As a UNESCO city the parking areas are around the historic core....and you can usually find a free spot and just walk back into town. But if you dont want to hunt, just drive to the ferry terminal and there is a low cost lot on the left hand side of the road before the terminal behind the bus/train station. Or you can park right off the Riva, the waterfront, for about $1 an hour.
Near Hajduk Split stadium you will find free park.
We have always used the parking lot near the Riva, just for its convenience. Most times we have found something right away.
Ok Thanks gays for the tips :)
Goodtrance, I saw on the map and seems that Poljud Stadium is very close to the city centre is that correct?
Small correction: parking next to Riva in Split is 10 Kuna per hour (1,5 E) and it is 7 Kn behind the bus/train station (at least it was last month)
Not that close...it is a 20 minute walk to the Riva/Palace....look at the map and find Marjan Hill and the tunnel that goes under it. Take this tunnel and park anywhere to the LEFT heading back towards town. From streets like Drazanac or Mihanoviceva it is a short walk to the end of the Riva. Easier to park here and an enjoyable stroll rather than at Poljud. However, you can park at Poljud and then take a bus into the center for 10kn each or simply walk due south. But for $1 an hour, parking right at the Riva parking lot will make it a whole lot easier!
Оk thanks gays for the tips :)
Parking at the Riva is 10 kuna (closer to $1.80 per hour), there is a parking lot at the south end of Domovinskog Rata on the Vukovarska side. It's a long thin parking lot with parking right at the south end which is at the pedestrian entrance to the green market and just 100m to the Palace. Price is 5 kuna per hour (90c per hour)
Funny micdev - you're right, that's definitely not a phrase you throw at folks in Croatia with impunity !!!