Split is just as touristy as Dubrovnik but we found it to be more laidback. The food choices are more international, we even managed to find eggs benedict for breakfast on our last day.
I thought the old town felt like one big open air bar since most of the restaurants and bars used the alleyways and squares as their outdoor seating area.
Everyone had the chance to do their own thing in Split. The old town is quite compact and had enough points of interest to allow the three of us to do different activities. My favourite thing to do is just to wander around aimlessly while taking lots of coffee and gelato breaks. Split was the perfect place for that.
I also took the opportunity to get a hair cut in Split. I’m loving the short hair style, so easy to maintain and perfect for hot weather. There are lots of salons to choose from so I just picked one that was busy looking. Total cost came to €20 which was very reasonable.