By day or night, this great, modern street in Split is full of people walking and eating ice cream or one of the delicious pizzas being served to go. During the day, there are many shops offering international and local brands generally inspired by Italian fashion. Honestly, the prices seemed quite high and though I expected to find some cheaper things, everything is of a good quality, like leather shoes, mostly summer clothes, everything else was imported and was more expensive than in Spain. Marmontova Street is part of the second old town of Split located outside the walls of the palace. When planning for a real city began, and businesses developed with Venicians and Turks, it was necessary to expand the city. The old village then became a major city.
Senjska is a street that runs from the city center, at the end of Sperun Street, to the lookout point of Marjan Hill. Up there you can enjoy a spectacular view of the city of Split, with Diocletian's Palace, the old port, and the more modern areas. Senjska is a pedestrian street with steps, but be warned that it's about 20 minutes walking uphill from the center. It's quite busy with pedestrians, and there are little convenience stores along the way, as well as beautiful houses - the first to be built outside the old city, home to rich people who wanted more space and to enjoy the green lung that is Marjan Hill. In summer it can be very hot, but you can go slowly and take advantage of the shade offered by the buildings.