Morning sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik, included in UNESCO’s List of World Cultural Heritage. You will visit the Rector’s Palace, today used as museum, had several functions between the 14th and 19th century. The rector of the city had his seat in the Rector’s palace. At the same time the palace
included the courtroom and jail of the city. The experience will be enriched with the sightseeing of other numerous historical monuments important for Dubrovnik and its history: St. Blazes, Sponza Palace and Orlando Statue and Onofrio’s Fountain. Departure for Split, driving along the Adriatic Coast and the Neretva River Delta. Upon arrival, sightseeing tour of Split and its historical center. In III s A.C. Roman emperor Diocletian decided to spend his last days in the sunny harbor of Asphalatos where he built the palace whose walls still make the part of the City of Split. Guided city tour will include the visit of Diocletian’s palace. His mausoleum converted nowadays into the cathedral, Baptistery, statue of Gregory of Nin. Dinner and overnight in Split.