Split is the second largest city in Croatia and a largest city in the Dalmatia region. City was originally built around the Diocletian’s Palace (a fortress-like palace built for the retired Roman emperor Diocletian), where the locals sought refuge many centuries ago. However, despite initial appearance, the city is not a small tourist town. It extends over a large area, well beyond the ancient city center. Modern Split is a city with 180 000 inhabitants. It represents economic hub of the Eastern Adriatic shoreline (an unofficial “capital” of Dalmatia).
Split nightlife offers a lot of opportunities to dance and to have a great time. The city respires with the party spirit, wherever you go. One of the important things for young people who visit Split is, of course to find out what kind of night life Split offers. Split is a land of thousands cafe-bars practically everywhere in the city. But don't worry , this is a way of living in Split. If you are looking for after-hours clubs, Split wont disappoint you. There are plenty of bars and clubs for you to check out in Split. Many of these are in and around the city center area so you won’t have to go far to find them. If you do want to go out of the center, make your way to Bacvice beach where you’ll also find a number of great nightspots. After all the downtown venues close at 1AM, the party doesn’t end. There are a heap of places around the city that keep the party going till the early hours. Have a look at the vids we found to get closer to the vibe.
Flights To Split
How to get in Split?
If you booked your flight in advance you can be lucky and find very good value. There are 1-3 flights from London to Split (CRO) per day and the flight duration is around 2 hours 30 minutes on average.
Direct flights to Split Croatia