Cro Paradise Hvar Hostel

Culica Dvori 31, Split, 21000, Croatia
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Forum Posts

Diocletian's night

by avnire

Hi guys, could you please tell me when will be the Dicletian's night held in Split this summer. Last year we happened to be there and we had a blast! As all togas were sold out we just used our sheets from the hostel and being a proper Roman we were entitled to join the free Roman dinner in the palace. As far as I remember it was on the 27th of July.
Is the Diocletian's day/night is always on the same day every single year? Or do you have any information when it will be this summer, I will definitely want to go back and have some more!!!

Many thanks!

Re: Diocletian's night

by loonytoon01

Hi! I couldn't find the date for 2008, although it's usually around the same dates every year. Try to e-mail tourist office in Split: as they might have an answer. At the moment not even Croatian tourist board web site has the schedule. (Quite typical for Croatia info sites).

Re: Diocletian's night

by goga1983

this years diocletian's night is on 26th july and it lasts all day and night, it will be more interesting because more people know about it and they are dressing up in roman outfits, so if u wanna come dress in roman toga, last year whoever was in roman toga could participate in all events and join diocletian himself and the entourage on massive feste in palace, rest of people not dressed stayed out on who ever want to come have some great roman fun and do what romans do. hehehe. it means party party party. hehehe

Travel Tips for Split

Try the lamb!!

by logandear

I met many friendly people while I was in Split, and one of them suggested I try the lamb. Apparently it is something of a local favorite. Well, I wasn't expecting so much, but holy bejesus, it was fantastic!!! So folks, if you see lamb on the menu, for the love of god, order it!!


by croisbeauty

In the ancient times Salonae was a very huge town, infact, it was the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia. The remnants of its old glory lies today at the outskirts of the town of Solin which is in the close surroundings of Split.

Parking in Split

by blanter

Your best bet for a free parking in Split is west of the Palace, towards Mestrovic Gallery: Branimirova Obala and Ivana Mestrovica Str. It is 10 to 20 minutes walk from the Diocletian Palace. East of the Palace (between the Palace and the highway) parking is a nightmare, you will end up with your car parked at least half an hour walking distance from the Palace, and spend another hour to find a parking place.


by diocletianvs

Split is the largest transportation hub in Croatia, and Split ferry port is the largest passenger harbour in the country.

Buses, trains, ferries, catamarans and hydrofoils all come to the same place, making it easy just to hop from one to another. This is also the place where you'll find airport buses. The maximum walking distance can be some 200 metres.

Split is the halfway of the coastal ferry route: ferries start from Rijeka stopping in Zadar and Split (this is always an overnight journey) and continuing to Hvar, Korcula and Dubrovnik (always during the day - offering magnificent views of the Dalmatian islands).

Besides coastal ferry many local ferries depart from Split to nearby islands: Supetar (on island of Brac), Rogac (Solta), Stari Grad (Hvar), Vis (Vis), Vela Luka (Korcula) and Lastovo (Lastovo).

The only international line is the one to Ancona with several overnight ferries and fast catamaran link during the summer. Sometimes coastal ferry continues from Dubrovnik to Bari in Italy as well.

The subterranean

by solopes

Very well preserved the subterranean helps to have an approximated idea of the palace's concept. It evidences the huge size of the original buildings, and shows the techniques of construction, though it's hard to understand the use of most of the rooms. A reasonably large craft commerce is installed in its entrance.


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