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Croatia’s second city is a fusion of ancient and modern, from its architecture to its food. With the steep slopes of the Dinaric Alps in the background and the vivid turquoise waters of the Adriatic lapping at its shoreline, Split is blessed with a mild climate and an abundance of beaches, so you’re never far from a sundowner spot. Being in the middle of Croatia, Split couldn’t be better located.
Meet your Local Hero
In Split your friendly local hero is Antonija. Before your trip she’ll be in touch to help you prepare for your working vacation and answer any questions. When you arrive Antonija will meet you and show you around town. The whole time you’re in Split she’s always ready to assist and just a phone call away.
The mediterranean lifestyle is clear here, a culture of taking your time to catch up with friends over a coffee is a habit you might take back home with you. Split likes to party, with some top spots dotted around the Roman ruins. The surrounding countryside affords plenty of opportunities for hiking, climbing, canyoning and rafting. Sailing trips are a must when you’ve got the Adriatic on your doorstep.
Split will get you hooked on the mediterranean diet, seafood fresh from the Adriatic is on every menu. Though the preparations might be simple, the flavors are a real treat. Meatlovers will fall for the traditional ‘under the bell’ method of cooking that is synonymous with Dalmatian cuisine. As a bigger city Split’s also not short on international food options, from ubiquitous pizza places to excellent sushi.
Two breathtaking national parks should not be missed and are within easy reach of Split, Plitvice and Krka. North of Split there are several unique coastal towns that deserve to be explored as they all boast UNESCO listings including Trogir, Zadar and Sibenik. Game of Thrones fans shouldn’t miss the chance to visit several of the series’ filming locations in the Split area.
Split is the ferry hub of Croatia so you are ideally placed to visit several of the country’s most well known islands. Laid-back Brač is known for its stone that you’ll have seen plenty of in Split Old Town. Trendy Hvar Town on the island of the same name is a favorite of the yacht crowd. A little further out lies one of Croatia’s best kept secrets: Vis is a magical island that remains largely undiscovered.
Places To Stay
We have meticulously selected the best accommodations in Split. These options will provide you with all the comforts of home as well as the ideal work space to be productive.
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