What you can expect

Visit the Roman Diocletian’s Palace on a guided walk of Split

Explore the waterfalls at Krka National Park

Cruise to Brač island

About the trip

Located on the magical Dalmatian Coast of Croatia, Split is a city that has something for everyone. The largest city in Croatia’s Dalmatia region, Split’s old town is steeped in history, with its maze of cobblestone streets and the remnants of a Roman palace. Not only this, the city is rich in culture and cuisine, accompanied with near by tucked away beaches to take a step away and relax, making Split the perfect city break.

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What's included

  • Return flights & transfers
  • Airport taxes & charges
  • Sole use room
  • Solos Board: Breakfast daily & welcome dinner
  • Guided tour of Split
  • Visit to Krka National Park
  • Boat trip to Brač island
  • Accompanying Solos Tour Leader
  • Fully financially protected


  • Arrival in to Split
  • Guided city tour of Split
  • Krka National Park
  • Boat cruise to Brač island
  • Departure day
  • Insurance see here

What you'll be doing


Arrive in to Split

Today we arrive into Split and transfer to the hotel, we can get acquainted with our surroundings for the next few days, or head to the water front, a short walk away. This evening we will get together for a welcome dinner with the group.
  • Dinner included.


After breakfast we will have our guided tour of Split. We will meet our guide and head to the old town which is famous for one of the greatest structures of the Roman Empire – the huge palace of the Emperor Diocletian, which is a UNESCO cultural heritage site. We will explore the historic inner city, built around this famous Roman palace, with its bustling streets, its classical columns and Romanesque bell towers. This afternoon we have the rest of the day at leisure where we can explore the city further, head to the water front or discover a nearby beach to relax.
  • Breakfast included.

Krka National Park

This morning, we will escape the hustle and bustle of Split and head to Krka National Park, which is named after the Krka River it’s upon. The park itself is famous for its pristine waterfalls, especially the famous Skradinski Buk falls, which is one of Croatia’s most famous sights. We will take a cruise along the Krka River to reach the National Park where we will disembark and take our time walking along the wooden trails spread all over the National Park, enjoying the natural beauty of this untouched area.
  • Breakfast included.

Brač island

Today we set sail to the island of Brač, home to one of the most famous beaches in the Adriatic, the Golden Horn. The island is known for its fishing and agricultural products with locals producing wine, olive oil, figs, nectarines and other fruits, but the main export is, and has been from ancient times, the famous Brac stone. From this, many famous buildings in the world have been built, including the White House in Washington D.C., Berlin’s Reichstag, and the Catholic cathedral in Liverpool. In Split, the Brac stone helped construct the Diocletian’s Palace and then also the cathedral in Trogir. We will have a picnic including local specialties such as fish on the island before returning to Split in the early afternoon.
  • Breakfast and lunch included.

Departure day

After breakfast we say goodbye to Split and we transfer to the airport to catch our return flight home.
  • Breakfast included.


Marvie Hotel & Health 4*

The Marvie Hotel is the perfect base for us to explore Split, with the Old Town not being too far away. This modern hotel boasts sea views and of neighbouring islands. This hotel has a health and wellness facilities which include a spa and fitness area.

Facilities Include

We have breakfast daily at the hotel which also has an a la carte restaurant, two bars and a pool bar. There is an indoor pool and an outdoor pool (open between 01 May and 31 Oct). There is a gym, a spa, sauna and massage treatments which can be booked in resort.

Room Includes

All rooms have a flat screen tv, Wi-Fi access, safety deposit box, hairdryer, coffee making facilities, kettle, mini bar (at an extra cost), en suite bathroom and air conditioning.

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Average Temperatures

Month(s) Highest temperature Lowest temperature
January - February 10 °C 6 °C
March 14 °C 8 °C
April 18 °C 11 °C
May 23 °C 16 °C
June 27 °C 20 °C
July - August 30 °C 22 °C
September 25 °C 18 °C
October 20 °C 14 °C
November 15 °C 10 °C
December 12 °C 7 °C

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