Make your own tour Split
Start off your tour by joining us on our exploration of the Diocletian palace’s intricate maze like paths with a small handful of people where you will learn the ins and outs of the great palace with your professional tour guide 🙂
Departure: Upon request Included: licensed guide and one of the offers
Diocletian palace is one of the most and best preserved Roman architectures in the world. The ruins being built between the late 3rd and the early 4th centuries A.D., can be found throughout the city. The palace was build and planned to be Emperor Diocletian’s luxury villa/summer house and a Roman military camp divided into four parts and two main streets. The Southern part being intended for the Emperor Diocletian’s apartment, governmental and religious ceremonies whilst the north part was for the Imperial guard, storage, servants, etc. Diocletian’s palace is rectangular (aprox. 215 x 180 meters) with four large towers at each corner, doors on each of the four sides called (Bronze, Silver, Gold and Iron). Over the centuries the inhabitants of the palace; later even the inhabitants of Split adapted it to suit them better but the outline of the palace is still clearly visible to this day.