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Guidebook for Split

Food Scene
This is typical local restaurant. more food oriented rather than some touristy dining place. It has amazing seafood and prices are more than reasonable.
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Konoba Varoš
9 Ul. ban Mladenova
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This is typical local restaurant. more food oriented rather than some touristy dining place. It has amazing seafood and prices are more than reasonable.
Iconic Split restaurant with amazing view on nearby islands. Withing this establishment there are two separate restaurants, one with more complex food, meat and fish, and other more Italian style pizza and lasagne place.
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Adriatic Grašo
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Iconic Split restaurant with amazing view on nearby islands. Withing this establishment there are two separate restaurants, one with more complex food, meat and fish, and other more Italian style pizza and lasagne place.
Perfect blend of wine cellar, brunch place and tavern/pub, has some awesome live musicians performing in the evenings.
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La Bodega Split
1 Ul. Mihovilova širina
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Perfect blend of wine cellar, brunch place and tavern/pub, has some awesome live musicians performing in the evenings.
One of the most exclusive restaurants in Split. High end culinary experience with above budget prices but in amazing location with perfect view of the city panorama.
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Restaurant Zrno Soli
8 Ul. Uvala Baluni
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One of the most exclusive restaurants in Split. High end culinary experience with above budget prices but in amazing location with perfect view of the city panorama.
This is a blend of restaurant and coffee shop. Really good dining experience in beautifully decorated interior that reminiscent of Paris street coffee places. Very popular with locals.
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Bokeria kitchen & wine bar
8 Domaldova ul.
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This is a blend of restaurant and coffee shop. Really good dining experience in beautifully decorated interior that reminiscent of Paris street coffee places. Very popular with locals.
Located in the heart of Split old town, Luxor coffee place offers amazing experience during the day if you want to drink coffee right in the heart of Prokurative square or in the evenings with live music and often people dancing in the square.
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Nadalina - Luxor d.o.o.
6 Dioklecijanova ulica
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Located in the heart of Split old town, Luxor coffee place offers amazing experience during the day if you want to drink coffee right in the heart of Prokurative square or in the evenings with live music and often people dancing in the square.
Best ice cream in Split. Simple as that.
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Luka Ice Cream & Cakes
2 Ul. Petra Svačića
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Best ice cream in Split. Simple as that.
It's not a restaurant. It's a version of local fast food place with best 'ćevapi u lepinji' this city can offer. Been here with us locals for decades. Ćevapi is a grilled dish of minced meat, a type of skinless sausage, found traditionally in the countries of southeastern Europe. Lepinja, or pitta, also known as Arabic bread, Lebanese bread or Syrian bread is a soft, slightly leavened flatbread baked from wheat flour, which originated in the Near East.
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Kantun Paulina
1 Matošića ul.
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It's not a restaurant. It's a version of local fast food place with best 'ćevapi u lepinji' this city can offer. Been here with us locals for decades. Ćevapi is a grilled dish of minced meat, a type of skinless sausage, found traditionally in the countries of southeastern Europe. Lepinja, or pitta, also known as Arabic bread, Lebanese bread or Syrian bread is a soft, slightly leavened flatbread baked from wheat flour, which originated in the Near East.
The outdoor market - Pazar, is located right next to the east wall of the Diocletian Palace, and around the church of St Dominic. It is one of the central places of life in Split, and recently its becoming also a popular destination for tourists eager to feel the local spirit. The outdoor market used to be on today's Fruit Square, but due to the rapid city development there was a need for a bigger space, and today that part of the city's core is the true belly of the city of Split. At the same time it is the place where you can still feel the spirit of Dalmatia and the Mediterranean, the colours, flavours and aromas of fresh fruits and vegetables, but also the sounds, the yelling and bargain
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Pazar Split
3 Hrvojeva
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The outdoor market - Pazar, is located right next to the east wall of the Diocletian Palace, and around the church of St Dominic. It is one of the central places of life in Split, and recently its becoming also a popular destination for tourists eager to feel the local spirit. The outdoor market used to be on today's Fruit Square, but due to the rapid city development there was a need for a bigger space, and today that part of the city's core is the true belly of the city of Split. At the same time it is the place where you can still feel the spirit of Dalmatia and the Mediterranean, the colours, flavours and aromas of fresh fruits and vegetables, but also the sounds, the yelling and bargain
One of the oldest ice-cream establishments in Croatia. Been buying ice cream here since childhood.
