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Amazing architecture influenced by the Romans, a large open plaza with crowds milling around the shops, eateries and tour groups moving through the side streets. The City Clock can be seen from here and the Gothic inspired Town Hall too.
We felt like having some grilled meats for lunch so decided on a meat platter comprising veal, steak, skewers, kebabs and chicken accompanied by vegetables and fries. The meal was rather large for two persons and well presented. We found the chicken was overdone, always...More
This square is the center of the "new" (i.e. post-Roman) old town, and is surrounded by buildings in a variety of styles depending on when they were built, some Gothic, some Venetian, etc. There are shops and restaurants all around the square. You have to...More
You can feel history if you are walking in the old town area of Split. You can see ruins from Roman ages, and part of the once city wall around the Narodni trg. The square is full of nice restaurants and pubs. Best for breakfast.
Narodni trg (a.k.a. Pjaca or Split's National Square) is a rectangular paved pedestrian plaza dating from the 13th century, when medieval Split expanded west of Diocletian's palace. The Renaissance buildings fronting the square now house restaurants, cafes, shops and small hotels. One the northeast side...More
An antic roman square that used to hold the town hall which is now a museum where you can find contemporary art and local art exhibitions. Also, the square has plenty of places to eat or drink both local food and modern street food options....More