This club is mostly popular with university students and the younger generation of Split. Here you can rock out all night as live bands perform weekly. In addition, this disco-arts club is open to performing arts and wishes to inspire and liberate the community's creativity.
At Club Ghetto you can stop by for a poetry reading and admire the art on the walls while having a drink with friends. In addition, live music is available on select nights, allowing one to lose oneself to the music. This club is located near the Fruit Square and is a great bar to stop into if you are bar-hopping around the palace.
This hip and popular nightclub is a great place to be on Saturday nights if you are in the mood to move your feet. With special themed nights and weekly live performances, this club is becoming a local favorite. To get a feel for contemporary culture in Split, stop in for a drink or dance.
The Atrium Hotel is a luxurious offering in central Split, placing it in a close proximity to Poljud, Diocletian's Palace, and Marjan. Constructed at the site of an ancient Roman aqueduct, this hotel offers a modern oasis inside a beautiful marble and glass building. The rooms are lavishly decorated, spacious, and have large windows for a light and airy feel. The hotel offers an exquisite restaurant and bar. A wellness center and spa feature a newly renovated gym, pool, sauna, and spa. As with most newly constructed hotels in Split, the Atrium welcomes all guests with equal care and hospitality, from families, couples, and business women and men.
Exquisite cuisine and beautiful architecture await you at the Lvxor Restaurant and Cafe, located in the Peristil Square. While there are often street performers in the Peristil, Lvxor turns into a kavana at night when live music accompanies your meal. The restaurant adds to the Egyptian presence that is scattered around the palace, as the restaurant is named after Luxor, Egypt.