Consisting of an imperial Roman palace that was taken over by the plebs and turned into a thronging city, central Split is an attraction by itself. There’s no single must-see attraction here: it’s really a question of taking time to stroll the palace’s narrow, tunnel-like streets, where Roman, medieval and Renaissance buildings jostle together to form a unique urban jumble. Split is a special city that leaves no one indifferent. Stone houses and narrow streets are a perfect blend of the glorious past and the challenging present. The charm of this city is hard to resist. In every step you can feel the Mediterranean inviting you to feel the warmth of the city where the stone and sun have been meeting each other for centuries. The first and the most important venue is definitely Diocletian’s Palace. The palace is situated in the center of Split and it is the only preserved populated Roman palace. Do not miss the most beautiful cathedral in a whole Split- St. Duje, Fruit square with statue of Marko Marulic!