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Magasiner à Comitat de Split-Dalmatie

Meilleurs magasins

Crème glacée
“A very nice sweets, ice cream and cake shop. Thoroughly organic and made with care, it's a local favorite. ”
  • 61 personnes du coin recommandent
Magasin d'électronique
“Area of 50 000 m2 with lots of shops and a variety of entertainment for its visitors. In this shopping center you can also find a restaurant, lots of coffee bars and McDonalds.”
  • 61 personnes du coin recommandent
History Museum
“It was constructed the same year as St. John's fortress, in 1646 and it contributed very much to the defence of the town of Šibenik from the Turkish attacks in 1647.”
  • 27 personnes du coin recommandent
Marché fermier
“Daily fresh vegetables, fruit, cheese. Also a good thing to see for understanding how the locals live.”
  • 36 personnes du coin recommandent
Boutique de vêtements
“Zara is one of the most famous fashion brands and is set in Marmontova street in Split.”
  • 3 personnes du coin recommandent
Boulangerie
“The best pastry shop you can find while in Split!! Daily fresh cakes and cookies are just melting in your mouth. Enjoy all the pastries in its super cute designed indoor area or have them to go.”
  • 15 personnes du coin recommandent
Café
“If you feel like having a cup of coffe and cake in a local pastry shop there is a place called Cukarin with delicious local homemade sweets.”
  • 25 personnes du coin recommandent
Marché
  • 10 personnes du coin recommandent

Centres commerciaux

Centre commercial
“The mall is centrally located in an area of urban development within the city of Split and is therefore in an ideal geographical position for development and operations. The center is located at the crossroads of three main city roads: Homeland War, National Guard Corps and Vukovar Street, providing high visibility and easy access by personal transport, public transport, or on foot. The shopping center is well connected with areas throughout Dalmatia and the wider region and is located a short 10-minute drive from the Old Town and ferry port and a 30-minute drive to the Split Airport. There are 11 bus connections offered and the center is within close proximity to the A1 highway.”
  • 84 personnes du coin recommandent
Centre commercial
“One of the best if not the best shopping mall in Split. It's located on the edge of the town but the layout of it is easy to navigate through.”
  • 79 personnes du coin recommandent
Shopping Plaza
“If you want a break from the heat, you can go for shopping in Joker Mall - which also has a cinema inside. Price range: FREE Distance from studio: 350m”
  • 34 personnes du coin recommandent
Centre commercial
“Everything you want, Cinema, Mc donalds, fashion stores, grocery, pet shop, etc.”
  • 27 personnes du coin recommandent
Magasin d'électronique
“Area of 50 000 m2 with lots of shops and a variety of entertainment for its visitors. In this shopping center you can also find a restaurant, lots of coffee bars and McDonalds.”
  • 61 personnes du coin recommandent
Marché
“The Fish Market is, just like Pazar, one of the central points of the city life of Split, but also an interesting architectural monument, built over 120 years ago in Secession style. It is important to note that its meaning for the citizens of Split greatly transcends this merely "physical" dimension. All that the Adriatic sea can offer comes to its tables, from sprats, picarels, sardines, mackerels, to more expensive redscorpion fish, dentex, red porgy, sea bass, lobsters, sea shells... The only thing that's missing are flies, it seems that they don't care for the smell of sulphur coming from the neighbouring spa, one of the reasons why Diocletian, burdened by rheumatism, chose exactly this place to build his Palace. Just like on Pazar, the Fish Market, or Peškarija, as the locals call it, will make you feel the affiliation of Split and Dalmatia to the Mediterranean, its culture and civilization. Peškarija has become too small for Split long time ago, but it is too valuable for the preservation of the city's spirit for anyone to even think of giving it up. The visitors coming to the fish market for their "portion" of Split are also very aware of this fact.”
  • 34 personnes du coin recommandent
Centre commercial
Centre commercial
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent

Marchés

Marché fermier
“The outdoor market - Pazar, is located right next to the east wall of the Diocletian Palace, and around the church of St Dominic. It is one of the central places of life in Split, and recently its becoming also a popular destination for tourists eager to feel the local spirit. The outdoor market used to be on today's Fruit Square, but due to the rapid city development there was a need for a bigger space, and today that part of the city's core is the true belly of the city of Split. At the same time it is the place where you can still feel the spirit of Dalmatia and the Mediterranean, the colours, flavours and aromas of fresh fruits and vegetables, but also the sounds, the yelling and bargaining, all of the above will without a doubt be a clear clue to where you are at that moment. Of course all that you can buy on the open market can also be bought in any supermarket, even cheaper, but nothing can replace the local atmosphere.”
  • 46 personnes du coin recommandent
Marché fermier
“Daily fresh vegetables, fruit, cheese. Also a good thing to see for understanding how the locals live.”
  • 36 personnes du coin recommandent
Marché
“The Fish Market is, just like Pazar, one of the central points of the city life of Split, but also an interesting architectural monument, built over 120 years ago in Secession style. It is important to note that its meaning for the citizens of Split greatly transcends this merely "physical" dimension. All that the Adriatic sea can offer comes to its tables, from sprats, picarels, sardines, mackerels, to more expensive redscorpion fish, dentex, red porgy, sea bass, lobsters, sea shells... The only thing that's missing are flies, it seems that they don't care for the smell of sulphur coming from the neighbouring spa, one of the reasons why Diocletian, burdened by rheumatism, chose exactly this place to build his Palace. Just like on Pazar, the Fish Market, or Peškarija, as the locals call it, will make you feel the affiliation of Split and Dalmatia to the Mediterranean, its culture and civilization. Peškarija has become too small for Split long time ago, but it is too valuable for the preservation of the city's spirit for anyone to even think of giving it up. The visitors coming to the fish market for their "portion" of Split are also very aware of this fact.”
  • 34 personnes du coin recommandent
Marché
  • 10 personnes du coin recommandent
Marché
Marché aux poissons
“For fresh fish you need to rise early at six o’clock in the morning to buy freshly caught fish in Jelsa or Stari Grad.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande