Villa "Kameni Cvit"

13 Krusevica gumno, Split, 21000, Croatia
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Parking in Split

by bigted4956

We have booked a Hotel in Split over 16th July to 19th July but they don't have any good parking. We have a rental car which we need to park somewhere. Has anyone got experience with this and have you any suggestions for secure parking?
Thanks

Re: Parking in Split

by diocletianvs

I don't think you should worry that much about the parking situation in Split - the city is not that dangerous! I can't remember of any public garage that would have 24h security.... what exists are large (open) parking lots in the center where they charge you for parking but take no responsibility for any damage or losses.... The same goes for street parking in some streets in wider central area.

Once you are there you will see the locals are very "creative" in finding free parking spaces and you should do what everyone else does - the easiest is just to park on the parking lot or on the street. (But even green spaces and sidewalks are "fine" by local standards.)

Of course, do not leave any valuables visible in the car, lock the doors and you should be fine.

(The only real danger are hooligans that call themselves football supporters: if your car will have Zagreb car plates and there is a football match between Dinamo Zagreb and Hajduk Split then you should worry a bit. In that case invest in Hajduk scarf or flag and leave it visible in a car. Some people even take off the "wrong" car plates on the day of the match.)

Re: Parking in Split

by Joolyjay

Hi there.

There is parking available at the Riva. If you follow signs to the ferry port you will see the barrier for it to the right of the Jadrolinija ticket office, just near the market and Diocletian's Palace. Just take a ticket and pay when you leave. It is not a secure parking area, just an open air parking area, but as the previous answer mentions, Split is a relatively safe place. I have parked there overnight many times and have never had a problem. Just be sensible and don't leave valuables in the car or belongings in sight. Have a good trip.

If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to contact me. I have a house on the nearby island of Brac and am in Split quite a bit. In fact, just got back from there yesterday! PS If you're looking for a good English breakfast, I highly recommend the Black Cat!

Re: Parking in Split

by neodue

Do not worry about parking security in Croatia and Split.
Nice people ,nice friends and secure country.Split is not a Megapolis.you do not need car inside the old city just walk.I have been there with rental car nothing bad happened for 7 days.

Re: Parking in Split

by bct341

on the same subject, is there any parking near Diocletian's Palace? I am guessing there is since it is a tourist spot.

I am only going to say in Split overnight so I have been looking at some hotels outside of Split which are cheaper and have parking. Then, I was just going to drive in an see the palace and walk around a bit.

Re: Parking in Split

by neodue

yes there is one.Cross the Ferry Hourbor there is Split Main Train Station.Next to train station there is parking area.You can walk to Diclotean Palace and olsd Split Centre.

Re: Parking in Split

by bct341

thanks for the information....

Travel Tips for Split

DIOCLETIAN'S PALACE
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by pegi1

DIOCLETIAN'S PALACE

Diocletian's Palace is among the best preserved monuments of the Roman building heritage in the world. Owing to the research done during 20th century by an Austrian G. Niemann and by a French E. Herbrard, based on the previous research done by an Englishman R. Adam in 18th century, the original layout of the Palace has been disclosed. More systematic research and study of the Palace have been conducted since 1950s.

The imperial palace has been constructed as an appropriate interpolation of various contents of a luxurious villa - the Emperor's summer residence into the scheme of a Roman military camp (castrum), divided into four quarters by two main streets. There were Emperor's quarters situated in the southern section of the Palace, and it was the place where all official and religious ceremonies took place, while, on the other hand, the lodgings of the servants, Emperor's guard and soldiers were situated in the northern section, where the warehouses and the workshops were also located.

The Palace is a rectangular building (some 215m by 180 m) , with four big towers at its corners, with four gates on each side and four small towers on its walls. There are no openings on the lower parts of the walls, while, on the upper parts there is a monumental porch on the south side, and there are arcades on the other three sides.

During the following centuries, the residents of the Palace and the citizens of the city have adapted this space for their needs, and so both the buildings within the Palace and the external walls with towers have greatly changed their original appearance.

The extensions added along the eastern and the northern wall of the Palace during the following centuries, were demolished after the World War 2, so the original appearance of the Palace was revealed.

Do you see that big hill in...

by snakemaster

Do you see that big hill in the distance? Right! That's Marjan... Take a walk to the top for a beautiful view of Split or take a walk around it. You'll be able to see the clear blue Adriatic sea with small islands everywhere and you can stop just about anywhere to go for a swim. I know it's tempting to just stay in the center of town, but then you'd miss out on one of the greatest natural attractions of Split. Don't miss it!

Promenade on Riva

by croisbeauty about Splitska riva

Split is a city of genuine southern spirit, the livelist old-timer among all Croatian cities. That kind of spirit you can feel, most of all, here on the Riva's promenade. Be yourself, put on anything you like to look as attractive as possible coz the locals come here to show them up.

By ferry to Split

by jacob_m

There are many ferrycompanies operating along the Croatian coast. From Split there are ferries to like Dubrovnik, Zadar and Rijeca and the tickets are cheap.
This is nothing to recommend if you're in a hurry but as a tourist or a holidaymaker you get a wonderful view of the croatian archipelago.

A basic eatery at the center

by tpk2 about Konoba Marjan

Konoba Marjan is better for lunch than dinner. If you are looking for an affordable place to grab something to eat while shopping at the center, here is one option. However, if you want a place for nice evening dining, I wouldn't recommend Marjan.

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