1. Walk along the Riva Promenade
The “Riva” is the main walking promenade in Split, where locals and tourists alike go to be “seen”. The city’s palm-lined promenade, with numerous open-air cafes, is a great place to sip a coffee for a long time. When the sun goes down, when the lights come on and lit up the promenade, the port and the Diocletian’s Palace, you can enjoy one of the best backgrounds in the city of Split. In the evening, do not miss a long walk along the seafront, definitely recommended, because Split by night is a city full of charm, even more beautiful and romantic than during the day.
2. St.Domnius Cathedral & Bell Tower
The Cathedral of St. Domnius (Katedrala Svetog Duje), originally built as the mausoleum of Roman Emperor Diocletian, has been consecrated later on in the 7th century. Among all the European cathedrals, the St. Domnius cathedral in Split stands in the oldest building, built together with the rest of the original Palace, between 295 and 305 AD.
3. Explore Split Old Town
The Republic Square (Trg Republike), is commonly known as Prokurative (the synonym of the portico, being built according to the model of porticos of the ancient Cardo and Decumanus, the two main streets of the Diocletian’s Palace). In addition to outdoor cafes and restaurants, it is not unusual to see also children playing football here, even in the middle of summer, with temperatures exceeding 35 C.