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Hotels in Split

On the eastern shores of the Adriatic lies Split, Croatia's second largest city and one of the region's oldest centres. Even today its main focus is the Palace of the Emperor Diocletian, built around 1,700 years ago, but in fact its roots go considerably further back in time to the 4th century BC.

History

From Split hotels you can explore an incredibly rich heritage, from the monumental Roman Palace of Diocletian, which encloses much of the city's bustling heart, to the glorious octagonal Cathedral of St Dominus. Don't miss one of Split's defining images, the looming statue of Gregorius of Nin. This is an effigy of the 10th-century bishop who fought for the right to use the old Croatian language in religious services. Look closely and you'll notice that his left big toe has been polished to a perfect shine. This is because rubbing the toe is reputed to bring good luck and guarantee that you'll be back!

Festivals and Events

Split hosts exciting festivals and events throughout the year. Whenever you go, you're sure to find some kind of colourful celebration filling the old streets and squares. The traditional Carnival is in February, when costumed dancers emerge in force. In May you can witness the mass celebration for the Festival of St Duje, also known as Split Day. Arrive between mid-July and mid-August to enjoy the Split Summer Festival, which brings a whole host of opera, drama, ballet and concerts to open-air stages across the city.

Restaurants

A locals' favourite inside the Roman palace walls, Villa Spiza is a perfect place to enjoy authentic Dalmatian classics such as calamari, risotto, or stuffed peppers. Everything is fresh, home-cooked and great value too. Next to the town hall is No Stress Café & Bistro, where you can savour Croatian dishes created with the finest ingredients, great coffee and a nice outdoor terrace. For delicious local seafood, try Nostromo. They get their ingredients daily from the fish market right across the street: it doesn't come any fresher.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Split

What are the best hotels to stay in Split?

One of the best hotels to stay in Split is Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Split.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Split?

Apartments Sunce in Split offers one night in a double room at the price of £19.

What hotels are in the central Split neighborhood?

Heritage Hotel Antique Split, Bella Notte Di Spalato and Palace Augubio are located in the central neighborhood of Split.

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