There has not been an Expats in Split gathering for a while, and rather than the usual practice of damaging brain cells over a beer or twenty at one of Split’s fine hospitality establishments, the next proposed event will involve a little culture and a journey out of Split.
The enterprising Sinj Tourist Board starts free walking tours of the historic inland Dalmatian town tonight, which will be conducted every Thursday at 18:00 during the summer. Details of the tour in the flyer below, and it has been suggested that next Thursday, July 2, an Expats in Split trip north of Split in search of culture might make for a fun evening.
The suggested plan is to take the 16:00 Promet Sinj bus from Split Bus Station, which arrives at 16:55, just in time for a cold one or two on Sinj’s impressive main square. Suggested meeting point – on the bus… If you are interested in coming, please send us a message by FB or email [email protected] so that we can inform the Sinj Tourist Board of numbers. The last bus back leaves at 21:00, giving enough time for a nightcap in Split for those who do not have ferries to miss.
Or if anyone wants to drive of course, that would add a little more flexibility. For today’s (and other) tour, some more options from the Sinj Tourist Board:
The best way is to take bus at 5 p.m. from Split (even earlier is fine and they can take a coffee at Pijaca).
If they will take bus at 5 p.m. from Split, they can ask bus driver to stop near the beauty center Makai/Termoklima and they should walk only 2 minutes to Alka Course and they will notice the meeting point: the statue of the Alka Knight.
If they reach the bus station in Sinj (5.45), they should walk 10 min to Alka Course.
If you do plan to go on the tour independently, please contact Sinj on the details below to let them know about numbers.
Sinj is a great little town, and I hope a good crowd decide to come. It would be nice to have an Expats in Split meet which we could all remember in the morning…