Address: Luciceva 13, Split, Croatia
Split Apartments provides cosy, homely decorated apartments situated in a quiet street, yet only a 5-minute walk from the centre of Split.Split offers many different museums and cultural sites, but also great restaurants, where a reservation can be made for you. The reception staff can provide all necessary information about the town and its surroundings, to make the best of your vacation. This part of the Adriatic coast is perfectly suited for water sports enthusiasts.Split Apartments enjoy a perfect location as the bus and train stations are at a 10-minute walk from the hotel. Only 50 metres away there is a fruit and vegetable market with various shops, such as a bakery, a pharmacy and a supermarket.Marjan Hill, which offers many leisure opportunities, as well as many beaches, is close by the Split Apartments.
|• Parking (fee required)||• Pets Allowed|
|• 24-Hour Front Desk||• Non-Smoking Rooms|
|• Free Parking||• Express Check-In/Check-Out|
|• Luggage Storage||• All Public and Private Spaces Non-Smoking|
|• Ironing Service||• Internet Services|
|• Currency Exchange||• Bicycle Rental|
|• Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN||• Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included|
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Located in the Old Town, Split Apartments is situated in close proximity of the Croatian National Theater, and of most of the city's important historic and cultural monuments. The accommodation is within a 5-minute walk from the business and commercial area, 15 minutes away on foot from the main train and bus station and the city harbor, as well as a 20-minute drive from the airport. The Croatian city of Split is the largest city, as well as a major port in the region of Dalmatia, and represents the principal cultural, administrative, traffic and business center of Central Dalmatia. Split is well connected with the surrounding islands, its hinterland and other ports. The city of Split with its charming Old Town attracts tourists with a whole range of monuments and its rich history, obviously along with its beautiful coast, beaches and sea. Furthermore, it offers many traditional restaurants, in which visitors can sample many different Dalmatian specialties.