The Golden Gate is an entrance to Diocletian's Palace in the city of Split, Croatia. It is thought that Emperor Diocletian first passed through the gate in 305AD. The gate built by the Romans was originally called Porta septemtrionalis but was renamed by the Venetians and is now known as the Golden Gate. It is the city's grandest gate and formally had metal bars on the outer of the gate with wooden doors behind it which were also used as a defence system to trap enemies between each gate.
Getting to the gate is relatively easy and it's accessible by foot, buses and also taxi’s.
Opening Times and Admission
Entrance through the gate is free and it is open at all hours.