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Best places to visit in Split – Part 2.

boat tour from split to krka waterfalls

For all of you travellers, interested in our Krka waterfalls from Split tour, if you’re wondering what else to visit while in Croatia, let us continue with our tour!
Did you know that Dubrovnik is only 2 and a half hours drive away from Split?
It is a nice idea for a day tour from Split!

1. Visit Dubrovnik’s Old City Walls and ride Cable Car Dubrovnik

One of the best views of Dubrovnik and beyond are without doubt, experienced from the top of the Srd Hill and city walls! Cable car operates every day, every 15 minutes in high season, so it is easy to manage! Journey time to the top is just three minutes you’ll find yourself more than 400 meters above sea level. Enjoying a panoramic view of Dubrovnik’s Old Town and the Adriatic sea and take some amazing Instagram photos. On a clear day, you can see up to 60 km!

2. Boat tour to Krka

Unique way to experience all that this National Park offers! Join our brand-new Krka waterfalls from Split tour in 2019., where you will visit Skradin, swim under Skradinski Buk, explore the mesmerising sea life in the middle of Blue Lagoon, and finish your visit in UNESCO site Trogir!

3. UNESCO Sites in Croatia

Did you know that Croatia has seven UNESCO World Heritage sites?
They are: Plitvice Lakes National Park, Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian, Old City of Dubrovnik, Episcopal Complex of the Euphrasia Basilica in the Historic Centre of Poreč, Historic city of Trogir, Cathedral of Saint James and the Stari Grad Plain!

4. Island Hopping with a speedboat!

One of the best ways to explore the most islands in one day is to join our top selling tour: https://www.bluecavetourfromsplit.com/portfolio/blue-cave-2/
When Croatia offers more than a thousand stunning islands, you simply cannot pass up the opportunity to discover a few of them via boat!

5. Food and Wine Tasting

When in Croatia, you need to try all our domestic food and wines!
Even if you’re not a wine-drinker, you will still appreciate the local cheeses, olive oil, figs and traditional cakes on offer at some of Croatia’s numerous vineyards. Our favourite is the Pelješac wine yard, where a few families offer you a tradition of wine making, older than 100 years!
PRO TIP: “Konoba” is a Croatian word for a domestic restaurant, usually family-run and there is no better place to try food than there!