Grgur

Room Gregory was named after the famous Bishop Gregory of Nin who lived at the beginning of the 10th century. He was known as a major proponent of the Old Slavonic language and the Glagolitic alphabet and Glagolitic liturgy.

Visitors who find themselves in Split, can see attractions in the form of a bronze sculpture of Gregory of Nin made by Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic, and is located outside the northern gate of Diocletian’s Palace. If you touch the toe of Gregory, the desire will be fulfilled.

Gregory is a single room, located at the top of the hostel. It has a bathroom, air conditioning and TV, and breakfast is included in the price. The ideal accommodation for visitors who want a little privacy.