If I would have been born in Split I would never leave.
The Sun has its own relationship with the city and I finally realized why the gorgeous Split’s women are so lean and beautiful. They must stay lean if they need to walk through these narrow streets and, automatically they are so tall, must be the same reason :-). The food, the Dalmatian traditional dishes mostly about the fish and seafood are awesome. Tasty and so specific that you only (if you haven’t tried) can imagine.
And, one useful advice- new and modern, contemporary restaurant is not ‘konoba’ and it won’t serve you the best. Try and ask and eventually you’ll be guided to the best spots. Later you can thank me :-).
The best fish you’ll ever have will be in Croatia; the simple way of preparation but with the years of experience and, of course, fresh and garnished with the local ingredients.
But, let’s move from the ‘table’ into the Old city or into the Palace. Diocletian Palace. Many of you don’t know about the Roman history of Split, called Spalato at those ancient times. Diocletian was Roman emperor and he made his palace at the gorgeous Adriatic seaside. He did a great job because people love it so much that even today they still live in the old palace. And the Palace still stands.