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Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile

Amazing town to spend a few days in, fantastic architecture, great alleys to discover, shops, bars and restaurants.
Shame it took me 5 years to get here.
Definitely worth a visit and a return trip.

Thank Peter139
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Reviewed 30 April 2018

This is an example of a really nice and ongoing restoration of the Palace area. Very accessible for tourists.

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Reviewed 30 April 2018

Its always a joy to step back to days gone by and marvel at the workmanship of these places. Thoroughly recommended

Thank Anna C
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Reviewed 29 April 2018

It's a must. It's over 1700 years old, people still live in it, Games of Thrones were shot in the basement AND you do not need a ticket to go see it because it's free. What more could you want? ^_^
I highly recommend reading up on the history to understand the importance and magnitude of the site. Bring a map or some sort of a guide (paper, digital or human). The palace is not an empty monument. It's still an active and lively city center filled with shops and restaurants in such a way that the palace isn't merely set to the side of the city for visiting, but is actually the stage for modern life in Split even today. so you might be in a situation where huge palace walls are right in front of your nose and you don't see it because of all the modern day activities going on around you.
Don't forget to go to the North gate to see the Gregor of Nin statue. Remember to touch its golden toe! It will give you luck!

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Reviewed 28 April 2018

Our accomodation was around the corner from Diocletian's Palace so we frequently walked through on our way to or from our accomodation. I thought nothing of it as it is just a part of old Split.

Some reviewers comment they are upset the palace is in ruin and it is so full of tourists. I thought the palace had a great atmosphere with the surrounding restaurants and tourists passing through.

We were there in May so it was not very busy, maybe it loses the relaxed charm in summer months.

Thank Emma W
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