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. The city's most iconic attraction is Diocletian's Palace, which was built around the turn of the 4th century by the Roman emperor, Diocletian.
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'Easy going' is a euphemism for DIRTY in this hostel's description... and I'm someone who's stayed in 50c rooms with leaking sewerage in India, so tolerance is high... but then they only cost 50c!! Bearly enough things in the kitchen to cook with. Electric cooker doesn't work properly, no gas for the gas cooker. ... more
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