Hostel Dioklecijan

Address: Obrov 10, Split, 21000, Croatia | Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Dioklecijan Split

Reviewed by seb-zazu1993


Reviewed Jul 30, 2011
by (2 reviews) Madrid , Spain Flag of Spain

Loved the staff, took us to a David Guetta concert and showed us around/ told us where to go if and when we needed to buy various essentials.
Location was great, right in the heart of Split's old town and right next to Diocletian's Palace! To sum it up, the hostel is fun and all round great value.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Dioklecijan Split

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Split

Sailing the Adriatic

A travel blog entry by on May 30, 2015

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Last night's sleep was fantastic as the hostel was nearly empty. I woke to the sounds of a bustling market outside the hostel. I looked out my window and the market took up the whole street. After a quick shower I went out to find myself some breakfast and scored a large coffee and marmalade croissant for $2.60. Gotta love Croatia! Especially after the cost of Italy. Apparently it's not in the culture to order takeaway coffees (which is why there's ...

Diocletian's Palace and collecting our yacht.

A travel blog entry by berryfamily5 on Sep 14, 2014

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... boat arrived and passed over a book to us which was a menu for the local waterfront restaurant so we made a booking and he came back and collected us in an hour. We enjoyed a wonderful seafood meal in a very non touristy village called Vinišće. Camerons Fun fact about the Diocletian's Palace. The palace is built from the same stone as parts of the White House in WASHINGTON. This could be a legend though! Split and collecting our yacht ...

Velocius quam asparagi coquantur

A travel blog entry by terredeshommes on May 07, 2014

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... had a bit of time in Split and a few things to see in the area.You're gonna say, with old stones like the ones in Split what else is there to see? Well the answer is simple: even older stones! :)

Split is a bit like the Riviera. In the beginning it was a holiday town next to the sea, built by and for a single man: the emperor Diocletian. He was born himself in Salona, an old Roman city nearby on a river, well protected ...

The Yacht Week

A travel blog entry by sophevans on Aug 21, 2013

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... island. Gee and I both had a shower off the back of the boat, then Jens pulled us into a tiny bay with about 10m of stoney beach and a few other boats anchored. He slipped Gee 50kuna and she swam ashore to get him 2 beers from a bar hidden behind the cliffs. Apparently it was his favourite secret spot. That afternoon we docked at Fort George, and Jens took us over to the town in the dingy, because there was no room for us to anchor on the marina again. We did a few groceries and ...


A travel blog entry by dougperry on May 31, 2013

The journey to Split was a long one but we managed to keep ourselves quite entertained for most of the trip. The 8 hours to Zagreb consisted of movie watching and realizing how haggard the Hungarian countryside is. After zagreb we managed to get our own cabin and played some poker, we then made a little fort and indulged in some illegal contraband and had a blast hanging our heads out of the train window while we ripped through the Croatian mountain tunnels. It was also ...