SPLIT - Croatia
Split, the administrative center of the Split-Dalmatia County, is the largest city in Dalmatia and the second largest city in Croatia. The history of this town dates back to the reign of Emperor Diocletian, who built the palace which is one of the main centers of historical and cultural heritage of Croatian people. Having its own airport and ferry port, Split is one of the most important traffic centers in Croatia and also in Mediterranean. Diocletian's Palace and the historical core of Split are inscribed under UNESCO World Heritage list since 1979.
Extremely favorable geographical position enables excellent connections to the rest of Croatia and Europe, especially after the construction of the A1 motorway, which connects Zagreb to Split for only 4 hours of drive, while many passengers prefer panoramic nearby road because of its beautiful landscape.