Address: OBROV 10, Split, 21000, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on OBROV 10, Split, is near Marjan, Eastern (Silver) Gate, Prokurative, and Croatian National Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Split

Trogir and Split

A travel blog entry by tiki888 on Oct 27, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... show him carrying a BBQ grill. What The HECK?? Another one of the saints was always drunk and he was killed by drowning so now his statues show him wearing a rock around his neck. WHAT THE HECK???

We then went to Split and saw the palace. The one bit I remember most is the vomitariums which were next to the ...

We are sailing......

A travel blog entry by debz2653 on Sep 27, 2014

10 photos

... blue Adriatic Sea. It wasn't quite wam enough for me just yet as a cool breeze was blowing. The coast line was very rocky with small bays scattered along it. It was very pretty in an austere way.  The boat has wifi but it's not too strong so I'm not sure if I'll be able to update my blogs very much during the trip.  After we arrived at Split we had a guided walking tour of the Roman Diocletian Palace which was so interesting because the guide made it seem ...

Sights of Split

A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Jul 27, 2014

57 photos

... a long time in the beginning (up until the 5th century) what is now known as Croatia was ruled by the Roman Empire and the country itself was split into the Dalmatian Coast & Pannonia, the northern part of Croatia. After the implode of the Empire, the Croats and Slavic’s were finding their existence between Croatia and Ukraine and forming powerful tribes that were migrating and warring together. Once the Croat tribes settled on the Dalmatian ...

July 11th

A travel blog entry by kristenmh on Jul 11, 2014

... check in ...

The Wisdom of a Waiter

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on Jun 03, 2014

11 photos

... the Ottoman Turk occupation. The Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque was still attracting worshippers deep into the evening, whilst a steady stream of tourists strolled through its front courtyard. A profusion of small shops were selling goods more associated with the Orient, such as carpets, Ali Baba-type shoes, fezzes and copper goods. A Sarajevo speciality was the vast number of highly decorated artillery shells; leftovers from the war turned into quaint tourist souvenirs. I ...