Split Walking Tour
Stroll through the streets of Split with a local expert on our Split walking tour!
If you have limited time in Split and are looking for the top things to do in Split or just looking for a Split shore excursion this is the tour for you.
On our Split sightseeing tour you will enjoy a personalised experience and gain an insight into the daily lives of Split locals and current events in Split.
The history of this town is fascinating and we place it at the centre of our Split walking tour. A social and cultural narrative is woven into the story of Split as we enjoy a Diocletian’s palace tour and wander through Diocletian’s 1700 year-old palace- bringing it all to life!
You will learn all about the colourful life of the famous Roman emperor who built the core of modern Split. This is a story which involves many historical characters, they all had their exits and their entrances, the Ottomans, the Venetians, the French, the Austro-Hungarians…
Our Split City tour will explain how they were all very vividly present in Split and the Dalmatian region at one point in history, and each of them has left a trace in Split’s architecture, culture and daily routines too!
If this tour whets your appetite for Roman history, our tour of Salona, Klis and Trogir builds on the narrative – Salona was the birthplace of Diocletian and was one of the bigger cities in the entire Roman empire – visiting its ruins with its amphitheatre is a must for anyone with an interest in Roman history.
Once you’ve enjoyed the many sights of Split city, our Split tour guide will finish the tour with a walk up the Marjan hill, where you can enjoy panoramic views over Split city and a brief escape from the bustling streets below.
Due to the Corona virus epidemic, we have imposed minimum numbers on all walking tours (4 people) apart from our 11.30am and 7.30pm walking tours which have no minimum number requirement.
April 1 and October 31 (6x per day):
– 11.30am – includes the changing of guard ceremony in Summer
November 1 – March 31 (3x per day):
For the purposes of this tour, children are defined as under 12 years old and are FREE.