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Birthplace of Marcvs Marvlvs (Marko Marulić); Father of Croatian Literature. Shooting Scene of the famous series Game of Thrones. 15th Century Palace, in front of the City Museum in the Old Town (1 minute from Peristil Tower). The...more
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We kind of went here because of all the positive reviews and immediately after entering you could feel the relaxed ambiance. After we sat down and went over the drinks menu, the owner came up to us to ask if we needed any help or...More
A lovely place to enjoy a glass of wine with some nice jazz music in the background. The dimly lit interior of the bar is perfect for a romantic evening out. We really enjoyed chatting with the very friendly and welcoming staff! A gem and...More
This is right in the middle of chaotically busy old town- but it is quiet and pleasant place for a drink.
A bit pretentious with bill presented in a book but a lot nicer than other bars in Split and reasonable prices for...More
Great bar, a real hidden gem. Some great beers, not expensive, and good music. But what I really love were the little touches to this place. The menu is the best menu I have ever seen, written by an actual writer with little stories, quotes...More
I was looking forward to the John Krude concert and was happy to listen to John after missing him in Ghetto club, but was super disappointed with the venue! Im a 40 year old father of two kids and a college professor and got treated...More
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Marvlvs, Manager at Marvlvs Library Jazz Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2018
The bar is not a public park and people must order something. But in this case, when there is a show -we also pay for the musicians and extra waiters- the only thing we request is to get into the "concert area" with a drink...More
My girlfriend and I visited on what was a night of andean folk music. We were met with an extremely warm welcome and everybody was so friendly. Though small (cosy is a better word), it had a wonderful atmosphere and everybody felt included in the...More
What can I say.... one has to taste it to savor it and then it becomes your own !! Has the poet who owns the restaurant/ the wine rubbed off on me? The Menu - a booklet was so interesting with verses and snippets and...More