Ethnographic Museum

Ethnographic Museum

Get a feel for Croatian life in years gone by at the Ethnographic Museum. See traditional costumes and jewellery Croatians wore, the tools of their trades, and toys and musical instruments they played with. The museum is air-conditioned, has information in English and a great view of Split from the vestibule.
Luxe Boutique Hotel

Luxe Boutique Hotel

Split Old Town, Split Area

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0.2 Km to Ethnographic Museum

  • Unique design
  • Delicious cuisine
  • Close to the Old Town
  • Modern interior
  • Great spa
Cornaro Hotel
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  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
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Cornaro Hotel

Split Old Town, Split Area

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0.3 Km to Ethnographic Museum

  • Modern and elegant
  • Close to city's main attractions
  • Superb service
  • Rooftop whirlpool
  • Small and peaceful
Hotel Park Split
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Hotel Park Split

Split Old Town, Split Area

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0.8 Km to Ethnographic Museum

  • Central location
  • Modern and elegant style
  • Excellent restaurant
  • First-class service
  • 50m from the beach
Cathedral of St. Domnius

Cathedral of St. Domnius

Split Old Town, Split Area

This octagonal cathedral was originally built in 311AD by a Roman Emperor who persecuted Christians. When he died and was interred here the Christians destroyed his remains and turned the building into a place...

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Split Market

Split Market

Split Old Town, Split Area

Located just on the eastern side of the Diocletian’s Palace near the bus station, this busy market is open from the early hours. You’ll find mountains of fresh fruit, all sold by the kilo, as well as fresh...

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Trg Peristil

Trg Peristil

Split Old Town, Split Area

Peristil Square is the former entry hall of Diocletian’s Palace, where the Roman emperor would have addressed his subjects. The spacious courtyard is flanked by tall columns of Italian marble and siennite from...

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