Palace View - spacious apartment in Split Centre
From $100 / night
Description from the owner
Description from the owner
Type: Apt. / Condo
This spacious two bedroom apartment is located in the centre of old town Split, directly opposite the East wall of Diocletian's Palace with open views of the Palace, Palace walls and St. Duje's tower. Palace View is situated on the third floor of a protected 19th Century stone building on Hrvojeva (street).
Palace View apartment is 96m² (1077ft²) with an open plan large living room / dining room (with original exposed stone walls) and a spacious, fully equipped kitchen. There are two bedrooms, the master is a double bedroom with an en-suite shower room and the second bedroom is a large twin room. There is a separate bathroom with bath /shower ...Read more
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Palace View - spacious apartment in Split Centre Split, Dalmatia, Croatia
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Split is a wonderful city to explore and is a perfect spot to explore the coast and the islands too. Some highlights of Split are :
Diocletian's Palace (UNESCO heritage site) - The historic centre of Split is built around the remains of this Roman palace. You only need to wander around to experience it but you can also pay to visit the excavated remains of the basement of the palace. The palace has well preserved main streets cardo and decumanus. Roman palace is enriched with gothic and renaissance buildings. The Palace has 4 monumental gates Porta Aurea (Zlatna vrata, Golden gate), Porta Argenta (Srebrna vrata, Silver gate), Porta Ferrea (Željezna vrata, Iron gate) and Porta Aenea (Mjedena vrata) forming the North, South, East and West entries to the Palace. It is probably the best preserved Roman palace in general.
St. Duje's Cathedral - Originally built around 305 AD as a mausoleum of Roman emperor Diocletian's (the oldest cathedral building in the world). It is a mixture of Roman temple and Catholic church. It also has a fantastic bell tower which provides you a great panoramic view of Split, nearby islands and Marjan hill. (this tower is seen from the living room of Palace View apartment)
Peristil square (Peristylium) – This is the main square of Diocletian's palace with well preserved Roman architecture which has just been fully unveiled having been undergoing restoration for the last eight years.
Jupiter's temple - Ancient Roman temple which became St. John's church.
Two original Egyptian sphinxes- One is located on Peristil square, and the other in front of Jupiter's temple or St. John's church. They were brought from Egypt by the Roman emperor Diocletian.
Riva is the main city promenade which forms the waterfront of the Palace and Old Town.
Marjan - a National Park which is situated on the west of Split. Marjan is an oasis for many people who look for a natural stress relief, a great place for long walks, jogging, and bike rides. Marjan's peak, Telegrin is 174 m high and gives a wonderful panoramic view of Split. South cliffs are popular within alpine climbers. St. Nicholas church is situated on the east of Marjan, on it's south side are beautiful St. Jeronimus church and "Gospe od Betlema" church (Madonna of Bethlehem). House building is strictly forbidden in order to save Marjan - the lungs of Split.
Veli Varoš - one of the oldest parts of town. A place where lived most of the city peasants and fishermen. Charming streets and beautiful small houses.
Galerija Meštrović - gallery contains works of Ivan Meštrović, famous Croatian sculptor.
Archaeological Museum - the oldest museum in Croatia(1820.), about 20 min walk north of the old town (entry 20 kn). Many artefacts and monuments from Roman colonies Salona and Narona.
Green Market / Pazar: a wonderful market at the East gate of the Palace and just two minutes from the apartment. Here you can find everything from fresh farm produce to local cheeses, flowers, meats, local honey, fabulous fresh local fruits and vegetables long with imported goods and souvenirs.
The apartment/city is 25 km from Split international airport, in the old centre of Split.
Airport buses: A shuttle bus run by Pleso Transport Company  operates between the airport and the city centre.A single ticket costs 30 kn (about €4). The bus stops at the central bus station by the port at a dedicated stop with an "AIRPORT" sign.
Taxis will also take you into town. A taxi to Split centre (ferry port or Diocletian's Palace) takes a bit over 30 min and costs about 270 kn on the meter.
Private Transfer: we can organise a private pickup or drop off for the airport and it costs 300 kuna for up to four guests.
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Car is not necessary