Hajduk Ice Creams
4 Matošića ul.
One of the oldest ice-cream establishments in Croatia. Been buying ice cream here since childhood.
It's most famous night bakery in Split. Works 0-24, 24/7, and it is very near to your apartment, around 100 meters. It is a custom in Split after partying hard before going home to come around this bakery for warm pastry or something else...
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Bakery "Prerada"
12 Ul. Domovinskog rata
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It's most famous night bakery in Split. Works 0-24, 24/7, and it is very near to your apartment, around 100 meters. It is a custom in Split after partying hard before going home to come around this bakery for warm pastry or something else...
Nearest place to the Apartment Mila to have your breakfast and coffee early in the morning.
Hotel Villa Diana
14 Ulica kralja Zvonimira
Nearest place to the Apartment Mila to have your breakfast and coffee early in the morning.
Drinks & Nightlife
Fabrique is the newest addition to Split night scene. It's a mix of everything, brewery, winery, dining place and night club, but somehow they managed to pull it out and it's very popular specially on weekdays.
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Fabrique Pub
3 Trg Franje Tuđmana
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Fabrique is the newest addition to Split night scene. It's a mix of everything, brewery, winery, dining place and night club, but somehow they managed to pull it out and it's very popular specially on weekdays.
Newly opened disco club in center of Split old town. What was former cinema, now is popular and modern disco club renovated in industrial style.
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Central the Club
4 Trg Gaje Bulata
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Newly opened disco club in center of Split old town. What was former cinema, now is popular and modern disco club renovated in industrial style.
It's just an ordinary coffee place so don't get to excited about that. But, it has the most beautiful view on the city. Located on slopes of Marjan hill it offers brilliant photo opportunities.
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"Vidilica"
1 prilaz Vladimira Nazora
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It's just an ordinary coffee place so don't get to excited about that. But, it has the most beautiful view on the city. Located on slopes of Marjan hill it offers brilliant photo opportunities.
Treće poluvrijeme (Third halftime) or "U Kuke" as it is localy known is kind of a secret spot of night life in Split. Don't expect too much, it's a small place often very overcrowded with people, mostly locals who enjoy local Croatian music and relatively cheap beer and drinks. But, the atmosphere is there, people easy going...and it's opened till the dawn, so what can you ask for more.
Treće Poluvrijeme
17 Ul. Zrinsko Frankopanska
Treće poluvrijeme (Third halftime) or "U Kuke" as it is localy known is kind of a secret spot of night life in Split. Don't expect too much, it's a small place often very overcrowded with people, mostly locals who enjoy local Croatian music and relatively cheap beer and drinks. But, the atmosphere is there, people easy going...and it's opened till the dawn, so what can you ask for more.
Sightseeing
The Cathedral of Saint Domnius, known locally as the Saint Dujam (Sveti Dujam) or colloquially Saint Duje (Sveti Duje), is the Catholic cathedral in Split, Croatia. The cathedral is the seat of the Archdiocese of Split-Makarska, headed by Archbishop Marin Barišić. The Cathedral of St. Domnius is a complex of a church, formed from an Imperial Roman mausoleum, with a bell tower; strictly the church is dedicated to the Virgin Mary, and the bell tower to Saint Domnius. Together they form the Cathedral of St. Domnius.
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Saint Domnius Cathedral
5 Kraj Svetog Duje
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The Cathedral of Saint Domnius, known locally as the Saint Dujam (Sveti Dujam) or colloquially Saint Duje (Sveti Duje), is the Catholic cathedral in Split, Croatia. The cathedral is the seat of the Archdiocese of Split-Makarska, headed by Archbishop Marin Barišić. The Cathedral of St. Domnius is a complex of a church, formed from an Imperial Roman mausoleum, with a bell tower; strictly the church is dedicated to the Virgin Mary, and the bell tower to Saint Domnius. Together they form the Cathedral of St. Domnius.
