Split : Diocletian's palace - UNESCO World Heritage Site (4 cent. A.D.), one of the best preserved monuments of the Roman architecture in the world and one of the most imposing Roman ruins on the eastern side of the Adriatic coast.
Trogir : Medieval old town-island (connected with a small bridge to the mainland), UNESCO World Heritage Site, known as "Town Museum" or "Little Venice". Trogir is one of the last places on the Dalmatian coast with the preserved essence of a medieval town. It is famous for its Cathedral of St. Lawrence, widely cosidered finest architectural achievements in Croatia with magnificent Radovans portal.
This tour combines a visit to treasure trove of delights, two UNESCO World Heritage Sites - Diocletian's Palace in Split and the medieval town of Trogir.
Trogir - upon meeting your private licensed guide and driver, your tour to Trogir starts with a pleasant drive along the Dalmatian coast. Trogir is located on a small islet between the mainland of Croatia and the island of Ciovo and it's conected with a bridge to the mainland. This gorgeous town was originally a Greek colony but the main core of the town was developed between the 13th and the 15th century, surrounded by city walls. The historical center of Trogir is an unique monument and is included to UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Let your guide lead you into the stories and the facts of the rich history of the town while you walk through its narrow streets, taking you back in history as you pass stone houses, churches, palaces, monasteries and city walls. You will visit the main attraction of Trogir, St. Lawrence Cathedral which is widely considered one of the finest architectural achievements in Croatia. Take time to enjoy the beauty of the magnificent Romanesque portal created by the local artist Radovan and considered cathedral's finest piece of architectural work.
Split - Diocletian’s Palace (UNESCO World Heritage Site), located in the heart of Split, is one of the largest Roman buildings which is still in use today. Your guide will take you through well preserved cellars of the palace which show the building's original floor plan and which are supporting the imperial residential areas above. You will be impressed by the Peristyle, an inner colonnaded courtyard, where official audiences took place. Take time to enjoy the beauty of one of the oldest cathedrals in the world, the Cathedral of St. Duje, named after Split's patron Saint, which was originally the mausoleum of the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Today it is called the Cathedral of St. Dominus. You will also see the former temple of Jupiter which is now used as a baptistery. Besides the palace the guide will show you also a part of the old town.
OPTIONAL: Lunch in one of the local restaurants in Split or Trogir
Price per person 130 € 100 € 90 € 85 € 80 € 75 € 70 €
If travelling in a group of more than 8 people, contact us for an offer.
PRICE INCLUDES : Pick Up and Drop Off, transport with comfortable sedan car or passenger mini van, official English speaking tour guide (other languages on request), road tolls and parking, all taxes and VAT.
Very professional, both the guide and my office contact, Vesna.Would recommend to anyone wanting to see both Trogir and Split. Restaurant where we asked Vesna to make reservations in Trogir, Konoba TRS, was fantastic!
Our guide gave us a fabulous tour of Split & Trogir. We learned so much & had so much fun along the way. We would highly recommend this tour to anyone who wants a fantastic walking tour of this beautiful & historic place. We were visiting from a cruise ship & had only a limited amount of time & felt so fortunate to have signed up with Split Excursions for our private tour.
we had the greatest experience our guide and driver were the best.we had a rivate tour and it was wonderful thank you for making our first visit to croatia so fabulous barbara and tony della rocca
The very best way to see Split & Trogir!
Loved VJ but Masha needs work. we arrive at 1 pm and she wanted to tour first. three of us never had lunch as 230 is to late. the other four went to eat instead.. VJ should of gone with us as he stopped for bathrooms to magnets. he seemed to know more too.
we told her we were hungry she wanted to tour. i told VJ up front we needed to eat as some americans like to eat early.
We had a great tour, our guide was very attentive and very knowledgeable...we all enjoyed it very much.
Ernesto was fabulous! He has great knowledge of history and culture and is a wonderful storyteller. He made us love Croatia and treated us like personal friends. I would highly recommend your service to anyone traveling to the area.
We had an amazing time!!!! Our tou guide in Split was fantastic!