The arts, heritage and lifestyle, that's central Dalmatia in a nutshell. What makes it a place not to miss, for fun, rest and relaxation has a 1700-year-old tradition!
As far back as the year 305, the Roman Emperor Diocletian, who had practically the entire known world at his feet, chose the centre of Dalmatia as the place to build the country house in which he would enjoy the last ten years of his life. Today the former Imperial Palace is the settled historical core of Split, Croatia's second largest city and the eternally young, noisy and merry centre of the region's tourism and economy that sets the rhythm, style and cheer for its wider surroundings, the smaller tourist destinations, the islands off its shores and the green hinterland heart of Dalmatia.
Split is the largest passenger hub on both sides of the Adriatic Sea and the third port in terms of passenger and vehicle traffic on the Mediterranean. It is connected with the world equally well by air, land and sea. Ship lines to the islands of the Split region and to Rijeka, Korčula and Dubrovnik are daily while there are year-round overseas ties to Ancona and Pescara in Italy, the two coasts being linked with ferries and fast catamarans that make the Italy-Split passage in only 3 and a half hours.
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