Owing to its unique beauty and unusual acoustics, Peistyle became the ideal theatre scenery, perfect for opera classics and works of ancient literature, but also the stage where abundant urban life continues. Having your coffee on the steps circling Peristyle is a unique experience, one of the closest touches of a modern man with the ancient heritage, not only Roman, but also Egyptian, as the Peristyle is closely watched over by a 3500 old and perfectly preserved sphinx, the witness of Split's history in making. This is why John Paul the II in amazement said " Dear God, how many feet have stepped through here", and this is why citizens of Split think of Peristyle as the centre of Split and t
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Peristil ulica
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Owing to its unique beauty and unusual acoustics, Peistyle became the ideal theatre scenery, perfect for opera classics and works of ancient literature, but also the stage where abundant urban life continues. Having your coffee on the steps circling Peristyle is a unique experience, one of the closest touches of a modern man with the ancient heritage, not only Roman, but also Egyptian, as the Peristyle is closely watched over by a 3500 old and perfectly preserved sphinx, the witness of Split's history in making. This is why John Paul the II in amazement said " Dear God, how many feet have stepped through here", and this is why citizens of Split think of Peristyle as the centre of Split and t
Riva today is a pedestrian heaven, thrusting with Cafés and restaurants, an ideal place for having your morning or afternoon coffee, or for an evening out with friends over drinks. Riva is the stage of the city life of Split, a venue for numerous cultural and entertainment events. The waterfront is one of the most attractive and specific public places in the city of Split and as such, it represents an irreplaceable urban ambient together with the city harbour and Diocletian’s Palace making the urban core of the town. Riva is an urbanized, public, open and accessible space, more than 1700 years old. It stands in front of Diocletian’s Palace, once the home of the Roman emperor Diocletian. View
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Riva
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Riva today is a pedestrian heaven, thrusting with Cafés and restaurants, an ideal place for having your morning or afternoon coffee, or for an evening out with friends over drinks. Riva is the stage of the city life of Split, a venue for numerous cultural and entertainment events. The waterfront is one of the most attractive and specific public places in the city of Split and as such, it represents an irreplaceable urban ambient together with the city harbour and Diocletian’s Palace making the urban core of the town. Riva is an urbanized, public, open and accessible space, more than 1700 years old. It stands in front of Diocletian’s Palace, once the home of the Roman emperor Diocletian. View
Though a conqueror, Napoleon's marshal Marmont is responsible for the urbanisation of Dalmatian cities, in return the citizens of Split have named their most beautiful street after him. Marmont street is not only beautiful but also historically meaningful. The first cinema of Split found its home there as well. A unique fish market decorates its centre, special because of the fact that you won't find flies there due to the smell of sulphur which can still be felt from the neighbouring spa. From the Riva to the top of Marmont street numerous shops line up from right to left, turning this street into one of the most important shopping oases' of the city centre,
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Marmontova ulica
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Though a conqueror, Napoleon's marshal Marmont is responsible for the urbanisation of Dalmatian cities, in return the citizens of Split have named their most beautiful street after him. Marmont street is not only beautiful but also historically meaningful. The first cinema of Split found its home there as well. A unique fish market decorates its centre, special because of the fact that you won't find flies there due to the smell of sulphur which can still be felt from the neighbouring spa. From the Riva to the top of Marmont street numerous shops line up from right to left, turning this street into one of the most important shopping oases' of the city centre,
Matejuška has been for centuries a port for small boats owned by fishermen of Split. Even today there are dozens of boats tied up there, their nets drying , bait being prepared, with a monument dedicated to fishermen biding them farewell as they sail out to sea - a big fish hook.It is one of the most popular places today for the youth of Split, but also for their peer tourists, eager to socialise outside bars, sitting casually on sidewalks of Matejuška, usually with a drink bought in the nearby supermarket. This is what makes this old port a place where the contact between the locals and guests is most easily accomplished, to the enjoyment of either side.
