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Accommodation in Split - Travel Guide
Where to stay in Split
Staying in holiday apartments in Split is the perfect way to make your holiday affordable, flexible and full of the activities you want to enjoy. From holiday apartments in Split's centre to sunny studios with amazing views of the sea, HouseTrip has hundreds of holiday apartments and holiday villas in Split to choose from. Holiday cottages in Split's suburbs come complete with gardens, making these accommodations ideal for those travelling with the whole family who need space for the kids to play. Furthermore, holiday apartments in Split offer a true local's experience of this stunning city, which is home to some of the best sunsets in Europe.
When to go to Split
Split is an exhilarating city all year round, making holiday apartments in Split excellent options no matter when you go on holiday. In summer, most people who look for holiday apartments in Split want to take advantage of the Dalmatian coast's sunny beaches and great weather. Those who prefer to visit the city when there are fewer tourists should look for holiday apartments in Split in the quieter periods, when there are several festivals such as Sv. Duje in May or the Salsa Silvester Festival in December, the largest dance festival in all of Europe. What's more, you can get better deals on holiday apartments in Split when you book outside of the peak season.
Getting to and around Split
Many people who book holiday apartments in Split fly into the city's airport, which is well connected with other airports throughout Europe. If you are heading to one of our holiday apartments in Split from somewhere in Italy, consider taking a ferry to Split from Ancona. You can also easily get to Split by train from many major European train stations, the travel time and number of connections depending on your starting point. Once in Split, you can walk around the historic parts of Split, and there is also an extensive bus system to help you get around to other parts of town.
The historic city of Split on Croatia's Dalmatian coast is the country's second largest settlement and is loved by holidaymakers for its Mediterranean climate and for being a launch pad to stunning Adriatic islands. Holiday apartments in Split are proving increasingly popular with those intrigued by what one of the most up and coming cities has to offer increasing number of tourists. Whether it's the historic charm of the Palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian or the buzz of Split's lively nightlife, the city is a great spot for a long weekend break in one of our comfortable holiday apartments in Split.Experience Split like a local
The Riva harbour and waterfront areas of Split are the city's most picturesque places to stretch your legs. The most iconic historic building is the Diocletian's Palace, which dates back to 305 AD and represents the architectural roots of the city. When looking for holiday apartments in Split, think about how close you want to be to the maze of alleyways in Split's Old Town-which disguises the city's bustling nightlife by day but at night is a great place to party or just have a few drinks. Popular bars include the basic but always busy Po Bota and the cocktail-making Bifora, which occupies a hidden square close to Iza Lože street. To get your bearings and some brilliant views of the city and the sea climb to the top of Katedral Sveti Duje. From there you should be able to see the local's favourite city beach at Bacvice. After a day well spent exploring Split's history at the Archeological Museum or if you need to rest your legs after a climb up to Vidilica, a hillside terrace café offering a stunning view of the city, islands and more. And you can easily toast your achievements with a very affordable and tasty Dalmatian meal at Konoba Hvaranin, a popular restaurant said to dish up the best gregada, a local traditional fish stew.Explore the wetter side of Split
Many who book holiday apartments in Split come to take advantage of the beautiful waters along the coast. Start the day off in one of our holiday apartments in Split before taking a ferry to Hvar. From there you can take a yacht out to explore the picturesque Palenki islands. You can even get out and swim or snorkel, making this trip an excellent opportunity to see stunning natural beauty while being active. Of course, many with holiday apartments in Split also come to enjoy the beaches and soak up the sun while relaxing. No matter what brings you to Split, holiday apartments are the ideal way to get the most out of your next Croatian holiday.
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