Activity code: 00000168
Ivana pl. Zajca 7, Split, Dalmatia Split, Croatia
Half day bike tour of Split is great way to combine active and cultural sightseeing of 1700 years old city Split.
We offer an authentic experience of the real Split and the Mediterranean culture behind its touristic facades. With a strong focus on traditional culture you will be going on a bike tour that includes experience of local life style, history and sport activity. Your local guide will show you around our city. Leaving the crowds of Split's touristic parts behind you will go on a search for the things that are not on the touristic agenda! Discover Marjan hill, enjoy great panoramic view of the town and surrounding islands before descent to the city center, where your guide will show you historic center of Split. Bike along our waterfront promenade, explore World heritage site of Diocletian’s Palace. Great thing about the palace is that locals have their real homes molded in the old walls and old ladies stringing their washing where once affairs of state of the entire Roman Empire were once discussed. Split is a living and breathing urban oasis awash with a myriad of sights, sounds and smells, all thriving inside the two millennia old walls! During the tour you will make several stops, which your guide will use to tell you about the sights, and landmarks you are passing by. In total you will cover some 15 km. This bike tour is an excellent way to get to know the history of Split in different and active way!
|Child discount||30 %|
|Start time & notes||• Start from Split Riva at 9:00 • every tuesday and thursday Booking is in addition of 15% of full amount, the rest you can pay at site in cash.|
|Includes||• English speaking guide • Bike rental (road, hybrid, e-bike, tandem, mountain or children bike) • Water and refreshments • Bike bag for personal items • Helmets|
|To take||• Sporty outfit • Sunglasses • Photo camera|
|Heath condition||Proper health and minimum condition required|
|Suitable for people with disabilities||NO|
|Minimum number of person per term||2|
|Maximum number of person per term||20|