"The palace's substructures" Diocletian's Palace Tip by sabsi

Diocletian's Palace, Split: 96 reviews and 214 photos

  Substructures of Diocletian's Palace
by sabsi

We entered Diocletian's Palace through the substructures, which is basically an ancient "basement" (on ground level though) full of dark halls full of handcraft souvenirs.

It's rather cool and wet in here. Unfortunately it's hard to escape the crowds. When we did once we found a hall which looked like a wedding chapel to me. Apparently you can get married in here. I guess a white shoulderless dress is out of question...

Directions: You find the entrance to the substructures in the southern wall of the palace on Riva.

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Sep 9, 2007
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