Hostel Nevenka

Address: Matice Hrvatske br.88, Split, Croatia | 3 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from Split

Lets Split

A travel blog entry by glennandcheryl on Aug 06, 2015

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... is an annual ceremony of the Rates, and it is only when this notice comes in on the 1st July, that the residents know which country they belongs to.

The first thing I noticed about Split was the local girls. They all seem to be very tall and slim. I thought there must be a reason for this, so I googled it. It is just as I thought. There was a breeding program started by the Greeks. All the girls in future had to ...

Day 26 - Sunday, June 7, 2015 - Ferry to Split

A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on Jun 07, 2015

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... services encouraged the construction of a town outside of the walls. So, today, the city of Split extends well beyond the ancient core of the palace and has over 300,00 people in the wider area. It is right on the Adriatic Sea and is a busy, bustling port for cruise ships, ferries, and water taxis to other coastal cities and towns. It is the economic hub of the central Adriatic shoreline – and the unofficial capital of Dalmatia. It has ...

Day 4 of cruise - Santorini and Mykonos

A travel blog entry by fionaferrar on Apr 28, 2015

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... nice. They told me about the warning not to take the donkeys - apparently a flyer was supposed to be in my cabin this morning warning that the donkeys carried diseases and not to take them. I had intended to take the donkey down the stairs, but this put me off a bit. Silly I think, but I don't want to be sick here. I think I remember a pic of Sue McKee riding a donkey here, and she seemed to be fine. Anyway, so I looked at the huge queue for the cable car ...


A travel blog entry by daz-marie on Jul 25, 2014

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... suitcases like us but much younger and no one could find their seats! So after a lot of commotion we decided to sit wherever we found a spare cabin. The conductor just watched us and didn't say a word because he could not speak a word of English, go figure!
So asI type we've been on a train 7 hours on our way to Zagreb and getting very fidgety. I've watched Frozen and I can't stop singing the song in my head. It's really difficult because there are not many sings here that are in ...

Trogir and Split

A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 14, 2014

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... it all down! Old Diocletian was famous for torturing the Christians but he got his come-uppance when in the 13th century, his grand burial mausoleum was turned into a cathedral (small but very elaborate) with little chapels dedicated to each of the saints and martyrs that he beheaded, drowned and tortured. The centrepiece of Diacletian's place was the Peristyle (Central square) where he would appear at the top of the stairs with his soldiers to address the crowd in Latin. ...