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WHAT’S HOT 2014?

  • Ultra Europe festival – Was last year organised for the first time at the Poljud stadium, which has turned Split into one of the most important Croatian centres of entertainment and festival tourism.
  • Tour Diocletian’s Aqueduct Tunnels – These tunnels are one of the best preserved examples of ancient infrastructure, and there are plans to open them to visitors. The tunnels are 1.15 metres wide and 2.2 metres high, which makes them pretty comfortable for walking.
  • 10th Central European Orthopaedic Congress (CEOC) – Will be held in Split from 8th to 11th May.
  • Split Cathedral Doors Celebrate 800 Years – We know that the doors were erected at exactly midday on April 23rd 1214 from a marginal note in the ‘Historia Salonitana’, a 13th century work covering the history of Split up to 1266, written by Thomas the Archdeacon. So at exactly midday on Wednesday, April 23rd, Split celebrated the 800th anniversary of the Cathedral doors with the opening of a special exhibition about them.
  • Dalmacija Wine Expo 2014 in Split – The Dalmatia Wine Expo 2014 continues to grow, to the satisfaction of its clients and visitors. The concept of the Expo has changed this year and the festival has been divided into two key segments: the business segment, which is to be held on 24 and 25 April 2014 at Radisson Blu Hotel in Split, and the so-called Wine & Fun days, held on 1 and 2 May 2014 on Kacic Square in Makarska.

BEST INCENTIVE IDEA:
The Diocletian Palace. Prepare to explore the tangle of marble streets that make up the Old City escorted by a licensed guide brimming with tales of Roman Emperor Diocletian and how he build his imposing palace or the way he lived.

DID YOU KNOW?
That as A VALUABLE ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE Split and Solin, on the initiative of one of the founders of the science of archaeology, don Frane Bulić, hosted the 1st International Congress of Early Christian archeology in 1894. This congress awakened the interest of archaeological science in Europe

[dropshadowbox align=”none” effect=”lifted-both” width=”900px” height=”” background_color=”#6aadc3″ border_width=”1″ border_color=”#dddddd” ]Tourist Board Split, Obala hrvatskog narodnog preporoda , HR-21000 Split, Croatia, Ms. Renata Bašić, E: touristinfo@visitsplit.com, T: +385 (0)21 348 600, www.visitsplit.com [/dropshadowbox]