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As an intraregional transport hub, a Split holiday allows travellers convenient access to explore Croatia’s historical significance, remarkable architecture, and the glorious archipelago of the Adriatic Sea. Visitors flock to this UNESCO World Heritage Site to walk down the cobblestone streets of the city centre to explore the remarkably well preserved ruins of Diocletian’s Palace, The Grgur Ninski Statue, and numerous others. Exploring the city’s rich culture by day while enjoying the vibrant club scene by night, is feasible for budget travellers due to the accessibility of public transportation and affordable Split hostels, such as these.

The Tchaikovsky Hostel

Located just minutes from the palace and the exuberant City Theatre, this friendly, newly renovated boutique hostel offers more than cheap accommodations: The mixture of bedrooms and dorm-style lodgings make it ideal for large groups or student travel. This hostel also boasts a convenient travel desk and offers airport pickup. An outstanding base for exploring the city, guests will enjoy proximal access to restaurants, shopping, and bustling nightlife.

Exclusive Centre

Enjoy private apartments situated in the heart of Old Diocletian’s town and Split’s Historic quarter. These generous quarters are ideal for adventuresome couples and backpackers travelling light who need a few nights of full appointments. Surrounded by historical landmarks including the Croatian Nation Theatre, the Natural History Museum, and Diocletian’s Palace, these quarters are a short walk from the lovely beaches in Split and the local fish and vegetable market’s tasty, but cheap, food.

Old Town Hostel

Fun and friendly operators create a haven for those seeking a no-curfew, partying atmosphere, and the property is by far the most popular youth hostel in Split. Complementing comfortable living spaces is a state-of-the-art entertainment centre and game room for chilling out. While its location in the Old Town makes it great for sightseeing, the hippest nightclubs, cafes, and spectacular beach bars at Bacvice are minutes away.

Villa Stone Flower

These authentic stone Dalmatian homes offer the comfort one expects from a premium guesthouse with minimal expense. Three private quarters boast fine amenities and ultimate privacy. Villa Stone Flower’s central location is close to the most striking parts of the Old Town and the sights of Peristil and Prokurative at the Palace of Diocletian, and the amazing structures along Pjaca Square. Riva Harbor is a short walk away and is the premier launching area for island hopping among Croatia’s coastal region.

Garden’s Apartments and Rooms

Discover this oasis within the heart of Split, where an accommodating staff ensures a pleasant stay within private apartments or exquisitely restored stone cottages. Budget travellers delight in the hostel’s proximity to multiple transportation terminals, the beaches in Split, as well as the glorious historic district. Nearby, walk the winding streets of Veli Varos, an antiquated city along Marjan Hill established by 16th Century by artisans, farmers, and fishermen who were refuges from Turkish invaders.

Indulging in the beauties of Split during a Croatian holiday should not be missed, and thanks to these hostels in Split, and other cheap accommodations within the city, even the most frugal travellers will find an ideal place to fit their budget.