After a week of sunshine and (almost) t-shirt weather, Split was hit hard over the night and through the morning with rain, thunder, and lightning. While the rain finally stopped around 9am this morning, a cold wind picked up which left the normal weekend Riva coffee-goers indoors.
When thinking of Croatian fare, the first thing that usually comes to mind is most likely that perfectly cooked lamb on a spit, čevapčići, grilled fish drenched in garlic and olive oil, or simply anything but vegetarian. Over the last few years, vegetarian restaurants with vegan and gluten-free perks have found their way across the country, and you’ll be surprised when we tell you that this list names just a part of what Croatia has to offer.
The 3rd Regional Forum for Family Accommodation (FOS) in Split-Dalmatia County will be held within the framework of the Adriatic Gastro Show tomorrow, February 17 at 11am in the Spaladium Arena. The organizer of the Forum is the Chamber of Commerce in Split, and the forum is supported by the Tourist Board of Split and Split-Dalmatia County.
Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, a borough of Berlin is the twin town / sister city of Split, and as the famous writer lived there for 18 years, there is a plan to commemorate him in the new school being built in Split.