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Split boasts one of the finest boulevards along the Dalmatian coast: the Riva. Sooner or later everybody ends up here, whether it’s to drink coffee in the morning, sip a glass of rakija in the evening, or join one of the huge celebrations. The boulevard is wedged between the ocean and the south side of the 1,700-year-old palace of Roman emperor Diocletian.
It should come as no surprise that the emperor picked this exact location to build his palace. Of course, the breathtaking view over the port and the islands in the distance was already there in the 4th century. And the many bars and restaurants that dot today’s bustling Riva are proof that people can never get enough of this great location. The diverse musical selection ranges from traditional choir music to thumping dance.