Whether it's Split's sun-kissed spot on the Adriatic Sea, or the UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town, it's not hard to see why Split is one of Croatia's most popular tourist attractions. The city's most iconic attraction is Diocletian's Palace, which was built around the turn of the 4th century by the Roman emperor, Diocletian.
Aus dem Split-Reiseführer
Split is home to one of the most impressive architectural remnants from Rome, Diocletion's palace. That said, it is not your typical archeological site. Over the centuries it has been adapted to be the old town of the city - using crumbling pieces of the Roman palace complex to create apartment buildings ...
Posted in At the Crossroads by AAY
Ottoman Trek Part One
So we are now on our second tour of Eastern Europe - the Ottoman Trek, which is taking us from Split in Croatia all the way to Istanbul in Turkey, passing through Bosnia, Serbia and Bulgaria along ...
Posted in Kate and Micka's European Adventure by katenmicka