The local area surrounding the palace is known as the Old Town of Split, and it is a vibrant and bustling area filled with restaurants, shops, and cafes.
The narrow streets and alleys of the Old Town are lined with buildings dating back to the Roman era, and visitors can spend hours wandering through the maze of cobblestone streets.
8. The Chatedral of St. Domnius (1 minute walk from hotel)
9. Peristil Square (1 minute walk from hotel)
10. Vestibul (1 minute walk from hotel)
11. Đardin Park (3 minute walk from hotel)
12. Statue of Grgur Ninski (2 minute walk from hotel)
13. The Green Market (2 minute walk from hotel)
14. The Fish Market (5 minute walk from hotel)
15. The Fruit Square (4 minute walk from hotel)
16. Riva (3 minute walk from hotel)
The Western Coast
The western coast of Split has undergone a renovation about a decade ago, and it is now completely paved with the famous Brač stone. Along the promenade, right by the sea, bronze plaques are installed, displaying the names and surnames of Olympic medalists, along with the year and city of the Olympic Games, type of medal, and stylized depiction of the sport. These plaques are arranged chronologically, starting from the first Olympic medal won by Split athletes.
St. Francis Monastery
St. Francis Monastery in Split, located at the western end of the famous Split waterfront, known as Riva, just before the entrance to the Veli Varoš district, has a rich history. The monastery stands on the site where the early Christian church of St. Felix once stood during the Middle Ages. The church and monastery of St. Francis were built after 1240, on the grounds of the early Christian church dedicated to St. Felix, a local martyr from the time of Diocletian's persecutions.