There are hundreds, even thousands of options where to stay in Split, a variety of hotels, hostels and especially rooms and apartments, and the choice is seemingly endless. However, when it comes to the final decision, when you narrow your selection on Booking.com or Airbnb.com or any other site, one of the main questions is “which neighbourhood to choose”. Especially for first time visitors, most of them are complete terra incognita, not to mention sometimes truly unpronouncable names.
Like in any other city, every neighbourhood in Split has its pros and cons, its ups and downs, and reasons why or why not to hang around. In this new Total Split series we will try to give you hints what does it mean when some apartment owner gives you information that they are in Varos, Get, Marjan, Poljud, Bacvice, Radunica… All these parts of Split have their history, their unique atmosphere, different accessibility, or, in short, important reasons for and against. Each one of them will offer you different oportunities for nightlife, a quiet vacation, enjoying history or good food, or to be closer to nature.
For starters, it’s good to know that since last year almost whole Split is included in Street View on Google Maps. This way anyone can browse around pretty much any properties offered on booking sites.
To be continued