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Doporučuje 81 místních · Odhadovaná cena 1 z/ze 4 ·

Tipy místních

Melanie
Melanie
June 2, 2021
If you search breathtaking view on the Old town, this spot is perfect choice for You. it is recommendation to climb lot of stairs to this amazing terrace, but definitely worth it! You can refresh yourself at the open bar there!
Stella
Stella
September 29, 2020
The best view on whole Split. Must do!
Antonio
Antonio
September 3, 2020
View of the whole city.
Željko
Željko
July 17, 2020
Nice place for cafe with city wiev
Ivana
Ivana
February 26, 2020
Great view on the city and good coffee.

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Historická památka
“The palace is named after the great ruler of the Roman Empire, who lived between 243 and 316 A.D. and throughout history will be remembered as the first emperor who voluntarily gave up the throne and retired while constructing his summer residence right in place which later developed into the city of Split. His real name was Gaius Aurelius Valerius Diocles and he was born in the nearby ancient Salona, as the son of a free slave but thanks to his military successes and impeccable art of war, he rose to claim the title of Caesar and Roman emperor. He commissioned the building of the luxurious palace on our side of the Adriatic around 295 A.D., and into it moved ten years later - in 305, when he gave up the throne. The decision to select this specific site for construction was affected by, amongst other things, the pleasant Mediterranean climate, and the proximity to the very source of healing sulphur water - today near the city’s fish market. Diocletian’s Palace is the largest and best preserved palace of late Antiquity in the world. It occupies an area of 30,000 square meters, it is rectangular in shape, surrounded by walls, and at its corners towers were built for the guards. The centre of the palace was intersected by two wide streets, “Cardo” from the north to the south and “Decumanus” from the east to the west each ending in four doors: The Golden Gate in the north, the Brass Gate in the south, the Silver Gate in the east and the Iron Gate in the west. Emperor Diocletian died in 316 A.D., but life in the palace continued for 1,711 years, until today still. ”
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Noční klub
“local club full of locals, if you want to hear local party music, come here”
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“Originally built as Diocletian’s mausoleum, St. Domnius is considered one of the oldest cathedrals in the world. The Christian’s arrived during the middle ages and converted the mausoleum into a place of worship and removed all pagan images. They also removed the sarcophagi of Diocletian, who was a notable persecutor of Christians. It is estimated Diocletian is responsible for the death of over 150,000 Christians during the 3rd century. After they removed his remains, the Christians threw him out in the sea.”
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Lokalita
1 prilaz Vladimira Nazora
Split, Splitsko-dalmatinska županija 21000
Telefon+385 21 394 925
Rezervace
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Kreditní karty
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Venkovní posezení
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Wifi
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Menu
Brunch, oběd, večeře
Nápoje
Beer, plný bar, koktejly
Možnosti stravování
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