Split is Croatia's second-largest city and offers visitors cultural, culinary and natural delights, including spectacular Diocletian's Palace, which dates back to 305 A.D. The Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and within its walls guests will find majestic monuments, churches and buildings. Split is also known for being a large seaport, and many cruises and sail excursions dock in the city. The city also offers several fairs, festivals and activities throughout the year, including the famous Split Summer, a festival that showcases Croatian culture through theatre, opera and musical performances.
Radisson Blu in Split, Croatia
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The Radisson Blu Resort is only a few metres from the beach and 2.5 km from Split's old town with the UNESCO-protected Diocletian's Palace. It provides free Wi-Fi. Most rooms include a balcony with views over the islands of Brac and Solta. All rooms are fitted with air conditioning.
|Twin room||Sleeps 2||from 280.00 per day||Twin room with bathroom|