Guesthouse Zuvan

A.G.Matosa 41, Split, 21000, Croatia | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $42.00

Travel Blogs from Split

Sail Croatia

A travel blog entry by stephandmarty


... Split and feasted on too much potato and meat at 'Fife' and a few litres of wine. (Why buy a glass when a carafe is so cheap?!) Our 4 became 6 the next morning, meeting Alicia and Rhys as we boarded our boat (there was lots of hugging, kissing and talking excitedly amongst the girls as they hadn't all been together in quite some time). That 6 soon became a 28, meeting some really awesome people on the boat, who we can now call friends and look forward to seeing again, be it ...

Bears,Wolves and a mountain.

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday


... through the mountain in a long tunnel. When we came out the other side we were in a different looking land. It was no longer solid green but much dryer and paler.more like the Mediterranean. The rocks were white and the plants much more spaced out and low,far less trees.
We at last could see the sea! It is really the Mediterranean Sea but here, between Croatia and Italy it is called the Adriatic. Confusingly in is also ...

Press the Japanese panic button

A travel blog entry by dionneb


... the official record it has at least 160 steps. However the climb was worth it, the pictures from the top speak for themselves. As normal practice, Michelle challenges me to find the most entertaining and inexpensive souvenir. Past trips have yielded the following treasures - rice patty hat from Asia, the pooping Catalonian from Barcelona and I've again challenged myself to find something this trip. I could have opted for the furry Turkish slippers, a hookah pipe, bullets in ...

The sun shines in Split

A travel blog entry by brenards


... I hop skipped and a jumped back down to the beach of course for another dip or two. Next stop time to get lost inside the palace walls again, I put the map away and just explored where the alley ways took me it was beautiful a magical step back in time. The bell tower seemed so low (after St Pauls) but I knew the view into the palace from birds eye would be great so I then sat up there for a while just taking it all in (and taking numerous photos ...

Stari Most

A travel blog entry by cutiebanana


... West has, however, greatly aided my understanding. The difficulty is that one needs knowledge of about a thousand years to grasp it.

Mostar was lovely...but still sad. There are bullet holes still and oh so many graves.

We had much borek at a place where the proprietor joked with us about paying in Yen and then spoke of his love for the Pacers.


This 3 star hotel, located on A.G.Matosa 41, Split, is near Tavna Monastery and King Peter's monument.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair