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Hotel B&B Villa Kastel 1700 Star Rating 3        
Mihovilova Sirina 5

This unassuming hotel with an annex is a 3-minute walk from the Diocletian's Palace and a 7-minute walk from the Croatian National Theatre in Split.The subdued rooms feature minibars, cable TV and safes, along with free Wi-Fi. Most provide views of the sea, Rivu and the islands.
Hotel Royal Split Star Rating 4        
Kralja Zvonimira 12

This straightforward hotel is a 7-minute walk from Diocletian's Palace and 9 minutes' walk from the Gallery of Fine Arts.Streamlined, wood-floored rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Some rooms also have furnished balconies.
Design Hostel Goli & Bosi Star Rating 3        
Morpurgova Poljana 2

This relaxed hostel in a 19th-century former warehouse is a 3-minute walk from the Diocletian's Palace and a 4-minute walk from the Gallery of Fine Arts.The budget-chic 4 to 8-bedded dorms feature en suite bathrooms, complimentary Wi-Fi and curtained beds, plus lockers. The rooms add balconies, scenic views, and breakfast in the seated square outside the hotel.
Villa Varos Star Rating 3        
Miljenka Smoje 1

This low-key guesthouse with a rustic stone facade is a 6-minute walk from the Croatian National Theatre in Split, an 8-minute walk from the Roman-era Diocletian's Palace and 1 km from the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments.The no-frills rooms feature flat-screen TVs and desks. Apartments add kitchens, living/dining rooms and terraces.
Hotel President Split Star Rating 4        
Starceviceva 1

This elegant hotel is a 9-minute walk from the ancient Roman Diocletian's Palace and 10 minutes on foot from the Cathedral of Saint Domnius.The refined rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars and whirlpool tubs, as well as balconies. Lavish suites add 4-poster beds and separate living rooms.
Hostel Split Backpackers Star Rating 2        
Kralja Zvonimira 17

This bright, casual hostel is a 6-minute walk from the ancient Diocletian's Palace, a 7-minute walk from the Temple of Jupiter and an 8-minute walk from the Gallery of Fine Arts.Featuring parquet floors and bunk beds, the laid-back dorms sleep 2 to 8 people and have free Wi-Fi, individual reading lamps, lockers and shared facilities. Private rooms come with TVs, towels and en suite bathrooms, plus a separate entrance or garden views.
Bluesun Hotel Marina Split Star Rating 3        

Surrounded by coastal pine forest, this informal hotel sits across a promenade from Punta Rata Beach. It's 16 km from Nature Park Biokovo.Airy rooms with tile floors feature complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs.
Hotel Slavija Split Star Rating 3        
Buvinina 2

Set within the walls of Diocletian's palace, this stately hotel is a minute's walk from the harborfront and 8 minutes' walk from the railway station.Relaxed rooms with contemporary decor offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Some rooms feature exposed brick walls.
Tchaikovsky Hostel Star Rating 3        
Ulica Petra Ilica Cajkovskog 4

Set on a pedestrian street, this straightforward hostel is a 6-minute walk from the Galerija umjetnina art museum, an 8-minute walk from the Roman-era Dioklecijanova palača and a 14-minute walk from Split train station.Straightforward mixed-sex dorms come with free bedding and lockers, as well as bunk beds with curtains and reading lights. One of the dorms features a communal balcony.
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Put Trstenika

Set on a pebbled beach, this upscale, modern hotel is 2.8 km from Diocletian's Palace and 6.3 km from the Ivan Meštrović Gallery.
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The city of Split is located in the south of Croatia on the Adriatic Sea, and it is an important port and naval base. It is the largest city in the region of Dalmatia and one of the most important on the Adriatic. In 1979, the old town of Split (including the Palace of Diocletian) was declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Among the city's main attractions is the imposing statue of Gregory of Nin. There is a legend about this which says that touching the statue's big toe means that your wishes will be granted, or it will bring good luck.

We also recommend visiting the Palace of Diocletian. This splendid palace is walled and it has three gates made of different materials: gold, iron and bronze. For those who love the outdoors is Mount Marjan. Here there are lovely pine woods, an interesting zoo, picnic areas and you can try different activities like trekking, cycling, climbing and others. Get to know this lovely city, which has much to offer: museums, important historical and architectural monuments, a lively nightlife, excellent cuisine and an endless number of opportunities, visit Split!