Solaris Hotel Ivan
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Photos of Solaris Hotel Ivan
TripAdvisor Reviews Solaris Hotel Ivan Sibenik
Travel Blogs from Sibenik
... the main waterfall. It was tourist central. So so busy and that was kind of annoying. The waterfall made up for it, though. We swam in the pool beneath it with a million other people. The current was so fast it was kind of scary. You needed to have your wits about you. The day went by so quickly and we lined up to get back to the main base. It doesn't seem like ...
... get some co-emperors in place and instead of trying to defend their territory from Rome (Empire, I should say), he split it into four regions and gave each of his co-emperors a quarter and then set up offices for them on the borders of the Empire...smart chap, eh? One of these administrative offices was in Trier and if you have been following the blogs, you will know all about Trier!
... and some enjoying a late breakfast on deck. The old town was quite typical for this area of Croatia and Sibenik is the oldest city in the Adriatic. Climbing the first of many stone stairways I came to St.James Cathedral, decided not to go in as there was a large tour group about to enter so I took myself further up into the old part meandering the alleys, climbing more stairs, passing some interesting window and doorways. I saw a sign for a ...
... then realized we had no idea how to get to split Croatia ..... After getting into it a bit with our boat mates (sorry guys) Alex, Ali and I were directed to a mystery woman that got us a cab. We then finally made it to our hostel situated in the Bronx of Croatia and passed out after feeding our poor tummies. No one understands an experience like yacht unless they go on yacht week. I highly suggest it to anyone that is low maintenance, loves to meet new people, and enjoys partying/ ...
... all in white stone sourced from the neighboring island of Brac. The ruins are all open air and of no cost to enjoy! There is a very strong coffee and bar culture, hitch apparently was here well. Enforce it became a tourist, cruise boat, and sailing destination (I would like to say that despite that the lonely planet says it it very touristy!). The inner city of filled with squares, boutique shops, cafes, restaurants, bars and small narrow alley ways to ...