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Matejuška
3 Trumbićeva obala
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Matejuška has been for centuries a port for small boats owned by fishermen of Split. Even today there are dozens of boats tied up there, their nets drying , bait being prepared, with a monument dedicated to fishermen biding them farewell as they sail out to sea - a big fish hook.It is one of the most popular places today for the youth of Split, but also for their peer tourists, eager to socialise outside bars, sitting casually on sidewalks of Matejuška, usually with a drink bought in the nearby supermarket. This is what makes this old port a place where the contact between the locals and guests is most easily accomplished, to the enjoyment of either side.
Just outside the walls of Diocletian’s Palace in Split sits People’s Square (Narodni trg), otherwise known as “Pjaca” to the locals. Home to the former 15th-century city hall, People’s Square has been a gathering space for centuries, and it’s still a great place to enjoy a cup of coffee or a nighttime stroll.
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Narodni Trg - People's Square
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Just outside the walls of Diocletian’s Palace in Split sits People’s Square (Narodni trg), otherwise known as “Pjaca” to the locals. Home to the former 15th-century city hall, People’s Square has been a gathering space for centuries, and it’s still a great place to enjoy a cup of coffee or a nighttime stroll.
The Diocletian Palace Substructures represent one of the best preserved ancient complexes of their kind in the world, and hence are in many ways responsible for the reason the historical core of Split was in 1979 included on the UNESCO'S World Heritage list. Today the Substructures are full of life. They regularly host painting and sculpture exhibitions, theatre plays, fairs like the International Flower Fair, gastronomic and oenological presentations, and many other social and cultural events. The central hall, representing the main communication line between the Riva and the Peristyle, is a place to buy valuable souvenirs, and the rest of the Substructures is open for sightseeing.
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Basement Halls
3 Ul. Iza Vestibula
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The Diocletian Palace Substructures represent one of the best preserved ancient complexes of their kind in the world, and hence are in many ways responsible for the reason the historical core of Split was in 1979 included on the UNESCO'S World Heritage list. Today the Substructures are full of life. They regularly host painting and sculpture exhibitions, theatre plays, fairs like the International Flower Fair, gastronomic and oenological presentations, and many other social and cultural events. The central hall, representing the main communication line between the Riva and the Peristyle, is a place to buy valuable souvenirs, and the rest of the Substructures is open for sightseeing.
Sustipan is a little peninsula that closes off the port of Split from the west, directly past the ACI marina. This little green haven dotted with pine trees is nestled on a cliff face directly on the edge of the Adriatic. It is a sanctuary for Split citizens to sit in the sun on a bench and look across the Dalmatian islands before sundowner walk in the park. It offers one of the best photo opportunities in Split.
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Sustipan
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Sustipan is a little peninsula that closes off the port of Split from the west, directly past the ACI marina. This little green haven dotted with pine trees is nestled on a cliff face directly on the edge of the Adriatic. It is a sanctuary for Split citizens to sit in the sun on a bench and look across the Dalmatian islands before sundowner walk in the park. It offers one of the best photo opportunities in Split.
Parks & Nature
Marjan is a hill on the peninsula of the city of Split,. It is covered in a dense Mediterranean pine forest and completely surrounded by the city and the sea, making it a unique sight. Originally used as a park by the citizens as early as the 3rd century, it is a favorite weekend excursion destination and a recreational center for the city. Marjan is 178 m tall and offers a view of the entire city, the surrounding islands, and the nearby mountains of Mosor and Kozjak. It has always been a favorite place for walking, running, jogging, climbing or riding a bike. I heartily recommend to take some time to visit this magnificent natural park.
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Marjan Forest Park
25 Obala Hrvatskog narodnog preporoda
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Marjan is a hill on the peninsula of the city of Split,. It is covered in a dense Mediterranean pine forest and completely surrounded by the city and the sea, making it a unique sight. Originally used as a park by the citizens as early as the 3rd century, it is a favorite weekend excursion destination and a recreational center for the city. Marjan is 178 m tall and offers a view of the entire city, the surrounding islands, and the nearby mountains of Mosor and Kozjak. It has always been a favorite place for walking, running, jogging, climbing or riding a bike. I heartily recommend to take some time to visit this magnificent natural park.
