You can take it for granted that a Split bus tour will let you discover Croatia’s 2nd largest city at your convenience. At the same, you’ll be able to make the most of a complimentary walking tour for getting acquainted with Split. The tour bus will pass through 9 scheduled stops, letting you view some of the top landmarks including Diocletian’s Palace, St. Domnius Cathedral, and St. Francisco monastery.
The 1st stop of the bus will be at Baĉvice-the celebrated local beach-where you can hop off for soaking up the beautiful vistas. The bus then travels through some of the most well-known museums such as the Museum of Croatian National Monuments and the Archaeological Museum of Split. Many other attractions and hotspots will gradually come into view including but not limited to the Split harbor, Poljud football stadium, and the quaint district of Varoš.
As you travel around the Varoš district you’ll be left spellbound by the classic Dalmatian masonry set against the stunning Riva waterfront. The Split harbor will keep you enthralled, thanks to the breathtakingly beautiful seafront, palm-tree lined avenue and the fascinating yacht dock. ‘The Green Lungs of Split’-the Marjan peninsula with its verdant Mediterranean landscape will be a veritable feast for your eyes.
You’ll also take pleasure in soaking up the striking natural beauty of the Kašjuni-another spectacular Split coastline frequented by locals and travelers alike. The Split city tour will end grandiosely when the bus takes you to the magnificent National Theater. It’s recommended that you hop off at this stop to explore the theater and the playhouse’s surroundings bordered by city walls belonging to the Venetian epoch.
On your way back, you can disembark from the bus to perambulate leisurely around an alfresco green bazaar. Do not feel shy to bargain aggressively for clinching a few exciting deals on authentic mementos. Once you’re through with your trip, you can get in touch with an expert guide for a walking tour of Emperor Diocletian’s Palace.
Apart from being the 2nd largest of the Croatian provinces, Split is also the largest city on the Dalmatian Coast. This coastal city which immaculately blends the ancient and the medieval with the modern can be perfectly viewed from the roofless upper deck of a double-deck bus. The bus is equipped with an acoustic system providing recorded commentaries in eight languages enlightening you on the background of the city’s main attractions.