The Riva Split is one of many things to do in Split, Croatia. Images shows the Riva promenade at sunset. Palm trees and tourists are in visible, as are buildings in the hills beyond.



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Riva Split

Split’s seaside promenade

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Why You'll Love It

When Napoleon held this region, the French built a promenade along the seaside and the outer walls of Diocletian’s Palace. Today, it’s lined with palm trees, outdoor terraces, boats, and loads of tourists. You might even see a demonstration or two. It’s a lovely walk and a great spot to catch a sunset (preferably with a drink).

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The Details


Riva, Split, Croatia



Know Before You Go

Keep walking along the Riva toward Sustipan park for a perfect Sunday stroll along the sea.

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