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Gospinica 30, Split, 21000, Croatia
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two days in split

by ferruhpsy

Hi
We'll spend 10th to 12th of july in Split with a friend.
Any suggestions for accomodation, food, fun?
Does anyone know Tomaya Hostel?

Re: two days in split

by Lady_Godiva

Sorry, I don't know Tomaya Hostel. My friend and I just went to the tourist centre on Riva (street running alongside Old Town) and got a great apartment only 2 minutes walk to the Old Town which cost £20 a night each.

For great views of Split from the best placed open-air bar, climb the steps towards Marjan National Park. Also, just take the time to lose yourself in the old town. Sit on the steps of the People's Square in the evening and listen to the jazz band playing for free.

There's also a good set of bars slightly away from the old town. If you head past the railway/bus station there's a bay around the corner which has about 6 bars/clubs all in a row facing the water.

Travel Tips for Split

Phoning home

by biggeorge

Instead of buying the pricey phone cards ,just go to the post office ( next to the bus/train station) and use the phones there ,you simply pay at the desk when you've done and its about twice as cheap.

Klis Castle Fortress

by BruceDunning

The fortress dates yack to the Illyrian DAlmatae tribe that used the hill for defense back in BC times. It was one of the most important strongholds from 2nd century BC through to 1800's. The fort is three tiers, one higher than the other so if intruders got through one segment, narrow passages and slits in the wall could defend the next level. The Romans used it for centuries to deter the frontier of the mountain range that separated the Romans form Ostrogoths and many other invaders. The fort became the ruling seat for many Croat kings, and they fought many battles form here. There were also a number of sieges, to no avail to takeover the fort. The Turks tried to take over the territory in 1500's, but the fort kept them at bay for a couple hundred years, but they finally took over. The Venetians did get control in 1648 from the Turks, and modified the fort for more modern defenses. The Austrians did the same thing when they got control in 1800's. They even modernized much of the inside for the residents. The fort was used in WWII due to its strategic location covering the huge valley below and the mountains above.
Entry is $2 and the tour is really worth the trip. Open daily 9-5 and located about 9 miles north of Split, and 3 miles north of Solin.

Getting to and from Split and Trogir

by Venturingnow

This is just a note of caution in case you decide to take the bus from Split to Trogir and back again. The bus to Trogir leaves from the bus station near the ferry dock and the train station. On the way back to Split, the bus stops at a station south of the city center of Split. It doesn't go to the main bus station. Just know that you are south of the city, and if you continue north, you will run into the Gregorious of Nin statue in about a mile.

WHATEVER YOU WANT

by DPando about ICE CREAM

I dont remember the first restaurant where we went..but was really good and loney planet guide suggested it ..it was closer to the great church but, alas , i dont know exactly
Everywhere you go im sure you will like it from an ice cream to a menu

National theatre Split

by ivanab

This is for me a special building...it's a bit similar to National theatre in Zagreb...They give very good preformances including the ones during the Split summer festial held in the Diocletian's palace and on the squares and streets of Split.

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