Joyful Split Walking Tour for Parents and Kids
Split is a thrilling historical medieval city with lots of artifacts for the kids. We will get to the ancient Diocletian museum, where the guide will tell about the ancient knights who lived there. Do you know how they built the palace of stones? How did they fight their enemies? The kids can take photos with “real” Spartans and even hold their swords. Then we’ll follow the guide to the Game of Thrones Museum. Do you know where the center of the Seven Kingdoms is located? We’ll unwind on a shady palm-lined promenade, watching the many boats float on the sea waves. After all, we will visit the ancient fruit market square, which is a local market that has been there for several hundreds of years.
- Professional local tour guide
- Basemant Hall ticket 7 EUR
- Game of Thrones Museum 15 EUR
Route & Duration
Basement Hall of Diocletian's Palace
The Basement halls are invisible part of Diocletian Palace where the great Emperor lived his multi-faceted existence. Now it is full of life. Excavation discovered a lot of different halls inside and even a corridor connecting the Diocletian’s Palace with Riva. The fans of Games of Thrones will be excited to know that several halls were used as interior for the movie.
Game of Thrones exhibition Museum in Split
Get inspired by the breathtaking artifacts from Game of Thrones. You can get straight to the center of the Seven Kingdoms.
Riva is the nickname given to the promenade by the Locals of Split gave the name “Riva”to promenade line stretched along picturesque bay. There are tall shady palm trees, a lot of boats in the bay.
Historical spot of Fruits Square in old Split as in former times people buy fruits, vegetables, nuts there.
An old central square in Split combines modern life with numerous cafes, boutiques and shops with Emperor time ancient spirit when the Emperor walked down to the square with its servants.
The Riva Promenade
The Riva Promenade is the most public street in Split, however it looks like in Napoleon times two centuries ago. The rushing street is a face of modern , business and public Split with. its cafes, magazines, shops. Riva is the main scene for cultural and political events, carnival.
Guide will meet near the bell tower of Diocletian Palace
(Dioklecijanova 1, 21000, Split, Croatia) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.