Apartments Duje

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Polijcka Cesta 7, Sumpetar, Split, Croatia
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 11% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples100
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Forum Posts

Split to Dubrovnik?

by schmechi

Which public transport would you recommend to get from Split to dubrovnik (or vice versa)? How long will this journey take and what about the price?

Or do you think that renting a car is the best way to get from Split to Dubrovnik?

Re: Split to Dubrovnik?

by lubama05

Hi,

from our friends at tripadvisor:
http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g295370-i2753-k777315-Getting_from_Split_to_Dubrovnik-Split.html
It's an answer from 2006, but the links given should still be working.

regards

Re: Split to Dubrovnik?

by hooiluangoh

I am doing the same on 25 Jan 2009.

So any tip will be very much appreciated.

Travel Tips for Split

The impressive statue of the bishop of Nin - Grgur

by codrutz


This is Grgur Ninksi - the bishop of Nin, the 10th century bishop which opposed the Pope and introduced croatian language in the religious services (until that time the services were held in latin and were not understood by the majority of the population).

The big sculpture - so much larger than life :) was made by Ivan Mestrovic in 1929 and originally stood in the center of Peristyle until 1954.

Always a nice place to take a photo of you, and his big toe - which is shiny gold from all the people touching it - the mith says it brings you good luck.

walk outside the tourist center

by travelbug102

After some museums, cafes and pizzerias, you might want to a change of pace. I went exploring in the south east par to the city - walking down past the Bacvice and Firule inlets and beaches, coming across a rocky shore and many old fishing boats.

Lots of choices here!

by acemj about Marmontova ulica (street)

On the opposite side of the Old Town (western), you'll find this long, always busy street lined with all kinds of shops and a smattering of restaurants and cafes. It runs from the Riva (waterfront) up to Trg Gaje F. Bulata where there is a mall, a theater and the Croatian National Theater.

I board the first bus off of...

by billus

I board the first bus off of the island of Rab/Arbe, and as we smartly hook up with the ferry boat. Crossing the bay at twenty knots I reflect that I should be in Split in moments. When does the connecting bus come? I inquire of our chauffeur. 'Just wait. One comes'. Three hours later a vintage coach arrives and delivers me from the hell of this provincial highway shoulder. Vexing to the tourist is the charm of the Croatian bus system. There are no comprehensive bus schedules and routes are operated by a panoply of operators, like in the US. Proper etiquette requires one to buy a passenger ticket for one's backpack, consigning one's self to the back of the queue. No ticket is required until the bus chaperone appears hovering over you. In a country famous for reinforced concrete design, virtuous socialist housing estates, triumphant sports arenas and winning basketball and soccer players, the task of giving information (Neh!) or even posting timetables would seem impossible.

Good coffee and pastries

by acemj about Bobis

I knew I would be arriving in Split very early and that the tourist office didn't open until 8:30am so I needed a place to relax and grab a coffee to start my day. Niksa (diocletianvs here on VT) who lives in Zagreb, but is from Split told me to stop at Bobis and grab a quick snack. There are a few of these places around town, but the one I tried (and the one in the picture) is on the Riva. The coffee was decent and the pastry was average.

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