Guesthouse Zuvan

A.G.Matosa 41, Split, 21000, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on A.G.Matosa 41, Split, is near Tavna Monastery and King Peter's monument.
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Travel Blogs from Split

Diocletian's Palace - our final Croatian stop

A travel blog entry by bellrouse on Aug 04, 2014

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Breakfast wasn't included at the Villa Matejuska, so Karen hunted and gathered -- at a local grocery store and bakery -- for our simple breakfast: musli with peach yogurt, a cherry strudel, and tea. We packed up, stored our bags at the reception desk, donned our sun glasses and headed to the Riva and Split's main attraction, Diocletian's Palace. Diocletian, who served as Rome's emperor for an impressive 20 years from 284-305, built his vacation and retirement palace near ...

Sail Croatia

A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jul 07, 2014

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... old belly whacker. 5. The views from fortica, the winery, the streets of hvar and spanjola, the korcula bell tower and dubrovniks old walls 4. Horrible but funny dance moves (Happy dance, mission impossible, the shoulder roll, the nipple keyboard) 3. Traditional Croatian food in Korcula and Marakarska (good sunset too) 2. Partying in an actual cave in Marakarska 1. The amazing week of weather (it rained for the entire week afterward) with a really great bunch of people and a fantastic ...

Our sailing week begins! Split to Sesula

A travel blog entry by amcostin on May 24, 2014

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... how are all of us going to live on here together for a week?" But soon all that was forgotten as we sat on the front of the boat looking into the distance and expanse of crystal clear blue water. Sesula is nestled on the island of Solta and where we moored there was literally nothing but a small cove with a konobo (restaurant). We were taken boat by boat on the rib (dinghy) to shore from our yachts, and had a tasty dinner at the restaurant with great views out over the ...

Rafting the Rapids!

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Oct 18, 2013

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... it was just flat beautiful river, then every now and then there would be a small section of rapids and our guide would be calling out "Left! Right! Everyone!" After the third rapid, there was a whistle from the other boat, so we waited for them to catch up, then realized there was someone missing! Rachel was lying in the bottom of the raft, clutching her leg and crying! We didn't know exactly what had happened, but got the gist that she'd been stabbed in the leg by a passing branch! So ...

Mostar - A tale of two cities

A travel blog entry by lauraclaire82 on Jun 25, 2013

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... camera as most watch it through a viewfinder! The jumpers go on as long as there is a crowd, it’s a genius way to make money if you are into extreme sports. I know many guys back home who would do this for fun so these guys are onto a winner! Once this Kodak Mostar moment has been captured the groups seem to peal away to find a spot for lunch, coffee, ice cream before walking through the Old Town to do some shopping. Fed, watered, a shell casing ...