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Diocletian's Palace
Diocletian's Palace

Diocletian's Palace

Free admission
Dioklecijanova Ul. 1, Split, Croatia

The Basics

The magnificent ruins of Diocletian’s Palace are not confined to a traditional archaeological site, but rather are part of the living, breathing heart of Croatia’s second-largest city. They can be seen during guided biking, Segway, and walking tours of Split as well as during food and wine tours. The ruins also feature onGame of Thrones location tours, with the HBO hit series having filmed scenes here. Organized day tours to Split from Dubrovnik, Zadar, Makarska, and Trogir typically include guided tours of Diocletian’s Palace.

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Split & Diocletian's Palace Walking Tour with optional Wine and Food Tasting
Split & Diocletian's Palace Walking Tour with optional Wine and Food Tasting
$14.47 per adult
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Great tour
Great tour guide Jakov! Very knowledgeable and made the tour fun. Would definitely recommend. Thanks
Ewa_B, Aug 2022

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We had a fantastic,...
Kristen_W, Aug 2022
Split & Diocletian's Palace Walking Tour with optional Wine and Food Tasting
We had a fantastic, knowledgable guide, Ina. She was really passionate and very engaging and really brought the Diocletian's Palace's history to life for us.
star-5
Great tour
Ewa_B, Aug 2022
Split & Diocletian's Palace Walking Tour with optional Wine and Food Tasting
Great tour guide Jakov! Very knowledgeable and made the tour fun. Would definitely recommend. Thanks
star-5
Very informative tour - would recommend
Greg_C, Aug 2022
Split & Diocletian's Palace Walking Tour with optional Wine and Food Tasting
Was an informative tour with a very engaging guide. Wish we had done the tour in day 1 to better appreciate the surroundings.
star-5
Great tour
Robert_C, Aug 2022
Split & Diocletian's Palace Walking Tour with optional Wine and Food Tasting
Very good guide. Very knowledgeable and really enjoyed the tour. The tour is based around the old city, inside Diocletian’s Palace but the guide was very helpful explaining what else we could see.
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GREAT TOUR
VLADY_O, Aug 2022
Jewish Heritage & Diocletian's Palace Private Split Tour
One of the best tours I ever had. Jelena was amazing tour guide. The whole tour was so informative and it was interesting learning about the history of split and Jewish people. Highly recommend
star-5
Incredible tour guide and tour!
w29qbmtsk9, Aug 2022
90-min Diocletian Palace Walking Tour with optional Wine and food Tasting
Tanja was an incredibly knowledgeable and personable tour guide! It was great to get the history of the city and learn more of the palace with the right amount of information.
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Highly recommend!! Great value
Lauren_M, Aug 2022
90-min Diocletian Palace Walking Tour with optional Wine and food Tasting
Our guide did an excellent job of providing history and humor of the palace. Also great suggestions of additional places we could see and what to ask for.
star-4
Jewish Tour. Worth doing.
Stuart_S, Jul 2022
Jewish Heritage & Diocletian's Palace Private Split Tour
Knowledgeable and interactive guide. Good tour. Time spent in Synagogue with caretaker was excellent. Worth taking.
star-5
Fun, informative, tour
Jennifer_L, Jul 2022
Grand Split Walking Tour with Diocletian's Palace and optional Wine Tasting
The stories of our guide Danya about life in Croatia were so interesting and we had some good laughs
star-5
Great guide & fabulous tour
Jan_R, May 2022
Grand Split Walking Tour with Diocletian's Palace and optional Wine Tasting
Very friendly & knowledgeable guide would thoroughly recommend Very entertaining & enjoyable walking tour
star-5
Fabulous walking tour of the palace
Alison_s, Jul 2022
90-min Diocletian Palace Walking Tour with optional Wine and food Tasting
Fabulous walking tour or the palace our guide Tania was very informative clear and entertaining She was very knowledgeable We gained so much more information about the palace and Croatian life Would highly recommend this tour
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Excellent tour if the Split palace
Lisa_L, Aug 2022
Split & Diocletian's Palace Walking Tour with optional Wine and Food Tasting
Excellent tour of the palace. Learned quiet a bit about the history dating back to the 3rd century AD. our guide was extremely informative
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • One of the most magnificent Roman ruins in existence, Diocletian’s Palace is a must for ancient history aficionados.

  • Bring a sun hat, sunglasses, water, and sunscreen if exploring during the summer months as it can be hot and humid.

  • Some parts of the old town, including the palace’s underground ruins and the Riva seafront promenade, which is bordered by the palace’s southern facade, are wheelchair accessible, though large parts are not.

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How to Get There

Diocletian’s Palace faces out to the harbor in Split Old Town. The palace can be accessed on foot via the Bronze Gate (sometimes called the Brass Gate) at the eastern end of the Riva, 300 feet (100 meters) from the ferry terminal.

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When to Get There

Diocletian’s Palace is enchanting at any time of the year, though May, June, and September strike an appealing balance, promising sunny weather but fewer crowds. Summer is prime visitor season, and tourist numbers and temperatures both peak in July and August. During these months, come first thing in the morning to avoid the afternoon rush.

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Navigating Diocletian’s Palace

Finding your way around the alleyways, hidden courtyards, and twisting and turning streets can be difficult for first-timers. Use the gates to help get your bearings: Golden Gate is located in the north wall, Bronze Gate (or Brass Gate) in the south, Silver Gate to the east, and Iron Gate to the west. Kresimirova Street, Split’s Decumanus Maximus, runs directly between the east and west gates, dividing the palace in two: To the south was the emperor’s imperial residence, while the northern section housed soldiers and servants.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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