House Sandra

Address: 11 Nincevica, Split, 21000, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHouse Sandra Split

      Reviewed by gilshamir1

      hidden oasis

      Reviewed May 24, 2010
      by (9 reviews) nir-oz , Israel Flag of Israel

      the house is very old building renewed inside. location great - 5 minutes easy walking from beach,bus, ferry, green market , old town & the palace. neighborhood is very quiet but restaurants, internet & bars not fat. always someone to help you and with a smile. Vjekoslav is very experienced and friendly.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews House Sandra Split

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Split

      Blown down to Split

      A travel blog entry by hochalmspitze on Oct 02, 2014

      11 photos

      ... The big reason to stop in Split was to see Diocletian's palace. Ros is, luckily for me,very fond of old ruins and especially wanted to see the palace. Those of you who are prone to saying "awesome" when someone offers you a packet of crisps would do well to travel to Split and see something that truly justifies that word. One can only stand in awe confronted with this incredible building. Firstly the scale of the ...

      CONTIKI CROATIA. Part 1.

      A travel blog entry by ash.coad on Sep 05, 2014

      10 photos

      ... if he had Eftpos and what a surprise his answer was NO, I then ran to the nearest atm located in a bank but the atm was blocked off and I was extremely confused, naturally I went inside to ask for help and the bank teller politely told me I had to go through the back entrance so I got out 800 KUNA and quickly ran back to the taxi driver, he was so patient with me, probably thinking to himself stupid bloody australian tourist. I headed into the hotel reception only ...

      Random thoughts on life at the Croatian Camp

      A travel blog entry by benandchinky on Oct 29, 2013

      21 photos

      ... the whole thing seemed like an illegal hippie settlement (like in Granada) and it was unlike anything I'd ever experienced before. But overtime the chaos has somewhat dissipated- it's still a bit crazy at times and I still feel a bit out of place at times but its not as bad now.

      I don't even know how to describe the camp- its fully in the bush and almost multi levelled but there are paths leading everywhere with a new nook or cranny that ...

      Digital America - Analog Dalmatia!

      A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jul 22, 2013

      6 comments, 20 photos

      ... looking like a set for a Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings classic.

      Since our intended route headed down the mountain on the opposite side of the church, we followed the trail inland, hoping for the opportunity to loop back around to the church, which it did. Back at the church, the same three gals hit us up again, one of them speaking in German with an offer to observe a demonstration of a 300 year old process of producing olive oil. She was such a charmer that it ...

      Finding Split and treading to Trogir

      A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jul 07, 2013

      27 photos

      ... that a whole city was above us. We then went to the outside of the Palace and saw how the Palace had melded into the town and how the town used the palace as a base. The middle section is the most preserved of the above Palace, the people used Diocletian's Mausoleum as the Cathedral and the temple dedicated to Jupiter as the Baptism, the central court between the two temples is used as a restaurant.

      We then went to the new city, as the old city grew too small ...