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Located in the heart of the old medieval town of Split, the Slavija Hotel is a few steps from the former Diocletian Emperor's Palace. Both Holiday Hotel Slavija Split and the Diocletian Emperor's Palace are listed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list and are protected as International monuments of culture. The history of this Croatian Split 3-star hotel can be traced as far back as the 16th and early 17th centuries. Today it is still possible to see traces of the hotel's past, such as the Renaissance staircase inside the property. Historic features and modern amenities blend together; guests can enjoy free WiFi in the hotel's common areas. This Croatian 3 star hotel, housed in a 17th century building is a valuable example of renaissance architecture. The complex is the right choice for business and leisure travelers alike. The hotel is situated within walking distance of the main popular tourist attractions, the bus terminal, the railway station and the ferry terminal. Walking through the winding streets of what was the old Roman Diocletian Palace, it is very interesting to see the locals mingle with tourists in this historical area. Just a couple of blocks from the Riva waterfront promenade you will feel like you are stepping into a picture perfect postcard when you stay in the Hotel Slavija Split in Crotia. Living piece of history! Split is 17 hundred years old city and situated on the Adriatic coast. The diversity of Split is its greatest advantage. No matter how old or what are your interests you will not be bored in this city. One of the sites loved by young and old is the Diocletian Roman Palace, situated just a stone's throw away from Split's Slavija Hotel. Built by Roman emperor Diocletian in 300 A.D. Within the walls of the ancient Palace there are many shops and restaurants and plenty of things to interest people who are curious about Croatian Culture. There is a museum in the basement of the Palace with lots of interesting paintings. But the highlight of a visit is definitely the structure of the Palace itself. Island hopping! One of the most popular things to do while on holiday in Split or in Croatia for that matter is visit one of its many islands. The island of Brac in particular is a popular destination with tourists. Situated in the Adriatic sea and just off the coast from Split. The island of Brac is the largest island in Dalmatia and the third largest in the Adriatic Sea. It can also boast as having the highest point in the Adriatic Sea , with its mountain Vidova Gora standing 778 meters high. Just a short 45 minute boat ride from Split harbor the island welcomes visitors with open arms. The sandy tongue or golden rat beach is a little slice of heaven in the Adriatic and is the perfect place to kick back and relax during your trip. There are plenty of sandy coves and inlets to go snorkeling. The island also has many shops and restaurants scattered along its shore line that are ideal for sampling some of the fresh sea food that the island is famously known for.