Guest House Zara

Sinovciceva 1, Split, 21000, Croatia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Split

Destination 1 - Split

A travel blog entry by ludders


... bed. Still home by about 1ish but with an alarm set for 8am it was not my most sensible decision. Anyway it was good to be out and about with other travellers, and I have learnt fast just how easy it is to meet people when you're travelling on your own so hopefully won't have any problems there! Saturday morning arrived after my 4 nights in Split and I made my way to the harbour to catch a ferry to Hvar. Left feeling excited (and a little hungover) to see more of this lovely ...

The Land Where Time Stands Still

A travel blog entry by christinec2013

... on Monday 19 May checked into my hostel and went straight to the beach. And that's pretty much what I did for the next few days also. The hostel I stayed at was awesome because they even supplied beach towels for us. And the town of Split is quite stunning too. It could be Nice in France, or Amalfi in Italy, or Ios in Greece. It has a strip of shops and a very cute old town area, right next to the port where there are lots of yachts and cruise ...

Croatia Part One: Split

A travel blog entry by melissaclark


... city of Croatia! Our mode of transportation is not a train this time, but a bus! Due to some construction on the railways we got upgraded to a passenger bus which has been a nice change and hopefully will get us there more quickly! Hoping you all are enjoying the weather back home! Hehe, that was a little sarcastic! If it makes you feel any better, Zagreb has lots of snow at the moment so our hot weather was short lived! Funny how different the climates can be within a ...

Split, Croatia

A travel blog entry by stephen.glenda


... were tried and shamed. The eastern wall is where a Venetian stone lion was blown up by the local activists in the 1930's in show of defiance against Italian claims on Dalmatian territory. The place was absolutely charming with cafés and stores in every nook and cranny. We walked around on our own for a bit and had ic-cream(snickers, raspberry and banana for 10 kuna or 1€. I could have stayed longer as the town was very charming! After Trogir, we hopped on the ...

Croatia - Split

A travel blog entry by stephjames


Bog We left Budapest for a super busy long train journey that turned out to be quite funny. We were in a cabin with four other people. Two young English guys, a Brazilian and a crazy Hungarian who had a few too many beersies. This combination proved to be quite hilarious. The Brazilian didn't say much but we had some good yarns with the two English guys. The Hungarian guy arrived in his matching track suit, a huge wad of cash in a ...


This hostel, located on Sinovciceva 1, Split, is near Marjan, Croatian National Theater, Eastern (Silver) Gate, and Prokurative.
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