The editorial board of the prestigious New York Times spent 36 hours in Split

Surrounded by mountains and the sea, Split has everything: Roman ruins, trendy shops and modern restaurants - point out the New York Times. By the way, this is a project of a guide for tourists, and ...
Surrounded by mountains and the sea, Split has everything: Roman ruins, trendy shops and modern restaurants - point out the New York Times. By the way, this is a project of a guide for tourists, and their task is to visit cities that are adventurous, fascinating and must-visit.
The guides spend 36 hours in the city, and during the visit they record an excellent promotional video in which they want to show the soul of the city. "Everyone in Split loves to go swimming and drink coffee in the morning on the waterfront," said a smiling woman from Split at the beginning of the video which gave Split a great and free advertisement in the world-famous New York Times. What leaves everyone breathless is Diocletian's Palace where you can drink coffee and at the same time you can feel the history of the millennial city, they especially point out in the attachment.
The city of Split has become a real tourist destination and every year it is visited by more and more tourists, and this summer it broke all records with over a million overnight stays in the first eight months, which represents an increase in overnight stays of as much as 22%. Also, the summer of 2105 will be remembered for numerous recognitions and awards of the profession, of which we single out: Večernjak's Tourist Patrol, the Most Successful City Break Destination, and a special recognition for success in extending the season, which was awarded to them at the Days of Tourism.
And what the editors of the New York Times were all fascinated about in Split, see in the video:

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