Location and Surroundings
Split, the second largest city in Croatia, has a history going back over 2000 years. Although there are no longer any visible traces of the original Greek colony, there are plenty examples of Roman architecture and ruins in town. Among these there is the palace of Diocletian, which still is, 1800 years after its construction, one of the best preserved Roman buildings in the world.
Split's old town centre, a maze of streets and alleyways meeting here and there at grand squares, has numerous cafés and restaurants where you can enjoy a sumptuous meal or just a cup of strong coffee. A walk along the Riva, the promenade along the sea, is also a must if you want to see and be seen.
Sports Centre and Training Conditions
The local stadium, incidentally Blanka Vlašićs home arena, provides facilities for all athletic disciplines including javelin, hammer and discus.
Just outside the town centre is Marjan, a scenic park area crisscrossed with scenic trails, perfect for running.
In Split we collaborate with several hotels, three- and four-star, which are all within confortable walking distance to the stadium and the town centre.
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