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Our wheelchair accessible tours in Split are suitable for wheelchair users, scooter users, slow walkers, and able-bodied travelers. When you wish to visit a site that is not listed here, please contact us. All tours are flexible and can be customized according to your interests and needs.

In Split, you have the option to go on one wheelchair accessible tour. The tour starts from the pier towards the city. Prior to your arrival, you let us know your preference and requirements of where you want to go. The tour in Split is wheelchair accessible and adjustable to your wishes. For more details about the tour, click on the read more button below.


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Wheelchair Accessible Walking/Rolling tour Split – Approx. 2.5 hours

See, taste, smell, and feel everything the gorgeous town of Split has to offer. From the pier, you will do a strolling tour that brings you to all the hidden gems. Enjoy the colors and taste local products on a picturesque market during this two and a half hour, wheelchair accessible tour.

Tours in Split

After booking your private and adjustable tour with us, your officially licensed guide awaits for you upon arrival in Split at the cruise port or hotel. From there you go for a stroll. Your experienced English speaking guide makes you feel at home instantly. He is from the region and knows all the hidden gems in and around Split. With him, you experience the best local attractions and enjoy a very special day.

About Split

Split is the most significant urban, cultural, and transportation center of Dalmatia. Split is a 1700-year-old city, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The reason for this is that the city has numerous archaeological, historical and cultural monuments – Especially the’ Diocletian’s Palace, which is the center of the town. It has all the attractiveness and richness of a modern Mediterranean city but lives in a slow rhythm. A rythm you get used to very quickly. The first citizen of Split was Emperor Diocletian, who built the famous’ Diocletian’s Palace. Apart from the Palace, there are many other historical monuments.