The city of Split is the capital city of one of the three most important tourist regions in Croatia and the second largest in Croatia. It is also the second largest Croatian port and the third largest in the Mediterranean in terms of passenger traffic. However, apart from all that, it is well known for its rich history, culture, tradition, natural beauty and as Mecca for techno music lovers from all over the world.
The world popular New York Post recently visited the city under the hill of Marjan and wrote nothing but praise about one of the largest Croatian cities.
Walking around the Diocletian's Palace Americans described as a return to the past, pointing out that the globally popular HBO series ''Game of Thrones'' was filmed in the underground complex of vaulted chambers and stone-lined corridors ''where Daenerys Targaryen kept her chained dragons''.
In its detailed report, the New York Post expressed enchantment with spectacular Roman ruins, sun-splashed beaches and the Old Town with around 3,000 inhabitants within the walls of the UNESCO World Heritage Site which is ‘’a vibrant, buzzing living museum packed with bars, cafés, shops and boutique hotels’’.
In addition, Americans also emphasized that Split is fast becoming the hottest destination on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast and that it is even rivalling the country’s other tourist lure along the Adriatic – the city of Dubrovnik.
Read the full article here