Tucked away on the side towards the park just behind the waterfront. Huge empty space in this square with restaurants and exits on each middle sides. Reminds us of the squares in Madrid. Very nice.
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This square is stunning, situated just behind the Riva promenade. A great place to soak up the atmosphere of Split with a coffee or beer.
We walked down there and through a couple of times but it was not busy except for market day on the weekend. It was visually quite nice and I can see where it could be used for events. Taxi circle is right in front of...More
The Squire is surrounded on three sides by a beautiful red building inspired by Venetian architecture known as the Prokurative, with the last side opening up to a beautiful view of the Split waterfront.
Beautiful Square and often overlooked. It is recognizable by the red buildings, walk down from Riva towards the fountains and turn right. It has some great cafes and restaurants located here too.
A nice plaza dating back to the Venitians rule of the area. Located just outside of the palace walls. Beautiful place to sit and have a coffee while taking in the views around.
Unlike the famous Diocletion Palace nearby, this provides a different perspective. It is of course not as steep in history, but it is in a great condition, looks grand, and houses some great dining places. It's worth a quick visit for a cuppa.
The view is what matters there. The red building is beautiful and there is one curiosity: Famous Split Festival is held there. There are a few coffee shops, restaurants and it is a really nice place with a view on the sea and a fountain....More
A very popular spot located west of the Riva. The Republic Square is surrounded on three sides by a collection of elaborate neo-Renaissance buildings (known as the Prokurative). The open side (south) provides a beautiful view of the harbor and waterfront. Following largely the Italian...More
The square is a beautiful structure with cafes and restaurants all around. The view to the waterfront is amazing in a nice weather. Must for a relaxing day.