Real people, real tragedies, real love stories, real Split in its own words – this is what this walking tour essentially is. Let us tell you the stories that make the Soul of this Roman city! 1700 years old town has been a home for many of the town's most charismatic, soulful, interesting individuals that were always referred to as the Soul of the city itself. Stone walls of this ancient city hide stories of love, despair, intrigues, and deceits, but also laughter, specific humor, and joy typical for the city of Split. Our guides, dressed in black, carrying the light when the daylight goes off, will help you travel back in time and see Split as it once was and as it still is. This night tour is for everyone who is open to something new and different which will give you an image of Split from a perspective of its ordinary, or better say - extraordinary people. Let the lantern lights guide you through the tales of old Split. Prepare yourselves for a night filled with amazing stories of the controversial Emperor Diocletian himself and of ordinary but extraordinary citizens of Split; bohemians, lovers, jokers, whores, medieval noblemen, intrigues & broken hearts, that took place in this Roman town. Open up your senses, relax and give it a try!
I have always been in love with folk tales, ancient legends & mythology, different perspectives on everyday, ordinary things... I wanted to transfer that passion of mine into a business; to share all the collected stories with the people alike. My co-founder, Jelena, shares the same passion and curiosity for the mystical and magical. We see ourselves as messengers between the old and new, past and present, perfect for transferring the old spirits of the medieval times into here and now.
Diocletian's Palace - A story about the creation of this town and its founder - controversial emperor Diocletian Nepotova Street - A notorious street where sexual service was provided Ghetto - A story about the poorest people of this town People's Square - A story about the small but extraordinary people of this town The Promenade - A kind of mirror that best reflects the life and spirit of Split Cinema Karaman - the oldest cinema in Europe