Now that tourism to Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast is about to start heating up again for the summer, it’s a good time to cast a glance even beyond top dog Dubrovnik to other magical spots along these shores – and atop the list is a city with perhaps one of the world’s most unusual historic quarters: Split. The mix of history, dining, beaches and more here is a mix unlike any on the planet. Founded in the 6th century BC against a backdrop of high, rocky hills as the Greek colony Aspálatos, several centuries later it had not only become Aspalatum as part of the Roman Empire, but also was the spot where the locally-born emperor Diocletian chose to have his massive retirement palace built in 305 AD. And amazingly... keep reading

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