In this Split accommodation guide, we’ll try to help you choose the best place to stay in Split. We cover everything from different Split neighborhoods, pros, and cons for each type of accommodation in Split, and other tricks and tips to make you choose where to stay in Split Croatia.
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In this article, we bring you a comprehensive guide on things to do in Split. Split is a typical Mediterranean town: vibrant, charming and fun.
Split Croatia is the largest town in Dalmatia and second largest in all Croatia (after Zagreb). A typical Mediterranean city, Split has a small town vibe, lots of murmur and easy-going locals (Did you know that in Dalmatia locals use a word pomalo (take it easy) as a greeting?).
Split restaurants are exciting. Anytime we travel south, we make a detour to Split just to try out another restaurant in Split. However, you need to know one thing about restaurant’s offer in Split (and elsewhere in Croatia): 90% of the Split restaurants serve the same menu. It is a grill, pizza, pasta or risotto. […]
I like Split a lot. There is something about this Croatian town and its atmosphere that excites me and it just feels good being there. I like its buzzing seafront promenade, charming neighborhoods of Varos and Matejuska, its bustling green and fish markets, and a historical palace.
Split beaches may not be the dream beaches, but they do the job on hot summer days. They offer a refreshment to locals and tourists. And although many say that these two words (Split beach) should never go in the same sentence, I beg to differ.