City Center one Split
City Center one Split
4.5
Speciality & Gift ShopsShopping Malls
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
About
City Center one Split is the leading shopping and entertainment center in Dalmatia. With more than 190 world famous brands, kid's playroom, cinema, go kart, cageball, cafes and restaurants it is the place that meets the needs of all visitors. It is located in eastern part of Split, in new part of Vukovarska street and it's easily accessible by car, public transportation, Uber or taxi.
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Lea T
Kuopio, Finland3 contributions
Jun 2015 • Family
Great shopping center! You can easily get rid of your money in here. Buses from Split departures every 20 minutes and costs 11 kunas per one traveler. Taxi isn't bad either, about 100 kunas.
Written June 12, 2015
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DEK_29
Brisbane, Australia1,087 contributions
May 2015 • Couples
Recently I was able to go along to this centre to check out some of the stores. There seem to be a wide range of shops (clothes, shoes, electronics, sports goods and mobile phone outlets) which mostly are European name brands, most of which I did not know. The centre is a multi-level structure remeniscent of any number of malls. Along with Joker and Mercator, this centre may soon have some of its clientele lowered by the fact that a new shopping centre is nearing completion which will be larger than any of these. I would say that the traveller should visit this centre as you would find bargains that would not find within the old part of Split where prices tend to be higher.
Written May 17, 2015
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Daniela S
Tremelo, Belgium918 contributions
May 2015 • Couples
One roof for many, many shops, great and small, cheap and expensive, trendy and classic...bars, restaurants, drugstores, ATM's in case your cash flow dries up...:)
And, something you don't find easily in Croatia : FREE parking which keeps your car cool !
If you are only after window shopping, take comfortable shoes ; for your back, they have a massage chair on floor 2.
There is a post office on floor 1 ( ground floor), immediately before the entrance to the huge supermarket ( or should I write hypermarket ? ), called Interspar. They sell food stuff and not only...they sell even tyres...
On the same floor there is een shady terrace where you can drink fresh juice of different sorts of fruit, coffee, alcoholic drinks. It was very busy. Friendly service, though.
Outside, 28 degrees... I had a fresh and nice day and my car was happy, too ( in the shade, all this time ).
Written May 9, 2015
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mgkateos
hampshire26 contributions
Sep 2017 • Friends
Split great tourist destination,very historic ,palace worth visiting but always busy.All restaurants busy especially early evening,try going of side streets to find some place unique.Weather in early September variable,sun one day next torrential rain with thunderstorms.All Croatians are friendly to tourists as main source of income.
Written September 22, 2017
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X9Xlynda
Larkhall, UK166 contributions
May 2016
Nice spacious mall, love locks on the top floor were great to see. Lego exhibition was on while we visited, that was nice to see. Interspar was worth a visit for the alcohol as plentiful and cheap :)
We walked (all 6 1/2 miles from Split Centre following the red/yellow mall signs on the lamp posts) as it was a nice day and a lovely walk but the number 18 bus takes you straight there and as it's the last stop on the route you can't go wrong. The girl on the information desk will call a taxi for you and this costs roughly £12 to get home. Lovely day out.
Written May 26, 2016
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Huggin
14 contributions
Apr 2016 • Solo
It's roughly the same size as any normal UK shopping centre such as Merry Hill or the Bull Ring. One difference being there's more to do under one roof.

Instead of just being all shops it has go-karting, cinema and various things for kids like slides, etc. In that way it's probably a bit more like Trafford Centre in Manchester.
If you want clothing bargains don't bother with brands you recognise. Jack & Jones costs just as much here as the UK. Instead look into the shop's where you don't recognise the names. There you will find much cheaper clothes.
Written April 2, 2016
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avigdor talmor
Tel Aviv, Israel19 contributions
Aug 2016 • Solo
Stayed at art hotel overnight.hotel recomended for short stay.big shoping mall nearby.15 minuts walk to split main atraction,old town and diocletian palace.very interesting place to visit especialy in the evening.plenty of fine restaurants,cafees and bars.people are very freindly.food very good and not expensive.an overnight stay is recomnded
Written September 25, 2016
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Sue K
Amsterdam, The Netherlands41 contributions
Sep 2015 • Couples
Apparently this is the biggest shopping mall in Croatia. lots of selections and a huge interspar but unless you have several hours to kill would not recommend the trek
Written September 2, 2015
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Igor H
37 contributions
Jan 2020
Among three malls in Split area, so far the easiest to find what you are looking for due to its simple architectural and functional design.
Written January 11, 2020
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Rosie-holidaylover
Perth, Australia348 contributions
Oct 2019
I was wanting to buy some more pajamas so we decided to hop on a local bus to visit this mall as I was also marginally interested in going to H&M.

We researched the bus routes and numbers on their website. Note that it says you can catch either the 18 or a 3. However, we discovered that taking the No. 3 means you have a walk of 1-2 kms, whereas the No. 18 stops right outisde.

We were getting hungry by the time we eventually got there so decided to see what the food court had on offer. We settled on the Biberon and opted for the two daily specials with the extras of soup, a side vegetable and salad. The soups on offer were cream of vegetable and beef with noodles. We both had the vegetable soup which was delicious. Our mains of chicken in a creamy sauce and stuffed pepper were also tasty.

The lady who served us was delightful as she tried to explain the dishes/deal to us in her very limited English. Seeing as we have even more limited Croatian we resorted to miming flapping chickens etc. We were lucky in that there was no one else around so she could spend a bit of time with us.

I also managed to buy a gorgeous jacket that I had previously seen on a lady in Split town - I was happy!
Written October 14, 2019
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