Controversies Behind Split & Croatia

Controversies Behind Split & Croatia

Does your tourism contribute to funding criminal activity in Split? Is our reputation as a “problematic city” rightfully earned? Are our religious beliefs a manufactured construct? Is Split problematic for the LGBT Community? This tour is designed for individuals who are interested in the contested history and current issues of the region. By tackling historical and contemporary taboos, the tour provides a unique perspective that deviates from traditional tourist narratives. The “no-holds-barred” approach aims to provide specific insights into local contested issues that are shaping today’s society.

Although this tour focuses on specific knowledge, it also covers Split’s main sites and locations in the city center, making it an excellent option for newcomers and those who wish to expand their local experience. To ensure that every contested issue is fully explored, the tour includes audio-visual material presented on a tablet, engaging multiple senses for a truly memorable and immersive experience. By joining this tour, you can combine all of your interests into one experience, as the tour delves into topics such as politics, religion, identity, demographics, sexuality, history, and economics. The comprehensive storytelling connects the past and present of the region, providing a deep understanding of ongoing social processes.

Price per person: 26 €

Minimum number of people: 2

Location: Split

Duration: 2 hours

Difficulty: easy/moderate

Previous experience: not necessary

Minimum age: 6

Kids on tour: Please let us know before the tour if you will be bringing children with you. Kids are always welcome at our company; they just need to come along with an adult!

The operator has the right to cancel tours without previous notice in bad weather conditions.

What's Included

Tour guide
Licensed English tour guide

What to Bring

An inquisitive mind, comfortable clothes and shoes, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen

Gain a unique and comprehensive perspective on Split

Gain a unique and comprehensive perspective on Split’s contested history and current issues with our no-holds-barred tour. Designed for those interested in politics, religion, identity, and more, our immersive experience explores taboos and challenges traditional tourist narratives while still covering the city’s main sites.

Also available as a private tour

all year
10 am
6 pm
Upon request
You will receive detailed meeting point information on the voucher upon booking this tour.

Culture & History Tours FAQ

Looking for answers to your questions about our tours and travel to Croatia? You’ve come to the right place! Check out our FAQ section for information on Culture & History tours.

If you require any further information, feel free to contact us.

Culture & History Tours in Dalmatia are a type of tour that focuses on the cultural and historical heritage of the Dalmatia region. These tours include visits to important cultural and historical sites, such as museums, churches, monuments, and archaeological sites.
Some popular Culture & History Tours in Dalmatia include visits to the Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the ancient Roman city of Salona, the medieval city of Trogir, and the UNESCO-listed city of Dubrovnik.
On a Culture & History Tour in Dalmatia, you can expect to learn about the rich cultural and historical heritage of the region through guided tours of important sites and attractions. You may also have the opportunity to sample local cuisine and experience traditional music and dance.
The duration of Culture & History Tours in Dalmatia varies depending on the tour. Some tours may last for a few hours, while others may span several days.
Transportation is typically included in Culture & History Tours in Dalmatia, with most tours providing comfortable air-conditioned vehicles and experienced drivers.
It is recommended that you wear comfortable clothing and footwear on a Culture & History Tour in Dalmatia, as you will be walking and standing for extended periods of time. You may also want to bring a hat, sunscreen, and bottled water.
Yes, children are welcome on Culture & History Tours in Dalmatia. However, it is important to note that some tours may not be suitable for young children due to the amount of walking and standing involved.
While some sites may not be fully accessible for people with disabilities, many Culture & History Tours in Dalmatia can be adapted to accommodate people with mobility issues. It is recommended that you contact the tour operator in advance to discuss any special requirements you may have.
If you have dietary restrictions, it’s important to let the tour company know ahead of time so they can accommodate your needs. Most tour companies will be able to provide vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free meal options.