Split Urban Rooms

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Our rooms are settled above the Morpurgo – one of the oldest libraries in the world. In still beautiful and preserved palaces lived the noble families Cambi, Pavlović, Nakić, Ciprianis, Karepić, and Split Urban Rooms II is Settled in former Cambi palace.

Nearby is the famous St Domnius cathedral with Peristil square and Diocletian Palace Substructures. Republic Square known as Prokurative, Croatian national theatre and Marmontova street where are located clothing stores of the most famous brands are about 300 m away from our property. Our rooms are not far from the most popular city beach Bačvice which is about 10 minutes walking distance, as well as Marjan park.

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People's square - Pjaca

Property ''Split Urban Rooms II'' is four-stars accomodation located on People's Square known as Pjaca which is also the main city square. Pjaca was the first inhabited part of Split outside the Diocletian's Palace and for centuries it has been the central stage of the city life.

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Split Urban Rooms accommodation - excellent location with affordable prices

Riva - promenade

Rent a bike and enjoy beautiful biking along Split's waterfront (Riva), continue to Marjan hill. Lots of outdoor cafés are to be found along the Riva seafront.

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Split Urban Rooms accommodation - excellent location with affordable prices

Prokurative

The square has long been established as an excellent stage for cultural events, especially the pop music festival, and the local bars and restaurants made it a popular venue for the citizens of Split.

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Split Urban Rooms accommodation - excellent location with affordable prices

Peristil

A monumental court, called the Peristyle, forms the northern access to the imperial apartments. It also gave access to Diocletian's mausoleum on the east (now Cathedral of St. Domnius), and to three temples on the west (two of which are now lost, and the third became a baptistery, originally being the temple of Jupiter.

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