Silvergate Hostel

Address: Hrvojeva 6, Split, 21 000, Croatia | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on Hrvojeva 6, Split, is near City Museum of Split, Papalic Palace (Papaliceva Palaca), Eastern (Silver) Gate, and Old City Hospital.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilvergate Hostel Split

Reviewed by madeline813

Loved it!

Reviewed Apr 21, 2013
by (4 reviews) Boone, North Carolina , United States Flag of United States

First experience in a hostel and it set the bar. The receptionists are so nice and it was a really nice place to stay. Nothing fancy but it gets the job done.

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

TripAdvisor Reviews Silvergate Hostel Split

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Split

Melting in Split

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys on Jul 14, 2013

24 photos

... of a more recent nature, such as the legend of two lovers, Miljenko and Dobrila who in the 17th century were forbidden to be together because of a long lasting family feud (sound familiar, Shakespeare fans?). In the end however, they did get married, at first secretly, and then publicly where her father killed her new husband and she dies several months later from a broken heart. Not quite the ...

Finally by the sea

A travel blog entry by kokyuho on Oct 27, 2012

... the sea. Cheap great fast food, chilling beers and chips looking at the water, and a lot of relax.

The interrail stage of my trip is over, from now on, I'm making my way improvising the cheapest/best way to the south. I was looking into hitchhiking my way to greece, but been told is complicated to hitchhike in this area of eastern europe. Well, challenge accepted!
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Sail Croatia - Day 4

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on May 08, 2012

7 photos

... we went to, like many of the others we've visited was super small. A few of us girls found a pebbly stone beach where we had a pretty grand time throwing stones in the water and then into a bucket we later found. It doesn't sound that fun, but you had to be there as we made a great game out of it.

As the afternoon rolled around, the water got a little rougher and choppier for our return to Hvar. I still had the front and while it didn't bounce as hard (or ...

R-E-S-P-E-C-T. . . . Everybooody!!!

A travel blog entry by biruvia on Jun 23, 2011

... Although the competition isn't fierce due to mostly rock beaches, Bol beach itself is a rock beach. However, the rocks are incredibly smooth and round and vary in size from about a robin's egg to a chicken's egg. They didn't hurt to walk on or lay on, and it was nice to not have to worry about getting sand on you or your stuff. The beach extends out like a peninsula that ultimately dips into the sea, so we took a spot ...