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I.G. Kovacica 9, Baska, 21320, Croatia | Inn
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This inn, located on I.G. Kovacica 9, Baska, is near Trakoscan Castle (Dvor Trakoscan), Ancient City Walls, Sveti Klement, and Ancient Well.
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Travel Blogs from Baska

The Rest of the C and C

A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jun 30, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... We had our communal breakfast in the apartment and decided to visit the nearby island of Lokrum. It is 600 meters from the Old Town docks and we rode over with about 100 other tourists in a fair size boat. The island has a mini "Dead Sea," gardens and paths circumnavigating the island. We walked through a botanical garden, then up,to the Fort, a ruin and then the rest of the way around the western end if the island. We swam just east of the ferry dock from a the rocks. It was ...

Last hike

A travel blog entry by susansantiago on May 16, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

Last hike in Croatia It is a nostalgic day as we start out on our last hike. The two weeks have flown by. Made some fine new friends who I want to stay in touch with. The chats along the trail today were confirming that. We walked right from the hotel up into the mountain to the tree line. It was a steep ascent that took us to an old village called Tapeci. It is ruin and inhabited, typical Dalmatian architecture which shows arches and ...

Le parapluie de Dioclétien / Diocletian's umbrella

A travel blog entry by terredeshommes on Apr 26, 2014

2 comments, 53 photos

... empires passed by and left their mark on the city. The result is a surprising mixture of eras and states of conservation, but more than that it's very much alive: it isn't an open air museum, it's a little special corner of the city where inhabitants live regular lifes. In some ways despite the modifications and rebuilds that way of life protected what was there, and today it's one of the finest examples of late Empire architecture.

I discovered ...


A travel blog entry by travelinglisa on Sep 19, 2013

3 comments, 25 photos

... of death on all the gravestones was 1993-all due to the war. So sad. Most of the buildings in the town have been restored, but there were still several that are just bombed out shells. On the way back we stopped for a short time at Medjugorge. In the 1980’s six children claim they saw the Virgin Mary on a nearby hill. Because of that, this little town has become a major sight on the religious tourism circuit. (Did you even know there was such a thing as a ...


A travel blog entry by cannesorbust on Aug 04, 2013

4 photos

... Jump Zadar and you'll get the idea. Then I went to Split. Split was very relaxed. Much different than Zadar as I was able to meet people easier and that's due to having accommodation which is conducive to meeting others. I spent the first day on my own and saw the sights, old town, the market, and Diocletian's palace. The basement palace was the highlight of the day. Huge underground Roman palace. Used my ...