Rooms & Apartments Buble

K.A. Stepinca 118, Trogir, 21220, Croatia | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on K.A. Stepinca 118, Trogir, is near Fortress Kamerlengo, Loggia - Doorway, The Church of St. Filip and Jacob, and Palace Cipiko.
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Travel Blogs from Trogir

Dubrovnik to Trogir then Split

A travel blog entry by rr.peregrinates on Sep 07, 2013

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... government. His initial more tolerant views gave way to paranoia and a decree prohibiting Christianity . There were many religious executions , confiscation of property and destruction of churches. He was Emperor for twenty years and the first to go into voluntary retirement. He lived in the 7 acre palace for 11years until he died in 316. I thank him for leaving us this wonderful place to enjoy.

Amis à bord / Vänner ombord / Friends on board

A travel blog entry by uskoglund39 on Jul 02, 2012

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... and stopped to drop anchor in another of our favourite bays off the small village of Zlarin on the island of the same name. Free anchoring in 4 metres of crystal clear water…

6th July we continued towards the island of Solta - a good close hauled sail in a 14-20 knot breeze with peaks at 24 knots. There's a well protected fjord at the south western end of Solta. There you can take a buoy and pull a line to a small wharf in front of ...

Diocletian's Palace is over 1,700 years old

A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Apr 02, 2012

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Map of Split

APR 2; SPLIT. We were treated to a walking tour of Diocletian's Palace this morning. It is one of Croatia's ...

Exploring Palacial Roman Ruins by the Adriatic Sea

A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Nov 28, 2011

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... me that—despite the languages we speak and the country we come from—there’s no denying the basic human need to crack up while watching cartoons.

I spent the next morning with the girl from Hong Kong. She explained a few things to me about Chinese medicine, and offered me some herbal tea. I drank it, and then made my way back to the bus station. I bought a ticket for Sarajevo, the biggest and perhaps most war-ravaged city in Bosnia & ...

Big Van Trip from Dubrovnik to Trogir

A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Oct 06, 2011

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... built by Greeks and Romans. We walked in the city where they have restaurants and business all in the old buildings along with people's homes and a convent and an elementary school. It is normal stuff in very abnormal setting to us. We finally got to a post office and got a few cards in the mail. On our way to the post office we passed at least 8 gellato stands, but we were trying to wait til after we ate. We went to a open air cafe overlooking the ...