Hostel Antonio

Zadarska 7, Split, 21000, Croatia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Split

Croatia's Quite Nice

A travel blog entry by jeanetteandpat

7

Our nine days in Croatia were most enjoyable. No doubt the island stays were the highlight, and endless views of the Adriatic Coast never failed to impress. The weather was warm, especially noticeable in the bigger towns of Split and Dubrovnik, and surprisingly humid. In fact it was probably the humidity, combined with coastal views, that reminded us so much of the New South Wales North Coast. Perhaps then overall it was that feeling ...

Let's Split

A travel blog entry by simonemm

3

... It's pretty well kept together, if you know what I mean - it's like they've kept the old walls and just kept building around them. Given my (potentially) weakened state, we made sure we had plenty of breaks to sit on the promenade to yacht / ferry / tugboat and people watch.

Clearly Split is a drop off point for groups of young English men as they get on or off their yachts. We were treated to a delightful group who had ...

Vwl dfcincy

A travel blog entry by cemewa

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2
37

... just north of Split along the sea called kastela; an area where small castles were built by rich families in the 16th century. We had read that the walk between the castles was pleasant. The day was beautiful with sun, mild temperature and a gorgeous coastline. The castles were cool, but none of them were open, many dilapidated, but the day was very pleasant with coffee in the sun and later a picnic lunch by the sea. Since castles were the theme ...

Split

A travel blog entry by kyajade

20

... a beer a bit later on. We said bye then wandered around a few more streets and came out the other side of the roman old town section. We found a big statue of a wizard whose big toe apparently makes your wish come true when you rub it, so we got some funny photos with that, then ran into the Belgian group again! We had another chat with them for a while, and exchanged emails in case we made it to Belgium, then said bye again and went for a walk to find ...

Off to Croatia - Split and the Krka National Park

A travel blog entry by jnight

127

... open promenade, called the Riva, facing the harbor. Dominating the town behind that is Diocletian’s Palace. Diocletian was a Roman Emperor who ruled from 284-305AD. He was born near Split and decided to retire here, so had a massive palace constructed. The wall of the palace along the Riva is actually the rear.

We walked through the main public square west of the palace and then meandered to the south and the main gate ...

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This hostel, located on Zadarska 7, Split, is near Marjan, Papalic Palace (Papaliceva Palaca), Eastern (Silver) Gate, and Prokurative.
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