St. Dominius' Cathedral is another of Split's famous sites, located on the site of Diocletian's former mausoleum. Consecrated to the city's patron saint, the Cathedral's interior has retained much of the original decoration. You will also visit the Catacombes of Diocletian, located next to the southern wall of the palace. Although they are empty, they are quite impressive.
Of course, you can't miss the Mestrovic Gallery, designed in the 1930s by the great 20th century sculptor Ivan Mestrovic. The villa and its garden contain a vast collection of his works in wood, marble, stone, and bronze.
Now you are on to the ruins of Salona and the city of Trogir. In the 3rd century, Salona was home to over 40,000 inhabitants. Accompany your guide on a tour that explores the excavated ruins, including the amphitheatre, burial grounds, early Christian churches, and baths.
You will also visit the old medieval city of Trogir, perched atop a small island that is connected to the mainland via a small bridge. This walled city containes charming narrow lanes lined with stone houses, palaces, churches, and monasteries. Take some free time to wander around and explore, and visit the Town Hall and Cipiko Palace.
Departures: 09:00 AM,
Meeting instructions: Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.
Special instructions: - This tour includes an expert local guide, transportation, and entrance fees.