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.
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.
The PDV increase for the hospitality industry has left many Split caterers in a dilemma. To increase prices or not?
While not much seems to change day to day here in Split, having a look at the changes over the last few years should always prove interesting. Is it getting considerably more expensive to live here? Or are there not many changes?
The Croatian Chamber of Economy - County Chamber of Split (HGK ŽK Split) held a round table titled “Hotel accommodation - a condition for extending the season”. The roundtable was held on February 13, 2017 with a professional group of hoteliers.
The Tourist Board of Split-Dalmatia County has included boat charters and adventure tourism in their promotional printed material for 2017.
For the 2017 summer season, Split Airport has announced 55 airlines from European countries including Germany, Great Britain, France, Scandinavia and Spain.
The cafes were full of people and music was playing on each end of the Riva - it was a Saturday where Split was more alive than ever.
It’s another Friday in Split and while the weather may be a bit gloomy today, there is one thing we know for certain: grey skies have never stopped the people of Split from going out. And the bonus to it all? Tomorrow is supposed to be a real stunner of a day - and 13 degrees Celcius!