Municipality of Split
Split is the second largest city as well as second largest municipality in Croatia with 162.873 inhabitants according to 2022 census. It is the largest city on the Croatian Adriatic coast and the centre of Urban Agglomeration Split. Split’s main attraction is without a doubt Roman emperor Diocletian’s Palace. City’s rich history is displayed across the whole area, with numerous archaeological sites and buildings under UNESCO heritage protection. As an important Croatian and Mediterranean cultural, university, economic and sport centre, Split has great spatial, professional, scientific and productive potential. The city’s primary industry sectors include the intensively growing tourism sector; shipbuilding, commerce, trade shows and development of new technologies. Main objective of City of Split, local government, is to represent all the citizens, improving the quality of their life, protecting the more disadvantage ones, promoting the economic development of the local eco system. City of Split, has 8 sectors, employing 420 persons with annual budget of approximately 180 million euros.