SLE 2013

46th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea

18 – 21 September 2013

Split University, Croatia

Italian and English Departments and
the Center for Interdisciplinary Research Studia Mediterranea


With the support of

The city of Split

Split is the largest city in Split-Dalmatia County and the second-most populous city in the Republic of Croatia, with about 178 thousand inhabitants. It is also the second-largest Croatian commercial port and the largest Croatian passenger port, and the third in the entire Mediterranean in terms of the number of passengers. Although recognizable for its many beautiful beaches, Split is full of various sights that are well preserved and regularly attract new visitors.


Split is hometown to many first-class restaurants, nightclubs, and bars, we can freely say that Split will offer you a lucrative and dazzling nightlife for each one's taste. Casino entertainment is also on the table if you are up for rolling some dice. Prepare yourself beforehand by playing first some free online casino games with the latest promos and complimentary gifts provided at the following link, and enter the casino halls in Split with full confidence and style. Regardless of your night out plan, rest assured that Split will give you a splendid and unforgettable time.

Highlights of Split: Diocletian's Palace

Hardly any list of Split sights worth visiting can pass without Diocletian's Palace in the first place. Absolutely the most famous Split landmark that attracts a vast number of tourists every year is one of the best-preserved Roman buildings in the world. It was built around the year 300, and the emperor Diocletian, who spent his last years in it, was responsible for its construction. Due to all the beauties, attractions, and historical importance for Split, Diocletian's Palace was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979. The words cannot even describe how important it is for tourism in the city of Split.