Hostel Antonio

Zadarska 7, Split, 21000, Croatia

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    at the heart of the old town

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    Nice lady owner who stayed up until midnight to greet us. Simple, small rooms, with shared bathroom. Biggest problem was the noise from the street, and the lack of a second blanket (it was winter time).

    Directions: Old Town

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Forum Posts

What to do in Split

by LifeasJulie

2 x females spending 4 days in Split - any ideas on how best to spend our time?

Re: What to do in Split

by Maurizioago

I'd recommend a daytrip to Trogir. It's a beautiful ancient town just an hour from Split by bus.

Re: What to do in Split

by dino335

The main attraction is Diocletian's Palace. The best time to see this is as early as possible in the Morning. After the decline of Rome the people took over this place and made smaller dwellings out of it, turned it into a town. You can still see in spots how grand this palace was. But during the day the shops inside are open, and many with their placards and display in front, takes away from the experience. But if you like shopping they have lots of little boutiques for women's clothes and Italian Shoes. THere is also a big open air markete just outside the palace walls.

Trogir is as great day trip. Another day trip is rafting trips through a beautiful gorge on the Cetina River near Omis. Another day trip would be to Islands of Hvar or Brac. The beach best beach in Split is Uvala Bacvica

If you are going in the next 4 weeks or so, The Split Summer Festival is going on and they have open air rock concerts.

The nightlife won't be as lively as in Hvar Town, but are enough bars and discos to entertain you. (Discovery and Metropolis are two clubs)

Travel Tips for Split

Diocletian's Palace

by codrutz


The roman emperor Diocletian built his palace in the bay of Aspalathos, at the end of the 3rd century a.d. The bay is located on the south side of a short peninsula running out from the Dalmatian coast into the Adriatic Sea, 4 miles from the former capital of the roman province of Dalmatia - Salona.
The palace is today the heart of the city Split, and it is one of the most famous and integral architectural and cultural construct on the croatian Adriatic coast.

Hajduk Split - The local pride

by tpk2

Hajduk Split is the the number one team in the town and that's easy to observe. Team's logos are omnipresent on the streets of Split and the spectators are heard singing on the match days.

The name Hajduk originates from bandits that fought the Ottoman Turks. The club was founded in 1911, when Croatia was part of Austro-Hungarian Empire. The team was supported by pro-Croat movement and it's logo still features the Croat coat-of-arms.

Hajduk has a glorious past both in Yugoslavian and Croatian cup and league competitions. It's latest successes are the Croatian Championship of the seasons 2004/05 & 2003/04 and Croatian Supercup in 2005.

The home ground of the team is the 35,000 seat Poljud Stadium, built in 1979.

One day we did a break in...

by madla

One day we did a break in water activities and we did a trip to mountain St. Ilja just behind our hotel. Its peak seemed near but after two hours we gave up. Anyway there was a beautiful view up there.

Local Buses

by antistar

You don't need buses to visit Split, but if you want to get to the airport, or visit Trogir or the Roman ruins at Salona, then you'll need to figure them out. Basically bus 37 takes you to the airport, and carries on to Trogir, and bus 1 will take you to Salona.

The station is quite central, about 800m north of the palace. Some maps seem to put it down near the train station, but that doesn't seem to be the truth. The actual bus station is on Domovinskog Rata. If you walk from the Riva Promenade towards the station, cross the bridge over the tracks, and then take a left up the huge Zagrebacka road, you'll get there eventually.

City Centre: Local

by antistar about Buffet Fife

An extremely popular restaurant, with both locals and tourists. It has very friendly service, tasty local food, and a fast turnover. Don't be surprised to get put on a table with strangers: it's the only way to keep business brisk. If you don't want that, don't go there when it is busy. Although that might be all day in the summer peak season.

There's nothing here for vegetarians, although I managed to cobble something together from the starters. The waiter just took it in his stride.

The food was good, not amazing, but good value for the location. The flies outside were annoying, as were the smokers we had to share a table with. If you want to avoid smoke, sit inside, although you'll still get the flies.

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