Other Features of Split

When visiting the city of Split, you can walk through its narrow cobbled streets, which are equipped with shops, bars and cafes. You will notice the laundry of the residents being hung above you.

Also, you will find men who are wearing Roman military clothes in the middle of the Roman ruins. If you are a foodie, you will enjoy tasting a wide variety of original Croatian specialties available at eateries and stalls. Pizza, kebabs and other related food items can also be found somewhere in the city. It is also worthwhile to see a crucifix made from stone and a wonderful collection of stone, marble and bronze statues in the Mestrovic Gallery. Considered as one of the most remarkable sculptors of the 20th century, Ivan Mestrovic once lived in that gallery in summer.

Bacvice, the main beach of the city, is located just a few minutes east of town by walking. This beach is famous amongst foreign and local visitors and surrounded by a lot of bars and restaurants. The tourist spot has received the blue flag award due to environmental and cleanliness management. Some of its amenities include food service, showers, lockers, lifeguards and rental facilities. The nightlife in this place is livened up with nightclubs and discos, with partygoers usually dancing till the sun is up.

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