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On arrival you will be greeted by our friendly, knowledgable staff. Whether you want to know the best place to experience Dalmatian cuisine or where you can go and top up that golden beach tan, your can be sure that the Fiesta Siesta team knows how to look after your experience in Split. Located conveniently below us is the famous Charlie’s Backpacker Bar. Over the years Charlie’s bar has risen up the ranks as a must do to experience on travellers time in Split. Whether you want to meet other travellers, or mingle with locals, Charlie’s is the place! With themed nights, social nights (such as happy hour, dinner dates, live sporting events and more) it is pretty hard to leave Charlie’s without making friends for life.
We must warn you though being centrally located in the heart of Split wont give you the quiet of a Indian meditation garden. If you want a nice cold beer and to meet fellow travellers with a bit of a boogie after your day exploring Split we are the hostel for you. If you want to hit the hay at 7:00pm with a nice book, maybe try our sister hostel ‘Booze and Snooze’ located 2 minutes away in a quieter street 😉
Linen included | Free Wi-Fi | Personal Lockers | Air Conditioning | Communal Balcony | Free towels | No curfew | 24/7 hot showers | Book exchange | 24/7 Reception | Paid laundry service | Night light, shelf, electric socket and curtain on each bed | Free artisan teas | Free coffee
Directions to the Hostel
Split property 'Fiesta Siesta' is located in Diocletian palace which is a 5 min walk from bus, fairy & train terminals. Please print out our map to avoid doing happy laps. The palace is UNESCO listed therefore no signage is allowed. FROM THE MAIN BUS STATION (same location as the Ferry Port and the Train Station): Once you arrive by bus, ferry, or train walk north up the road towards the Palace (make sure the water is on your left side) until you reach the intersection at the very beginning of the promenade. Turn right (Hrvojeva Street), you will see a lot of souvenir stalls/market on the street.
Walk through the markets alongside the Palace wall until you see a big stone archway gate to your left – Silver Gate. Go though and continue past Peristil Square with St. Duje Cathedral (big bell tower) and for another 60 meters until you reach the another big archway straight ahead with a sun dial leading into a wide, open square (Narodni Trg – also known as the Pjaca).
Here you turn right and follow the street up Bosanska street. After 50m you will pass Nona's pizzeria and then a few doors up is KEKO bakery where you turn left on to Kruziceva Street.