Whether it's Split's sun-kissed spot on the Adriatic Sea, or the UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town, it's not hard to see why Split is one of Croatia's most popular tourist attractions.
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The location is fine. But there are lots of resturants nearby, noises lasts until midnight. Also, we are afraid the security of our property. It seems that it is quite easy to break into the house. There is strong smell of smoking . Room is not very large. ... more
Lockers are very small and won't fit most of the travelling backpacks, suitcase, etc. Just for your small valuables. Rooms had no lock at all and anybody could enter any room in the hostel. Bunks had no stairs and you have to literally climb to the upper ones. Wi-fi didn't work at all. Location was perfect, facilities were clean and service was ok. ... more
Split to Budva
Advice please on weather to be expected, roads encountered, cheap clean hotels en route driving from Split to Budva in Montenegro last week of October. Thanks! ...
Munich to Split
Hi guys - a friend and I are going to Oktoberfest then are planning on a beach break in Croatia, most likely Split. But are getting VERY confused about the best way to get from Munich to Split! Does ...
Split or Dubrovnik
Spending 21 days traveling Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Vienna, and Prague. Question is should I just stay with visiting Split or head all the way down to Dubrovnik? Also is Plitvice Lakes worth making a day trip to in the summer? ...
Train. The train ride from Zagreb to Split took 5 and a bit hours but there was plenty to see. The countryside of Croatia is stunning. Who would have thought there was a war here only 14 or so years ago? Split. Great little coastal town. Reminded me a bit of Cannes in France but with a slightly more ...
Posted in Europe 2009 by samandvic