Apartmani Zekan

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Mrcelina 7, Split, Croatia
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Costs about the same, but rated 11% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Getting to Venice

by nrobinson

Am flying into split on 23rd july. We wanted to spend a few nights in Split and surrounding islands then get to venice a week later. How can we get to Venice? Can we get a ferry from Split or what is the best way of traveling to venice?
Many thanks

Re: Getting to Venice

by K_V_B

There are no daytime trains anymore across the Slovenian - Italian border (thanks to Trenitalia). But there is still a night train from Zagreb.

So you could take the afternoon train from Split to Zagreb and take a night train from there. Or take the morning train and spend a few hours walking around Zagreb. (Zagreb is quite worth spending a day in). I just travelled on the Split - Zagreb train, and it was quite an experience. The route is very scenic. Get first class tickets, so you can sit behind the driver. :-)
The railway station in Split will be able to sell you your tickets.

Re: Getting to Venice

by JanesWorld

Ferry Split to Rijeka, bus to Trieste, bus/train to Venice

Ferry Zadar to Pula, bus to Trieste...

Spent a day or two less in Split area, get the bus up to Istria and bus/ferry to Venice.

Travel Tips for Split

Get on a boat and pick your...

by edgarvnl

Get on a boat and pick your island for the day. From Hvar, there are a countless number of islands, big and small, to which you can hop. Some of these have some kind of amenity, such as a cafe or small store, but most are just semi-secluded beach islands where you can while the day away in brilliant sun. Swimming off the rocks at Sveda Ndlja. This remote corner of Hvar features a 50 meter promontory on which a lone Cypress stands. Imposing cliffs descend into a deep crystal clear lagoon. From the surface of the bluish water you can see all the way to the rocky bottom -- about 50 meters in all. Freaky. In a good way. Another memory, definitely NOT my fondest, but certainly among my most memorable, was flying into Split airport and seeing all of the fire control planes reloading water from the Adriatic for another pass at the brush fires on the islands. This happens sometimes during dry years. Quite tragic, as the vegetation on the hills adds a lot of character to the rocky scenery.

GORAN IVANISEVIC

by canaglic

Goran Ivanisevic - Wimbledon Champion
2001. Ivanisevic and those fans, plus scores of thousands more besides, were dancing again when another title came home to Split. The whole country, it seemed, came to a standstill and 150,000 were on the streets to greet him and to party with him. Goran Ivanisevic, Wimbledon champion, was home. 'Thank you for believing in me,' Goran told the multitude. 'I will remember these two days for the rest of my life. We are only 300,000 in Split but we are the biggest in the world. Brazil? Not even Brazil can make something like this.'

Flowers

by Venturingnow about Split Market

Split has a very decent sized shopping market outside of the western walls of Diocletian's Palace. One very beautiful part of the market is the flower stalls. Here, you can find every type of flower available in Croatia, and there are lovely ladies ready to sell them to you. Maybe a bouquet of flowers for whom you are a guest of?? Only a few dollars for a nice bouquet.

Ferries between Italy and Split

by midnight_mike

Ferries travel between Split and Ancona in Italy. Two companies, Jadrolinija and Croatia Jet, offer services between the two cities. Ferries that leave during the day take four-and-a-half hours, while the night ferries will take eight hours. These boats also transport vehicles.

Before planning a trip to Split, make sure there are ferry connections. Travel options drop off dramatically after October and do not pick up again until May.

Adria

by grkboiler about Adria

Adria is on the Riva. I am not sure why we stopped here, because other restaurants in Split served much better food in a better setting with better service. I had the meat plate which was greasy and fatty.

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