As the second largest city in Croatia and located on the scenic Dalmatian coast, Split is an up and coming destination for both domestic and international visitors. Its location on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea combined with its bustling city and tranquil beaches makes Split a perfect destination for travellers. The city is also the gateway to several Adriatic islands. In addition, the city fuses the modern and the traditional, with intricate Roman monuments and original city walls, as well as restaurants, bars and shops. Booking a hotel in Split will allow you to do business and entertain clients right at the centre of the action.
What can I expect to find when I stay in Split?
In addition to its historically and culturally rich centre, Split has an abundance of quaint beaches. Whether you are looking for a beachside restaurant to entertain business partners, a scenic location for a conference or a quiet beach to enjoy some down-time between meetings, Split has it all. The city is also located against the backdrop of the picturesque Mosor mountains, which perfectly juxtapose the modern Split skyline.
Why should I choose Split as my next business destination?
Split has excellent links to other destinations in Europe. Its international airport has regularly scheduled flights to major cities such as Copenhagen, Helsinki and Frankfurt, to name just a few. The city is also just a short car ride away from Dubrovnik and Zagreb, Croatia’s capital. Split itself is filled with an abundance of sophisticated hotels which are ideal for all your business needs. These architecturally stunning buildings showcase beautiful medieval and renaissance artwork, and can provide you with meeting and conference rooms as needed.
What can I discover when I book a hotel in Split?
There is a wide variety of attractions and activities to see and do from your hotel in Split. To experience the traditional architecture firsthand, make sure to walk through the winding lanes of Diocletian’s Palace. Built for a Roman emperor, this ancient palace contributes to around half of the old town and showcases some of Croatia’s most beautiful buildings. For something a little more alternative, take a trip to the famous Putalj Winery and sample an array of the region’s delicious wines, cheeses and oils, and take a tour around their stunning vineyard and production areas.