We know how difficult it is to travel to Split in Croatia and maintain a budget that too when either you are broke or working for a boss that does not PAY YOU ENOUGH! But do not lose hope! We have got you covered.

As Split is the main region when it comes to transport, it receives travellers from all over the world. And if you know the right place to find the right thing at the right time, then you will be surprised to see that it has lot of cheap stays for the backpackers and broke students.

Where some places are fun and big budget hostels, others offer just a regular dorm with few basic things with no-frill experience. So apart from helping you with finding the cheapest flights by comparing it at Smartflyer, here is a guide to help you narrow down the best staying hostels and places under your budget:

Hostel Split

Whether you are traveling with a group or solo, this place is one of the popular hotspots for budget savvy travelers. Operating since 2005, the hostel was known by a different name called ‘Pletkovic Hostel’, which was later changed to current name that was a lot simpler than the former one. The hostel is clean, friendly and cheap and offers six-person mixed dorms, double and twins, and private ensuites depending on your budget. 

Where: 1 Poljana kneza Trpimira, Split, Splitsko-dalmatinska županija, 21000, Croatia.

Split Hostel Booze & Snooze

A hostel that live up to its name (quite literally), Split Hostel is famous for its boozing scene. Preferred by all the young folks who are looking to party, this place doesn’t disappoint any of them. The hostel doesn`t have any curfew plus they also organize nightly bar crawls around the city. The hostel is located in Diocletian`s Palace at a crawling distance from all the top attractions in Split. The hostel is perfect for shoe-string budget travellers.

Where: 8 Narodni trg, Split, Splitsko-dalmatinska županija, 21000, Croatia.

Al`s Place

Sprawled and set up over two floors in a beautiful Old Town building, Al`s Place offers two six-dorm rooms and a couple of private suites. Exuding an intimate, cozy and relaxed vibe, the common area has chic interiors and nicely sociable without being overwhelming. The owner is pretty friendly and can give profound suggestions on things you can do in Split.

Where: 10 Ulica Petra Kružića, Split, Splitsko-dalmatinska županija, 21000, Croatia.

We hope you would check out these hostels after comparing and booking cheap flights to Croatia as these hostels are apt for students and budget travellers. For more information visit www.smartflyer.co.uk.

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