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New York Post - Head to this Croatian destination lickety - Split
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Head to this Croatian destination lickety-Split
With its spectacular Roman ruins, sun-splashed beaches and “Game of Thrones” bona fides, Split is fast becoming the hottest destination on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast. (It’s even rivaling the country’s other tourist lure along the Adriatic: Dubrovnik.)
At its heart is Emperor Diocletian’s palace, a sprawling 4th-century fortress compound crafted of gleaming white stone and marble, whose ancient buildings and labyrinthine cobblestone streets form much of the Old Town. Some 3,000 people live within the walls of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, a vibrant, buzzing living museum packed with bars, cafés, shops and boutique hotels.
Croatia — which uses its own currency, the kuna — isn’t as much of a bargain as it used to be, but it still appeals: Expedia and Kayak report flight searches for summer dates jumped over last year’s.
Here’s how to discover the best of this 2,000-year-old city.
You can visit the Old Town’s Roman-era remnants free of charge, but the basement halls of Diocletian’s residence require a ticket.
Venice ruled Dalmatia from the 15th to the 18th centuries, so it’s no surprise that the local cuisine has a strong Italian influence...
Source: New York Post
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