The foundations of the city of Split lie in the palace that was built by the Roman Emperor Diocletian at the turn of the fourth century AD. Explore the Croatia’s biggest coastal town and soak in its easy-going lifestyle. Always full of life, this cheerful city is characterized by a perfect balance between tradition and modernity: along with the Diocletian’s palace, statue of Gregory of Nin, Mestrovic gallery, St. Duje chatedral and a couple of museums, there are numerous café bars, restaurants and clubs. A cathedral was built in the medieval period inside the ancient mausoleum, along with churches, fortifications, Gothic and Renaissance palaces. The Baroque style makes up the rest of the area.