This Split shore trip is a walking tour which explores the famous Diocletian's Palace. Located in the heart of Split, the palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the largest Roman buildings which is still in use today.
After meeting your guide at the pier, you visit the well preserved cellars of the palace which show the building's original floor plan and supports the imperial residential areas above. You will be impressed by the peristyle, which is an inner colonnaded courtyard, where official audiences took place.
Another highlight of the tour is a visit one of the oldest cathedrals in the world, the Cathedral of St. Duje (Split's patron Saint), which was originally the mausoleum of Diocletian. Today it is called the Cathedral of St. Dominus. You also visit the former temple of Jupiter which is now used as a baptistery.
After your walking tour, the guide can walk you back to your ship, or you can enjoy free time at the many shops and caf̩s which are located in Split.
Mobility: NO wheelchairs
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