I'll be proud to show you the 2 great UNESCO sites - Split (Diocletian's palace) and the islet of Trogir. Starting from Trogir (30 minutes driving from Split), you'll have the pleasure to see the islet that is a unique monument of culture,and was therefore included in UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1997. Trogir, called "small Venice" or "the city-museum",it is considered to be one of the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic towns of central Europe. Ending in Split, the second biggest city in Croatia... Diocletian's mausoleum,that ironically become Saint Domnius Cathedral (St. Domnius was martyred in the persecutions of the Emperor Diocletian),will leave you breathless... the chambers of the palace, an endless labyrinths... narrow paved streets, sculptures, open market, fishmarket... I'll take to to the wonderfull jorney... The urban and architectural plan of Trogir has kept its basic medieval structural elements of a fortified town,the typical composition of streets and squares, the representative sacral and secular public facilities and a condensed myriad of other buildings. Visiting the Trogir Chatedral of St. Lawrence you'll find it the most remarkable peace of the medieval time art. Before the tour in Split (downtown) I'll take you to the one of the most beautiful panoramic views in Croatia: the view over Split city... Arriving downtown we can stop for a lunch break in one of the wonderful small restaurants serving Dalmatian - Mediterranean food - shellfish or seafood dishes... or in a good "Konoba" (wine cellar) that will offer you an unforgettable joy to all your sences (lunch not included in the tour price). We will explore together the city whose first inhabitant was the Roman emperor Diocletian who chose to build his palace in this friendly bay around 295 AD. After his abdication he withdrew to his luxurious palace. He also remained in the history know as the biggest persecutor of the christians. In turbolent centuries that followed,the palace grew into a town,first populated by the citizens of the nearby Salona,fleeing before Avars and Slavs. Since then the town was ruled by various authorities - from Croatian kings in 10th century AD,Hungarian and Venetian administration, to French rules and Austro-Hungarian monarchy.The big city today lives by the silent beats of history,lively spirit of the young and its particular Mediterranean charm,but above all maintains the spirit of our warm hospitality. Feel free to contact me for all of your wishes, plans and whatever is up to your mind... It's up to me to fulfill your imagination... -The tour prices includes ALL the entrance fees to the major sites in Split (St. Domnius Cathedral, tower bell of the Cathedral, crypt of St. Lucy, Temple of Jupiter) and in Trogir (St. Lawrence Cathedral, tower bell of the Cathedral), tour arranging and planning costs, experienced licensed tour guides' fees and travel costs (where needed) and taxes, plus driver's fees (where needed) A/C rent a car/van, fuel, tolls and parking costs.