A bird’s-eye view of the harbor and Old Town of Split, Croatia, taken from the hilltop Cafe Bar Vidilica in Marjan Park. The tree-lined seaside promenade in the foreground, known as the Riva, is a favorite spot for sipping coffee, wine, or soft drinks at one its many cafes. Behind the Riva, the bell tower of Saint Doimus Cathedral rises inside the walls of Diocletian’s Palace. The palace, which was origin of the town of Split, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
4 thoughts on “PHOTO: Bird’s-Eye View of Split, Croatia”
This city looks marvelous. I was in Dubrovnik a couple of years ago – wish I had gone to Split as well.
I’m headed back this year for a month, Irene. I’ve done the opposite of you – been to Split but not to Dubrovnik, so I’m starting there this time. If you get a chance, DO go to Split. It’s wonderful.
I am in live with your photos in Croatia
Thanks Izy – appreciate that you are such a loyal reader, and always so generous with your comments.