Shopping Malls? Split Has 3 Of Them!

Daniela Rogulj

As of recently, shopping malls are no stranger to the city of Split. I can remember visiting Split less than a decade ago and there were only one or two Super Konzum’s representing shopping malls! Today, Split claims 3 shopping malls, and with that, three of the largest malls in Dalmatia. With the first opening of Joker and the most recent opening of Mall of Split, Spličani have almost too many shopping options (good thing we are Spličani though, shopping is our forte). Here is a quick rundown on the shopping malls in Split, and you can pick which one suits you best for your next shopping adventure.

Joker was the first fully fledged shopping mall in Split, opening in 2007. Located just a 15-20 minute walk outside of the city center, there are more than 50 shops spread amongst 4 floors. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes, sandwich bars and of course, the closest Mcdonald’s to the center. Joker also has a large multi-screen cinema, fitness center, and car wash which is located on the ground floor. Joker is definitely convenient for those of you that don’t want to venture out of the center to do some shopping. Joker is located on Put Brodarice 6.
City Center One opened next in November of 2010, and was until recently, the largest shopping center in Dalmatia. City Center One is located in the east part of Split, right off of Vukovarska, easily accessible by bus line 18. The bus ride from the center of the city should take around 20-30 minutes. With over 140 stores, restaurants, and cafes situated over three floors, City Center One has plenty to offer. Boasting large supermarkets inside, variety stores, and another massive cinema, there is also a 500 square meter jungle playroom for children. And a perk for grown ups? The largest karting arena Dalmatia!

Lastly we have our most recent giant, the Mall of Split. Having just opened in March of 2016, Mall of Split is officially the largest shopping mall in Dalmatia. What makes the Mall of Split interesting is the concept and architecture they chose to convey, using the spirit of 17th century history to make for a properly unique experience. Mall of Split is separated into four vertical units: the Adriatic, the Vestibule, Piazza and Marjan, all resembling pertinent parts of Split. This helps patrons of the mall easily navigate themselves through the giant shopping center it is. With over 200 shops, Mall of Split is much more than a world-class architectural scenery and shopping paradise. They utilize rainwater as process water and have selective sorting and separating of waste according to EU standards. This really is the mall of the new generation.
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