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All reviews beautiful square red building republic square cultural events neo renaissance nice plaza placido domingo italian tradition old city riva architecture fountain concert colonnade arches stage venetians
Stunning buildings with lots of bright colours and a number of restaurants and bars in close proximity. A short walk from the Riva and around the corner from the main shopping street. We were told the area plays host to cultural displays and music events.
This has a few restaurants and if you can find a table at one nearest the seaside, it’s very pleasant. The square itself is nothing exciting. There are some stalks there mainly selling cheese, pastry and cold meats but I don’t know how good they...More
Prokurative (a.k.a. Republic Square) is a popular Italianate-style plaza facing the harbor, west of Diocletian's Palace. It offers restaurants, bars, cafes, ATMs, shops and places to explore. The name comes from the arcades on the neo-Renaissance buildings surrounding the square on three sides. The buildings...More
Taking your time to wander around the city leads itself to the discovery of beautiful squares, such as Republic Square, which is very Venetian in its styling. Although it was practically empty when we visited it is a popular space for events throughout the summer.
From time immemorial Prokurative was a sort of Split's variation on Venice's St. Mark's Square theme, a place where everything happened - from opera concerts to demonstrations to public hangings. Stay in nearby hotel Bellevue, if aou want to get a taste of old Split...More
Just stopped here for a quick drink. Staff were very attentive and we did consider staying for lunch. The dish’s being brought from the kitchen looked very good, however we had arranged to meet at another restaurant