Luka: Coffee - Lvxor, the pjaca, the waterfront (coffee to go and sitting by the sea), the West Coast (F de Mar) Nightlife, Gaga summer
SIYP: Where is your favorite place to relax in Split?
Luka: Vidilica, Hotel Marshal’s terrace, all of the places by the sea (ACI, Zenta, Ovčice).
SIYP: What is the best way to discover the city? Which activities do you recommend?
Luka: A walk through the center (get, the cellars, pazar (the market), peškarija (the fish market) , along the West Coast and climbing the stairs to Vidilica). A boat ride around the harbor and a little further out in order to see a wider image of the city from a distance.
SIYP: Where is the most ideal place to shop? What do you recommend as a souvenir from Split?
Luka: Shopping at the malls, such as City Centre one, and souvenirs around the town. The most beautiful souvenirs are the wines, which you can buy at wine bars and kiosks/shops/souvenir stores. Since wine adornes Dalmatia, and tourist souvenirs are not much different from a single city in the world, and we have nothing original.
SIYP: Which of the local specialties do you recommend as a "must-try" for visitors?
Luka: Black risotto, grilled fish, pašticada, gregade, homemade wine (quality!), brandy and fruit liqueurs, olive oil (usually virgin and flavored).