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Town Split as a second largest city in Croatia, offers a large range of entertainment and recreational activities. From coffee shops, coffe bars to restaurants, nightclubs and disco. For recreation Split offers beautiful beaches of which we recommend sandy beach Bacvice. There is also and Forest Park Marjan.
Marjan Forest Park
Marjan Forest Park is an ideal refuge during the hot days in Split.
Within it there is the Split Zoo, as well as children's playgrounds, jogging trails or cycling routes, as well as courts for volleyball, handball.. and for the free climbers there are the southern cliffs who are great spot for that.
For those who wish to sit back and relax there are beauty salons, massage salons and solariums.
From the top of the mountain is a breathtaking view on city Split all the way to the island of Brac and Hvar.
History of Town Split
In 295 year Roman emperor Diocletian strat to build his palace, which later – around 7th century grew into the city, today's city of Split. Diocletian Palace is build in an trapezoid shape, with an area of 28900m2, with four main gates: Golden, Silver, Iron and Brass gates, from which only one had access to the sea - southern part of the palace where were Diocletians rooms. Anthill 15th century Town Split was autochthonous commune, but because of its place position not for long. Around him for his dominance led many battles. So town Split at first from 15th to 18th century was under the Croatian-Hungarian authorities, then short period of time under Venice and France, anthil 18th century when town Split fell under the Austro-Hungarian monarchy.
Location and climate
The second largest city in Croatia after the city Zagerb, the city of Split is located in central Dalmatia.
The city of Split can be reached by land via the new and modern freeways, across the railway transport is associated with Italy, and over ferries and other water transport connecting with all the Croatian island.
The city of Split has four ports and one airport which is located in Resnik.
Climate and vegetation are Mediterranean with an average temperature of 27C during the summer and average length of the day with more than 7 hours and 12 during the month of July making it one of the longest sun illuminated cities in Europe.
Because of its rich historical past of the city, Split offers a huge range of museums, cultural and historical monuments, galleryes, cathedrals and churches that must be visit.
Some of them are:
Diocletians Palace, Etnographic Museum, Kastelet, Split Cathedral
Rich in its cultural heritage and long history, so rich with a variety of restaurants and taverns where you have the possibility to taste authentic Dalmatian dishes stored with homemade olive oil and seafood dishes with the taste of recognizable homemade wine.
Widely known for their hospitality, kind Dalmatians offer accommodation in private apartments, rooms, and in luxury villas or hotels located on the shore or in the shade of the park forest Marjan. Find accommodation in Split here.
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