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Cathedral of Saint Domnius in Split Country Croatia Denomination Roman Catholic Architecture Style Ancient/Romanesque Years built 4th century Clergy The Cathedral of Saint Domnius (Croatian: Katedrala Svetog Duje), known locally as the Sveti Dujam...more
All reviews worth the climb afraid of heights metal staircase stone steps steep steps great views from the top old town diocletian's mausoleum combined ticket worth the effort small fee entrance fee scary vertigo rickety handrails ascent
Worth doing however note there are a lot of steps and people come down as you are trying to go up. It’s super narrow. We went at the end of Sept and since split is a tourist destination it was still pretty crowded at some...More
I chose not to visit the bell tower, as I do not have a head for heights!
However, the church is well worth a visit, and it was good to get away from the crowds. The architecture is lovely and the scale of the church...More
If you're not afraid of heights, and you don't mind the rickety metal stairs, I would recommend buying the ticket and walking up to the bell tower. It looks much higher when you get to the top than it does from the ground. The view...More
Don't get us wrong, the attraction itself has nothing wrong and is not responsible for the view it offers. But let's be honest, Split doesn't offer the best scenic views to its visitors as it doesn't really have anything to offer to see. There are...More
First a few words about the bell tower. The views are definitely worth the climb, but there is a metal staircase that is perfectly safe but might not be as comfortable when crowded. How to get in: the entrance to the cathedral's tower is located...More
Next to the Peristyle stands the Cathedral of St Domnius, regarded as the Oldest Catholic Cathedral in the world that's still in the orignal structure (no renovation). Within the Cathedral sits Diocletian's mausoleum and the cathedral also has a beautiful bell tower, although that was...More
If you are visiting Split, this is a place to go. The entry fee for the bell tower is only 20 kunas or 3€. The only people I wouldn’t recommend going to the top of the tower are the ones who are afraid of height,...More
The cathedral itself was quite nice. Climbing to the bell tower was scary and difficult. The marble steps were very high and at some point very narrow tunnel so not the best for claustrophobic people. To the very top the stairs were steel and I...More