Split iconic sandy beach. Famous for it's sandy stretch where you can walk for 100 meters and still with the sea below waist. During the July and August, I strongly suggest you go there before 9 in the morning or after 8 in the evening, as the beach in the meantime gets overcrowded.
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Bacvice Beach
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Split iconic sandy beach. Famous for it's sandy stretch where you can walk for 100 meters and still with the sea below waist. During the July and August, I strongly suggest you go there before 9 in the morning or after 8 in the evening, as the beach in the meantime gets overcrowded.
In a series of nice beaches on the south side of Marjan hill, Kasjuni beach is one of most beautiful with a rich pine forest. In this bay you can find all kinds of beaches, partly pebble, rocky and even small sandy beach. All beaches have a wide parking place and, believe it or not, even in the highest season you can easily find a place. Also Bene beach. This beach is located on the northern side of Marjan Hill. It’s a popular local people’s beach. It’s a concrete beach but entrance to the sea is pebble or sand, surrounded by a thick pine forest. It’s also a family friendly beach with playground facilities for tennis, football, and other sports. It’s also one of my favorite bicycle paths.
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Kasjuni Beach
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In a series of nice beaches on the south side of Marjan hill, Kasjuni beach is one of most beautiful with a rich pine forest. In this bay you can find all kinds of beaches, partly pebble, rocky and even small sandy beach. All beaches have a wide parking place and, believe it or not, even in the highest season you can easily find a place. Also Bene beach. This beach is located on the northern side of Marjan Hill. It’s a popular local people’s beach. It’s a concrete beach but entrance to the sea is pebble or sand, surrounded by a thick pine forest. It’s also a family friendly beach with playground facilities for tennis, football, and other sports. It’s also one of my favorite bicycle paths.
Strossmayer's garden or Đardin as the citizens of Split only call it, has settled in-between the two bastions, the remains of the Venetian fortification, north of the Diocletian palace beside its main entrance - The Golden Gate. This area takes over the function of the main city garden in 1859, and in mid-20th century a beautiful fountain was added with the so called "Putto" (a figure resembling an angel). The present outlook is the result of the last renovations in 2002, with the lyrics of a great Croatian poet Tin Ujević carved on the surrounding walls.
Strossmayerova Fontana
12 Ul. kralja Tomislava
Strossmayer's garden or Đardin as the citizens of Split only call it, has settled in-between the two bastions, the remains of the Venetian fortification, north of the Diocletian palace beside its main entrance - The Golden Gate. This area takes over the function of the main city garden in 1859, and in mid-20th century a beautiful fountain was added with the so called "Putto" (a figure resembling an angel). The present outlook is the result of the last renovations in 2002, with the lyrics of a great Croatian poet Tin Ujević carved on the surrounding walls.
Arts & Culture
Probably the most rewarding of Split's cultural attractions is Ivan Meštrović's own Gallery, a neo-classical villa built by the man himself in 1931. Not only does it display the range of work created by Croatia's most renowned sculptor - statues large and small, even portraits - and its influences (Classical, folk, Modernist), but it tells his remarkable story as he grew up through what would become Yugoslavia. Visits can be combined with entry to the nearby Kaštelet which houses his religious works.
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Mestrovic Gallery
46 Šetalište Ivana Meštrovića
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Probably the most rewarding of Split's cultural attractions is Ivan Meštrović's own Gallery, a neo-classical villa built by the man himself in 1931. Not only does it display the range of work created by Croatia's most renowned sculptor - statues large and small, even portraits - and its influences (Classical, folk, Modernist), but it tells his remarkable story as he grew up through what would become Yugoslavia. Visits can be combined with entry to the nearby Kaštelet which houses his religious works.
