Filomena Spa & Lifestyle Club

Put Radosevca 39, Split, 21000, Croatia
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What to do in Split...

by Donna_in_India

Hi - we'll be coming into Split (by cruise) for only about 6 hours in May. We'd like to explore on our own. Can anyone suggest what we should do/see? Also, any specialty food/drink we should try? Thanks for your help!

Re: What to do in Split...

by dkotsifis

You have to visit only the old town.It is very nice and you can find everythink inside.

Re: What to do in Split...

by AboveYou

you should visit city centre (old town) which is only 10 mins walking from the harbour and most of the city attractions are there. if you are interested in history there is a very nice museum only 5 mins by bus from the centre (museum of croatian archeological monuments).
when you are in split, you must try some of the fine fish dishes. on Bacvice beach (about 10 mins walking from the harbour in the opposite direction) you can find Bota, very fine fish restaurant with traditional food and wines but it's quite expensive...
if you have any other question, just ask...

Re: What to do in Split...

by Donna_in_India

Thank you for your help. We look forward to trying the fish! Any specialty desserts?

Re: What to do in Split...

by AboveYou

try rozata... it's very delicious.

Re: What to do in Split...


Try to find restaurant Konoba kod Joze they have excelent fish and sea food.On the north walls Golden gate is statue of archibishop Gregory.Just pass statue accross the park and you will be close to restaurant.Ask any local and they will tell you where is.

Travel Tips for Split

The "Splicani"

by mvtouring

This is the Croatian name for the inhabitants of Split. They are well known for the gregarious nature, love of singing, good food and drink and particularly for their devotion to sport. The local soccer team, Hajduk ("The Bandit") is one of the best supported teams in the country. And finally all my male friends tell me, and there is no dispute about this, the most beautiful girls in Croatia come from Split

Solin-AKA SAlona

by BruceDunning

This was the main living center for the Illyrian Delmaeti tribe and in the Greeks used it for trading over many centuries in BC. The Romans continued that trading commerce that covered much of the inland regions. The creation of Christianity got a foothold here in 200-300AD, and many churches were erected without much disturbance by the Romans for the most part, even though they had to keep the profile low key. However, by 300-500 AD there were some enormous churchs built here. German Ostrogoths destroyed much of the town in the 4th century, and by that time the population was over 60,000 and covered at least 1 square mile. The Slavs and Avars ravaged the town in 641, and completely destroyed it for what reason? That forced Solin residents to take refuge in the nearly abandoned Diocletian palace in Split, so they had some protection with the walls as defense.

The main areas are called Manastrine that was the little church outside the main town that was first built in 300's. After that over 300 years there were 3 main additions to the church to what the outline is today. The amphitheater held 18,000 people and is from 2nd century. The old town center in the middle was in a valley and the layout today to imagine it is fantastic. There are outlines of two churches, and many huge buildings of old. Excavation of the ruins started in about 1840's and the main digs was by F. Bulic, archaeological specialist in 1929-1940's. He studied much of the ruins and a great deal is located in Split museums today.

Split's airport (SPU)

by acemj

I flew into Split on the early flight from Zagreb on Croatia Airlines. The flight was short (40 minutes) uneventful (just the way I like it) and arrival in the rather small airport was easy. Inside, you'll find a currency exchange, a cafe and a shop or two, but the airport is fairly small.

Getting into town was easy. The airport is about 25km northwest of Split (in Kastela), so I hopped on the Croatia Airlines bus and for 30kn (as of Feb. 2004) it took me to the waterfront, Riva of Split right in front of the Diocletian's Palace.

I also noticed that when I took the #37 bus from Trogir back to Split, the public bus stops in front of the airport. You'll have to walk through the parking lot in front of the airport out to the street, but that will save you a few bucks.

Watch How you Come into the Old Town

by BruceDunning

I found out from experience that if you follow the signage to get into the old town center, you go out of your way, and it takes and drops you into an area a way from the center. Then, you have to find a parking place; nearly impossible. I suspected there was a "diversion" to try and get traffic to find another method into the old town area. So I asked a local person, and he guided me into the local bus station and boat area on the Riva; only one block form our apartment.
The other way loops around on Domovinskog road instead of taking the main cesta toward the south side. This way you avoid a lot of traffic backup and maybe find a place to park easier. The signs split the road when you get off the main exit to old town; just go further down.

Diocletican Palace

by traveloturc

It was build around 298. AC when the Roman imperator Gaius Aurelius Valerius Diocletianus decided to start the construction of the grand villa in the bay of Split on the Dalmatian coast nearby (5 kilometres) his birth place - Salona. His reign was remembered by great reforms. The most important one was the system of the rule of four (two Caesars and two Augusts). Diocletian was the first emperor in history to abdicate willingly, but also he was a big Christian persecutor.
Diocletian was declared to be divinity by the Roman senate while he was still very much alive As a Jupiter's son he retreated himself to his fortified residence in Split where he treats his rheumatics at sulphurs and thermal springs.
The palace occupies an area of about 30 000 square meters. It is rectangular and was originally fortified by 16 towers. At the same time it was residence of an emperor (villa rustica) and Roman fortification (castrum) with army troops.
After Diocletian's death the palace remained under the Roman imperial jurisdiction until 480.


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