Hotel Dujam

Address: Velebitska 27, Split, 21000 , Croatia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Velebitska 27, Split, is near Archaeological Museum Split, City Museum of Split, Papalic Palace (Papaliceva Palaca), and Croatian National Theater.
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    Travel Blogs from Split

    Fantastic Run and Exploring

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Nov 13, 2014

    5 photos

    ... am attendant. I saw a car drive up and the gates went up and he drove in. It seemed odd to have gates into a park but take no money. At the point of the park there is a big building and there were lots of cars parked - an office building in this beautiful place. Close by I saw a military training zone all fenced off. There seems to be a lot going on in this 'park'. I rounded the point and continued my run while staying to the roadway which was lined with huge ...

    Topdeck Sailing Split to Dubrovnik

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Sep 05, 2014

    37 photos

    ... waters that we had been longing for. Once in port our Captain "Edo" took us for a walking tour where we saw the sights and were told of the importance of the town historically. Once back on the boat we enjoyed a traditional Croatian barbeque dinner and of course a few ore frothy, at this time Buffalo was also instituted for the entirety of the trip. (If you don't know it google it under drinking rules).

    During dinner tour leader Nic cautioned us that a night in Stari Grad ...

    Vwl dfcincy

    A travel blog entry by cemewa on Jan 07, 2014

    2 comments, 37 photos

    ... Croatia. What was startling about the town and area was the empty buildings. Before the war in the 1990s the town and region had about 25,000 people with about 10,000 Serbs. Now there is about 15,000 people and about 900 Serbs. Another reminder that Europe is not just old buildings, churches and grand history, but also violent ethnic animosities.   Next day was a public holiday to celebrate the three kings. (Editor: Epiphany) We stopped ...


    A travel blog entry by jefe on Sep 22, 2013

    5 photos

    Split is a fascinating town built around the remnants of Roman emperor Diocletian's retirement palace. He was from that area and built the palace when he decided to retire from governing in around 200 AD. He is the only Roman emperor known to have retired. He only got to enjoy it about 10 years and after he died, it housed local despots for a while and then they lost power and it fell into ruin. When a nearby town was attacked in like 700 or so (I ...

    I'm on a Boat!

    A travel blog entry by cortrhys.ward on Aug 01, 2013

    563 photos

    ... the white flag. In saying that, it was extremely sad that the week was over, as we had all become a really close group and I have made some really good friends, who I'll no doubt see later on in my travels or when I get home. So after the big job of packing up my bag (which was sprawled out all over the floor all week, and getting it off the boat, most of us headed for one final breakfast together. This was a great way to end the week and day goodbye to everyone. Then I headed ...