Villa Marjela

Jobova 5, Split, 21000, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Jobova 5, Split, is near Marjan, Archaeological Museum Split, Prokurative, and Croatian National Theater.
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    Travel Blogs from Split

    Another historic Croatian city.....

    A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 20, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the sun had appeared by this time so it was getting warm. Going inside the depths of the Palace provided some relief (although it was still muggy).

    The palace was built by the Roman Emperor Diocletian at the beginning of the fourth century, as residence for his retirement. The structure was massive and it now occupies the centre of the city of Split. The Emperor allocated half the palace for himself, and the other half for his military garrison. As ...

    Day 7 - Split & Hvar

    A travel blog entry by bailey-jh on Sep 10, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... relaxing to sit on the promenade, drink coffee, beer or wine & just watch people.

    We we took a walking tour of the walled palace, which happens to be where we are staying, listening about its history, from the 3rd century onward. We climbed the bell tower for a panoramic view of the city. The bells wake us up at 6:00 am each morning. Today we took a ...

    Diocletian's Palace - our final Croatian stop

    A travel blog entry by bellrouse on Aug 04, 2014

    33 photos

    ... Salona, the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia. Actually, he didn't build it. Thousands of slaves completed the palace in 11 years at such a fevered pitch that over 2000 died during its construction. Diocletian has a nasty legacy - he tortured and killed thousands of Christians. Interestingly, his successor, Constantine, grew up in a Christian household and made Christianity the official religion of the empire. In the 13th century, medieval Christians converted ...

    Sail Croatia

    A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jul 07, 2014


    ... casual reply "Yeah....the airline lost my bag". (Luckily it happened to him and not Steph!!!) It took them 3 days to get it to him, but even though we started sailing by that point, they still got it across to him. I must applaud his effort to get around in Havianas until then, particularly the "2 hour" mountain hike to the Fortica (old pirate fort with a great view) in Omis that he and i smashed through in 35 mins. So back in split the new awesome foursome wondered the ...

    Tuna - Sail Croatia

    A travel blog entry by clarsachkaren on Jun 07, 2014

    7 photos

    ... on board while we travelled to our next destination. Most of us quickly came to the conclusion that 5 mins before breakfast finished gave us optimum sleep time. Even though I did wake with the 8am breakfast bell and every time the boat started moving (any time between 5.30 and 8am). So that coupled with multiple late nights means I'm still recovering! After breakfast would be time to clart myself in suncream and then sit out on deck ...