Croatia’s magnificent Dalmatian cities are alive with history, offering a vast collection of World Heritage-Listed Sites which hint at the country’s rich heritage.
Discover the remarkable Roman antiquities of Split, the largest city of the Dalmatian coast. From the enormous and wonderfully-preserved Diocletian’s Palace, built for Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 4th century AD, to the Cathedral of Saint Domnius and the Ivan Meštrović Gallery – Split provides extraordinary cultural encounters at every turn.
Dubrovnik, the ‘pearl of the Adriatic’, is equal in historic splendour. The city’s beautiful Old Town is designated a World Heritage Site, and boasts some of the world’s most ornate and palatial Baroque architecture. Marvel at the city’s medieval walls and appreciate the vast Gothic-Renaissance façade of Rector’s Palace – just two of the heritage highlights in this unforgettable city.