A pretty town, set against a stunning mountain backdrop, it’s easy to fall in love with Split on arrival. The centre is built around the striking remains of the Diocletian’s Palace and contains a warren of stone paved streets filled with interesting shops. Visitors can take a walk round the coast to the beach or join the evening promenade down the palm lined harbour, for a great meal try the local’s favourite, Sperun.
Sperun 3, Split, Croatia
+(385) 21 346 999
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Shopping in the Old Town of Split (originally a Roman Palace) is a truly unique and amazing experience. This cobbled and car-free area is packed full of authentic, independent stores, specialising in shoe shops, cafes and bars. If that's not enough, in summer a fruit and veg market and numerous gift stalls are found close by. Positioned on the seafront, it promises excellent views of the azure sea and lush palm trees as well as delicious, home-made ice-cream!
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This July me and my girlfriend stayed at this apartment and were really satisfied since it was right in the center but in a calm street. The owner Ana Pelaic was very friendly and showed us around. The apartment was very clean and well equipped. We would stay there again.
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Standard fare but cheap and popular with locals. Ideal for people on a budget wanting to have a sit down meal with some drinks.
At the far end of the Riva (Marjan peninsula end)
Trumbiceva obala 11
Open 7am - midnight daily
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