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This is one of those places in the world that make you stop and say 'whoa!'. It's breathtaking in it's simplicity and can transport you from the 21st century to the courtyard of a 4th century Roman Emperor in an instant.
There's some kitschy elements...More
Diocletian, the last pagan Roman emperor knew how to live a grand life. His grand palace grounds with sandstone structure looks amazing. This area is also where he had his living wife and daughter killed when he learned that they converted to Christianity.
Loved wandering through here during the day then we returned around 8.00pm to simply sit, relax and listen to music and have another wander in the late evening. Great visiting in October, means less people, few crowds.
this space can get overly crowded during the day when the tour bus group or cruise ship masses invade, but do yourself a favor and come back at night when the lights soften the mood, there is live music and you can enjoy a wine...More
First time in Split and very surprised by the size and historic feel of the City, lots to see about the place not least the ruins at the center now a market place, the surrounding areas have lots of tales to tell as well, we...More
If you love Roman history you will love this place. This is the spot where the Emperor Diocletian would appear before his visitors. On one side is the Emperor’s mausoleum, now the cathedral, and on the other, a lovely bar called Luxor which was once...More
A lovely area of the palace to hang out. The Luxor bar is there and they have live music and dancing in the evenings. Nice to chill there. A group wearing yellow t shirts hangs out around there offering tours of the palace. DO NOT...More