Villa Marjan

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Vladimira Nazora 25, Split, 21000, Croatia
Villa Marjan
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Rated 13% higher but also costs 671% more than other 3 star hotels

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ferry line ancona to split - which one should we use?

by hgaffner

In early april we will take the ferry ancona italy to split. We are considering
2 lines to buy overnite cabins on.

Which do you recommend we use?

Jadrolinija or Blue Line

Thanks for your help

Re: ferry line ancona to split - which one should we use?

by diocletianvs

As far as I know the service and vessels are similar, so no special reason to prefer one over the other. The only "big" difference I see is that the Blue Line offers online booking. Jadrolinija, being a monopolist on most lines on the Adriatic, is in no hurry with introducing this option. (Or maybe it is somewhere well hidden in their confusing website?)

Re: ferry line ancona to split - which one should we use?

by hgaffner

Thanks diocletianvs very helpful hgaffner

Re: ferry line ancona to split - which one should we use?

by nichole_521

I took the Blue Line and it was very nice. We stayed in an overnight cabin which was great, but tiny (there are different sizes). You get a good nights sleep and before you know it you are in Italy. I found this website which helped me with regards to the ferry and schedules:

I did purchase tickets for the ferry about three days before hand at the terminal. By the looks of it there were many open cabins.

Re: ferry line ancona to split - which one should we use?


If you do not buy sleeping cabin than take Jadrolinija because restaurant is open all night and you can sleep there,also Jadrolinija ship is more comfortable

Re: ferry line ancona to split - which one should we use?

by Joolyjay

Sorry, you may have already left. If not, go for Blu Line. You can have a nice evening meal on board in the restaurant.

Travel Tips for Split

Hang Out at the Market

by BruceDunning

There are a large number of people that come down to the market and stay most of the day. They are dressed in all types of garb, and of unique cultures for each. I have found that there is a LOT of drinking, smoking and looking at women with "that" look which are usually in very high heels and red hair; a cultural pheonomina

Cetina Canyon

by canaglic

The canyon of the Cetina River stretches from the mouth near the town of Omis and 10 kilometers upstream. The canyon is one of the most remarkable geomorphological phenomena which was formed by the Cetina as a typical karst river. In its lower course the Cetina River has deeply cut into the limestone base between Mosor and Dinara above Omis, forming a canyon up to 300 meters deep. The river is surrounded by luxuriant greenery with several small but beautiful islets. At places the river flows fast, and sporadically it is completely calm, and as such is a perfect place to relax the body and soul.

Ancona to Split via ferry

by raintown4

We took an overnight ferry from Ancona to Split. Getting onto the ferry was a trip. In retrospect, it was a humorous experience but at the time we were a little frazzled. We were clueless as to how to check in and go through passport control. And then I had all these ferry workers yelling at me in Italian while maneuvering the car onto the ferry. I 'look' italian and they must have thought that I was just very stupid.

Well anyway, the simple instructions for the clueless.
1. park car in line
2. check-in at the ticket office
3. fill out passport control forms and get in line
4. arrange your baggage for easy access while waiting for the ferry to load (they pack the cars tight and it can be difficult to access the trunk).

By catamaran to Bol on Brac Island

by yumyum

Daily at 4 pm there is a catamaran that takes you to Bol on the island of Brac. The journey takes about one hour and in September 2008 it cost 22 Kuna.

On the catamaran there were toilets and a small bar with refreshments.

You can buy the ticket at the kiosk on the street near the catamaran landing. Please check the timetable on the website below as there can be seasonal changes.

Visit Diocletian palace

by Vanity666

Diocletian’s palace is one of the best preserved monuments of Roman architecture in the world. Cesar's palace was built as an appropriate interpolation of various contents of a luxury villa – a summer residence, resembling a scheme of a Roman military camp (castrum), divided into four parts by two main streets. In that design, the southern end of the palace was foreseen for the emperor, his residence and fitting national and religious ceremonials, while the northern part was for the emperor's guards – army, servants, storage space and similar.

The palace is rectangular in shape (around 215 x 180 m) with four large towers at the corners, four doors on each side and four smaller towers on the walls. The lower part of the walls is without any openings, while the upper storey is thrown open with a monumental arcade in the southern part and hallways with large arching windows on the other three sides. During the centuries, the Palace's residents, and then the residents of Split as well, adapted those spaces for their needs, such that the inside of the buildings, as well as the exterior walls with towers, were largely altered from their original appearance.


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