Diocletian's Palace was built by the Roman emperor Diocletian in the 4th century AD and stands by south Salona, the capital of Dalmatia. The imperial palace achieved UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 1979 and attracts thousands of visitors from around the world each year.
When planning a holiday in Split, guests can spend the day on a walking tour of Diocletian's Palace, before retreating to the Radisson Blu Resort, Split for dinner or drinks at the bar. This hotel in Split offers excellent facilities to help visitors unwind after a day of sightseeing.
Day trips around Split
Located in the heart of Split, guests can easily visit Diocletian's Palace. Once inside, visitors can take the tour of the palace on foot or by renting a bike, which is discounted to ticket holders. Though built using limestone and marble, Egyptian granite columns also line this magnificent palace, which can be seen from miles around in nearby Salona.
A tour of Diocletian's Palace lasts around 1 hour and 30 minutes and tours run year round. Take a stroll by the Peristyle Square, in its nearby gardens or explore the basements of the palace itself, one of history's archaeological marvels. The tour will include a knowledgeable guide to lead visitors around the palace grounds, enhancing the experience.
After a long day exploring Diocletian's Palace, visitors can retreat to a hot bath and a glass of wine at the Radisson Blu Resort, Split.
The hotel offers 24-hour room service and an in-house bar and restaurant for ultimate comfort. Guests can also benefit from spa and gym facilities and access to the hotel's own private beach. Relax and enjoy this Split accommodation with high end hospitality whilst soaking up the beautiful surroundings.