With the 1,700-year-old Diocletian palace and a splendid waterfront promenade, Split impresses event planners as a lively Mediterranean city with modern hotels, a variety of activities and special venues. Which of its magnificent event locations would suit your incentive or conference group best?
Cellars of Diocletian’s palace
The Diocletian palace is famed as one of most imposing Roman ruins and celebrated UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Europe. Built to support the residential area of the emperor Diocletian, today the massive cellars house a town market and an impressive maze of rooms. Taking into consideration certain event regulations pertaining to the UNESCO protected venue, you can privatize the Diocletian’s cellars and stage gala evenings and Roman inspired events for up to 300 guests buffet style and 200 seated.
Ivan Mestrović gallery
The stellar art museum presents the collection of works by Ivan Meštrović, Croatia’s greatest modern sculptor. The artist designed and built the gallery as a personal residence in the 1930s and then donated it to the state in the 1960s, enabling the foundation of the gallery. Its terrace under the arches seats up to 70 guests, while larger group events of up to 450 can be held in a tent in the garden.