building begun in the 13th century. Between the nineteenth and twentieth century the bell tower was completely restored. It is worth climbing the staircase leading to the bell tower to enjoy the beautiful view of all the city.

3. Sustipan Park

In order to admire a beautiful view of the Split Bay, we recommend you go to the Sustipan Peninsula, from there you will enjoy a great view of the Bay which also includes the Harbor of the city.

Where to sleep in Split

Among the various hostels to book in Split, we suggest you three of them: Adria Hostel, Rooms Denis and Hostel D&D.


Cover Photo By Mariamichelle