Split Breaks-2020

SPLIT HOTEL DEALS

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Radisson Blu Resort & Spa

Most popular facilities

2 swimming pools
Free WiFi
Beachfront
Pet friendly
Family rooms
Bar

Marvie Hotel & Health

Most popular facilities

2 swimming pools
Parking
Free WiFi
Beachfront
Pet friendly
Bar

Hotel Pax

Most popular facilities

Free WiFi
Family rooms
Airport shuttle
Non-smoking rooms
Free parking
Fitness center
Bar

Dioklecijan Hotel & Residence

Most popular facilities

1 swimming pool
Parking
Free WiFi
Pet friendly
Family rooms
Spa
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
Bar

Galeria Valeria Seaside Downtown

Most popular facilities

Parking
Free WiFi
Airport shuttle
Non-smoking rooms
Terrace
Room service
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms

Hotel Park Split

Most popular facilities

1 swimming pool
Free WiFi
Pet friendly
Family rooms
Spa
Bar

SPLIT BREAKS

Split, the largest and the most frequented city in Southern Croatia, lies on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea. The city sits on a peninsula between the Split Channel and the Kastela gulf.

Split City of Croatia is often associated with historical palace of Dioclesian, which is said to be a former Greek colony. This piece of history and culture alone is an enticing attraction to both local tourists and foreign travelers. Not to mention, that from this small city sprung forth the likes of tennis legends Goran Ivanisevic and Super Mario.

To visit Split, there are trains that travel to and from the neighbouring city of Zagreb. Split is actually the last integrate point of the Croatian Railway Network in the South. There are also commercial buses from various Croatian cities that travels to and from the city in most hours during the day.

By sea, there are ferry boats across the Adriatic Sea that travels to and from some coastal areas in Italy. The city’s passenger seaport is one of the biggest on the east coast of the Adriatic sea. Some islands in Dalmatia, however, can only be reached via the city’s harbour with Jadrolinija ferries.

By air, there are daily flights to and from major European cities. Split Airport, the second most important sight in the city, is located on the border between Split and Croatia.

It is relatively easy to get around Split since most tourist spots are of walking distance. Most museums, commercial centers and other tourist spots are located near or around the Dioclesian Palace. But if one prefers to see the outskirts, there are regular buses that travel to and from the suburbs.

Since the city is located on the coast, it is also an ideal place for water sports like parasailing and windsurfing. Naturally, it follows that Split has a nice beach life so sunbathing must also be a hit too.

There are a variety of shopping malls and commercial arcades to tickle your fancy too. Split, just like most places in Europe, breathes sophistication, class and elegance. Thus, this has been making shopping a top choice of leisure. In fact, the little market just outside Dioclesian palace is a place for affordable local crafts and shoes as well.

To balance it up, Split offers more to those who loves the outdoors too. Next to the Dioclesian palace mausoleum, stands the Campanile bell tower which has been a favorite climbing and rappelling site in the recent years. For only half a Euro, one can readily bask on the magnificence of the Dioclesian square on top view from the tower.

Another pride of the city is the string of old family run food establishments, night bars and cozy coffee shops. In true Croatian fashion, Split dining range from the classy and sophisticated to rustic and quaint.

Influenced greatly by Italian culture, top on a typical split cuisine are Cevapi grilled rolls, Risotto with black calamari, Salami and Dalmatian ham. It is nice to note that most restaurants in Split offer food with organic ingredients. On the other hand, most coffee shops are situated outdoors, and by the seaside for that matter.

There are also a series of hotels, hostels and inns in the city that provide comfortable shelter to weary travelers.

During daytime, it is best to go around Split by way of boat trips. In Dalamtia and Croatia, split is the main hub for local water boats. As mentioned earlier, one can opt to go windsurfing and parasailing too.

For travelers who are up for a deeper communion in Split, there are several historical and cultural tourist attractions to go to. For one, Split is known to house two of most important archeological museums in the world. One museum clearly displays mementos from the early medieval times while the other dedicates itself to antiquity. On summer, the Split Music Festival is celebrated in time with Splitsko lketo theater festival.

For sports fanatics, tennis, football and basketball are the top sports in the City. As mentioned earlier, tennis champ Goran Ivanisevic is a resident of the city, and so is Super Mario or Mario Ancic in real life. KK Split, the three-time basketball champion of the Euroleague is a Split native too. And yes, because of the city’s favorable location, the local Gusar rowing team has won various medals in many international meets. The world famous sport events, Medditerranean Games and European Athletic Championships were held in the city in 1979 and 1990 respectively.

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