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Hostel Croparadise, Split

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Backpackers used to be a basic bunch but many of the latest breed are quite technology dependent so appreciate value added extras like free internet access – via two flat screen computers as well as your laptop – and a big screen TV in each dorm. That’s augmented with a DVD collection containing over 1000 titles – not that there is any reason you may want to stay indoors in Split, and this hostel is really close to the ocean.

If you want a bit more privacy, ensuite rooms for one, two, three or four are about five minutes walk from the main hostel or there’s rooms in a more traditional building if you’re travelling to get away from your technology.

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