Hotel Panorama

Address: Sibenski Most 1, Sibenik, 22 000, Croatia | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on Sibenski Most 1, Sibenik, is near Main Square, Old Castle (Stari Grad), Grgur Ninski, and St. Nicholas Church.
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      Travel Blogs from Sibenik

      Sretan Put!

      A travel blog entry by tablefortwo on Aug 29, 2013

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      ... is tired and doesn’t feel like visiting. We go to the town center for some pizza with them and their two young sons. The town center is filled with tourists and locals walking around the marina, eating outside, children running and playing in the park and vendors selling handmade goods in their shops and along stone walkways next to the water. Ivana tells me how in the next few weeks, the tourists will leave and most of the ...

      Upgrades, road signs and a great evening

      A travel blog entry by nicimarshall on Jun 17, 2013

      4 photos

      ... and in this case - breathtaking. I feel the same way about other monochromatic buildings we have seen such as the Duomo in Milan vs the multi-coloured facades which I often find just too busy. We finished our night with another great dinner at a small restaurant with a picturesque patio and then a few glasses of wine at a wine bar. Turns out Croatia makes some really delicious wine. It was a great start to the road trip and I was excited to see the national ...

      Hark, a Medieval Fair!

      A travel blog entry by theflipside on Sep 24, 2011

      16 photos

      ... br>
      Although we were kinda done with paying to go into a church to see some beautiful fill in the blank, this cathedral was very unique, as it is completely made of stone with no other materials holding the stones together and there are 71 in tact sculptures and busts around the outside top of the church. We even found some pretty funny faced ones and two that we coulda sworn were Chinese Foo dogs masked as Sibenik lions.

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      Nin come Trogir

      A travel blog entry by billnpat on Sep 13, 2010

      9 photos

      ... We were delightfully surprised to find that the town itself was as beautiful as the church, with extensive narrow cobbled alleyways, a monastery,with a bright little garden, a bustling waterfront with yachts and tour groups, a small fisherman’s harbour, and the obligatory castle.

      This evening we are at Seget Camping just short of Trogir, which is just 7 or 8 kms short of Split. We rode our bikes into Trogir late afternoon to have a quick look ...

      Two Medieval Cities

      A travel blog entry by eundel on Jul 02, 2010

      69 photos

      ... isn't entirely accurate, but I'm setting up for a theme.)

      Trogir's Cathedral of St. Lawrence had and impressive array of sculpture. Leading the way was the Romanesque doorway created in the 13th century. In addition to carvings of Bible scenes, saints, and medieval activities, it had nude (fig leaves excepting) statues of Adam and Eve that my guidebook claims are "the earliest examples of the nude in Dalmatian sculpture". (I.e. in coastal ...