This museum in the heart of the palace is mostly worth visiting for the 15th-century Gothic building itself rather than for the sundry paintings and weaponry within. You'll also find photographs, documents, maps and old papers but the permanent collection appeals more to historians than offer someone from the general public a rough idea how this fascinating port developed.
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Split City Museum
1 Papalićeva ul.
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This museum in the heart of the palace is mostly worth visiting for the 15th-century Gothic building itself rather than for the sundry paintings and weaponry within. You'll also find photographs, documents, maps and old papers but the permanent collection appeals more to historians than offer someone from the general public a rough idea how this fascinating port developed.
Standing near the Meštrović Gallery, and also converted - from a 16th-century summer house - by the famous sculptor himself, this is where you'll find the most satisfying of all his works, a series of 28 reliefs carved out of wood loosely illustrating the life of Christ. You'll notice touches of folk art, Modernism and Classicism as you gaze at what represents two decades of labour on the part of this 20th-century master. The building, too, has religious echoes.
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Kaštelet
39 Šetalište Ivana Meštrovića
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Standing near the Meštrović Gallery, and also converted - from a 16th-century summer house - by the famous sculptor himself, this is where you'll find the most satisfying of all his works, a series of 28 reliefs carved out of wood loosely illustrating the life of Christ. You'll notice touches of folk art, Modernism and Classicism as you gaze at what represents two decades of labour on the part of this 20th-century master. The building, too, has religious echoes.
The National Theatre in Split played a vital role in the promotion of the Croatian language while the country was still ruled from elsewhere. This venerable institution opened in 1893, first at Dobroma, before this imposing edifice was built decades later. Early performances featured troupes from Italy while a local theatrical culture developed. Today the HNK not only stages Croatian-language theatre, but also foreigner-friendly opera and ballet. It's a major venue during the Split Summer Festival.
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Croatian National Theater in Split
1 Trg Gaje Bulata
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The National Theatre in Split played a vital role in the promotion of the Croatian language while the country was still ruled from elsewhere. This venerable institution opened in 1893, first at Dobroma, before this imposing edifice was built decades later. Early performances featured troupes from Italy while a local theatrical culture developed. Today the HNK not only stages Croatian-language theatre, but also foreigner-friendly opera and ballet. It's a major venue during the Split Summer Festival.
Split Summer Festival (1954...) is an art festival building its national and international reputation ever since the mid 20th century. Next to the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, it is a festival with the longest and shiniest tradition of the classical spectrum of performing arts (opera, drama, ballet, concert...), spreading in time the array of events: from Jazz concerts and film festivals, to exhibitions, performances and street theatre. The most persistent and the strongest organisation of the festival is the Croatian National Theatre in Split, the national theatre representing a crucial key venue in the cultural life of Split, and the vital point of the theatre life of Croatia as a whole.
Splitsko ljeto
1 Trg Gaje Bulata
Split Summer Festival (1954...) is an art festival building its national and international reputation ever since the mid 20th century. Next to the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, it is a festival with the longest and shiniest tradition of the classical spectrum of performing arts (opera, drama, ballet, concert...), spreading in time the array of events: from Jazz concerts and film festivals, to exhibitions, performances and street theatre. The most persistent and the strongest organisation of the festival is the Croatian National Theatre in Split, the national theatre representing a crucial key venue in the cultural life of Split, and the vital point of the theatre life of Croatia as a whole.
Shopping
More than 180 shops, restaurants and services on three floors take up 57,000 square meters.
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City Center one Split
207 Vukovarska ul.
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More than 180 shops, restaurants and services on three floors take up 57,000 square meters.
Biggest mall in Dalmatia. Wow :))
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Mall of Split
93 Ul. Josipa Jovića
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Biggest mall in Dalmatia. Wow :))
I love this artist. His works are full of life, colors and are truly unique.
JAMAN ART CENTER
3 Ul. Pavla Šubića
I love this artist. His works are full of life, colors and are truly unique.
Essentials
Nearest supermarket to your apartment.
Tommy Market
37 Zagrebačka ul.
Nearest supermarket to your apartment.
Main city hospital.
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KBC Split
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Main city hospital.