|Accommodations||4 311 properties|
|Popular hotel||Garden Apartment Hotel Split|
|Popular area||Split City Center|
|Nightly rates from||ZAR 294|
The town is a great place to just relax with the water & beaches very close. We did a day trip to Hvar & the blue & green caves which was excellent.
Restaurants were well priced where we ate and we were very happy with food served up. The Palace at the heart of the town is very easy to get too, and is great for history buffs.
Food and drink here are very affordable. Wandering the limestone paved alleyways of Old Town and having a drink at the waterfront are addictive.
Don't miss Buffet Fife for a genuine food and culture experience. And try the Travarica...they say it's good for your health.
great place to stay. very interesting history and sights to see - especially the Diocletian palace built early roman times.
great harbour with easy cheap access to islands. day trips by local bus to other coastal towns easy to do. trogir especially beautiful and only 32 kms north. from November through to about march many organised day trips not available and some ferries cease services
Split is amazing, great weather and plenty to do. The markets around the marina are also amazing and there are some great buys there too.
The culture is great and the night life is even better.
beautiful place, very clean and i felt extremely safe there, especially when i was walking around as a women by myself, with or without my boyfriend which was so nice seen as its a very bustling social place.
all the people who live and work there are so helpful and very nice! perfect for young travellers especially as its so reasonable for such a nice place, near to trogir and omis which i would recommend visiting too.
Split is a beautiful city and a good base to explore nearby islands & Dubrovnik. I took the bus at 8:00 in the morning from Split to Dubrovnik , and came back Split in the evening.