What I like about my job is how exciting and unpredictable it can get. So the story goes like this: a warm summer evening and I am with my friends ordering food at a restaurant in The Old Town of Split, when I get a phone call:” Jelena, are you, by any chance, willing to do the evening tour of Split?” I explained I was about to eat, but the gentleman on the phone said: “My family and I are about to eat, too so how about a tour at 10 pm?” ? You can’t say no to such enthusiasts.
Mike Capuano, his wife and two wonderful teenagers enjoyed my After-sun Split Walking Tour. Lovely people whom I really enjoyed showing the city to. Mike keeps an amazing travel journal so check out here what it was like on our Split Walking Tour.
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In his latest blog, Ziggy – NY based tour guide – writes about Split and gives 10 tips when you visit my town. Moreover, he listed my services as a tip #1 for Split.
Since Diocletian was a persecutor of Christians, soon in the 7th century when Christians refugees fled from the nearby Salona, his mausoleum was turned into the cathedral. And what does a cathedral need? A belfry, for sure!
Here I am at Vidilica, the first viewpoint of Marjan Park Hill enjoying my coffee and admiring an amazing view of Split and its harbour. The steep walk that I took from the city centre in this heat is definitely paying off.