It can be difficult to make children interested in historical tours, and Split is not exception. This is one of very few children-friendly tours. I will give you an insight to historic attractions in more simple and children-suitable way. As a father myself, I know stories and legends connected with Split. We will look for ancient hidden wall inscriptions and Egyptian sphinxes, pass through Roman gates, make a wish by rubbing a toe of Bishop Grgur's giant statue. Depending when tour takes place, we will attend re-enactment of Roman guard ceremony and Emperor Diocletian's salute, which takes place every day at 12. At the end, we will visit the oldest pastry shop in Split, tasting traditional homemade style treats. Tour starts by the scaled model of Split old town at Riva promenade, followed by visiting Diocletian's Palace's substructures, former imperial residence in the southern part of the Palace, and central square Peristyle with the Saint Domnio's Cathedral. After that we will tour the Golden and Silver gates of the Palace, and northern, medieval section of the Palace. We will also visit city's main square locally known as Piazza, picturesque squares and corners.
Hello, my name is Ivica, I was born and raised in Split, Croatia, and would be delighted to help you enjoy my hometown. I am licensed guide, proud member of the Association of Tourist Guides Split. I have years of experience as a journalist, and I'm also a blogger with the Tourist Board of Split. I'm passionately interested in history, heritage and social life of Split and surrounding area, dedicated explorer of Split squares, street corners, people, events, or biking and hiking paths.
Treat at the city's oldest pastry shop
Diocletian Palace's basements
We will visit whole historical core of Split, with the Diocletian's Palace, surrounding area, and most of the city center
最多可有10位年满5周岁的参与者参加。 Tour include very light walk around the town, but it might be demanding for children, especially if weather is hot, or cold.
Comfortable clothes and shoes according to season, and refillable water bottles
If needed, we can take a break for bathroom or drink. Two hour length of the tour is not strict, if needed it can be extended. Time and day of tour can be negotiated, depending on other tours that day. Due to a COVID-19 disease, Diocletian's Palace basements might be closed, or with limited access