Split, with a growing population of over 200.000 inhabitants, has quite a lot of shopping options. Here are some of the most popular places for shopping in Split.
Shopping in center of Split (in or near Diocletian palace core):
Few years ago all the shops were situated in or near the city center but with the development of tourism, as the city expanded the shops that remained in the city center are tourist friendly.Therefore here you can find various souvenir shops, tobacco shops and supermarkets.
in Marmont street you can find stores like: Berska, Zara (women, man and kid), and brands like Guess and Tommy Hilfiger.
In palace core you can still find stores like Diesel, Replay, and many more different shoes stores. Tourists often buy shoes here. On every corner you can find optical stores, branded ones and other.
The Main market (also called the green market) is still at the same place and ofers not only fresh fruits and vegetables, but if you are traveling light here you can find swimming suits and wardrobe for the summer, beach towels, diving masks and inflatable mattress.
Joker shopping mall: Since the opening in 2007, the Joker center has been a popular spot for the Split citizens, especially for those living near the city center. The Joker center is situated 15-20 minutes walk from the city center, and the bus stop is 2 min walk from Joker. At Joker, you have more than 50 shops on 4 floors, among which you can find: supermarket Tommy, DM, Hervis sports shop, Deichmann, One 2 Play – so to sum it up, here you find more or less everything.
Mall of Split: After being postponed several times, Mall of Split finally opened in 2017 and it is the largest mall in Dalmatia. The mall is located in the Vukovarska street about 4 km from the city centre. The mall has around 80 shops including a large Interspar, a cinema and a large food corner, with e.g. McDonalds, Burger King.
City Center One Split: Shopping center City Center One Split was opened in 2010 and it is the second largest shopping center in Dalmatia. The shopping center is located in the easternmost part of Split, and it covers an area of about 57,000 square meters. In City Centre you will find a big selection of shops (e.g. H&M, Mango, Orsay, OVS), bars and restaurants spread over the three floors.
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Tickets for local busses you can buy on the newsstand at the market: 18 kunas return ticket
or on the bus: 11 kunas one way.