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And with wine in your belly, wander back to your hotel through a labyrinth of ancient streets and walls.
You’ll feel like a happily retired emperor in a constantly evolving museum that lets you touch all the exhibits.
When you first enter town, you’ll be bombarded by the same drab, box-like architecture that so dominates much of Communist Europe, but soon you’ll see it: Diocletian’s Palace.
It started oh-so-long ago as a retirement home for the Roman emperor Diocletian in the fourth century—Split was to be his Miami.
Instead, wander the ancient city and learn its vast history or crawl it for its food (definitely do an olive oil tasting at Uje Oil Bar).Under the slogan “Light fabrics for quick movement”, Adidas today gave us a sneak peek at the new Stella Mc Cartney collection ready for Caroline Wozniacki‘s campaign at the 2018 Australian Open, in particular the Adidas Spring Stella Mc Cartney Tank and Adidas Spring Stella Mc Cartney Skirt, while they revealed Garbine Muguruza‘s pics in the new range with the caption “Reset the tone”.As we can see from these early promo images, the British designer is continuing her signature style of sporty, body-hugging tops that feature engineered panels.And while most cities would either preserve their history museum-style or bulldoze it, Split has gone with a third option: to spend centuries building and evolving a millennia-old structure to create a thriving metropolis out of an ancient wonder.Diocletian’s Palace is now a vibrant maze of bars and restaurants, shops, and even apartments.
Travelers normally arrive here at the end of three days of surreal landmarks, including the blood-orange Laguna Colorada where thousand-strong flocks of James’ flamingos congregate, and the Dali-like rock formations that rise out of the desert. This surreal white landscape of crisp, unblemished hexagons of salt bookended by sky-skimming volcanoes leave most feeling disorientated; a fact leveraged by imaginative tourists to snap silly, perspective-skewing photographs.