Although mostly empty, save an exhibit or two, the rooms and corridors underneath Diocletian’s Palace exude a haunting timelessness that...
The cathedral treasury is rich in reliquaries, icons, church robes, illuminated manuscripts and documents in Glagolitic script.
Cathedral of St Domnius
Split’s cathedral was originally built as Diocletian’s mausoleum, with an octagonal form, encircled by 24 columns, that is almost...
A mixed crowd of misfits, fishers and bohos gathers at this legendary hang-out under three ancient vaults, with low-priced drinks and...
Le Maison de Sarah
Briocherie counter on the Riva serving great brioches, croissants, pastries, cakes and tarts to take away and sit with at a nearby cafe...
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Ethnographic Museum information
This mildly interesting museum has a collection of photos of old Split, traditional costumes and memorabilia of important citizens, housed on two floors and an attic. The ground floor hosts temporary exhibits. Make sure you wander through this early medieval palace and climb the reconstructed Roman staircase that leads to the Renaissance terrace on the southern edge of the vestibule. The views from up there are reason enough to visit the museum.