Split is the second largest city in Croatia and is located on a peninsula in the Dalmatia region. The most famous attraction is the Diocletian's Palace, one of the best preserved Roman buildings in the world. As part of today's old town, it houses many other cultural monuments, e.g. The Cathedral of Saint Domnius.
A stroll along the promenade Riva provides scattering after sightseeing. Plenty of cafés and restaurants are located at Riva. Even after sunset, locals and tourists dive into the colorful and varied nightlife of the city. The famous summer festival Ljeto, which annually changes the city life for one month, is a must for theater fans. Apart from organized operas, plays and jazz concerts, visitors can also look forward to spontaneous street spectacles with singing, acting and dancing.