From Ivan Masetrovic Gallery we went to two more locations in Split.
First stop... TROGIR
1. Bartering is acceptable in many places such as markets, jewellery shops etc.
2. You do not need to exchange your Euros to their currency which is KUNA. Most of the places in Croatia accept Euros more than the US dollars.
3. Most locals will try and help with translation or queries. The younger generation speak English as their 2nd langauge but the older population speak German or Russion as their 2nd langauge. Never get scared to ask.
My last tip: Try to learn a few words of the language. You may not become an expert linguist but it always pleases the locals to hear foreigners trying to master their language.
It is always tempting to plan so many things on your holiday, especially somewhere as culturally rich as Croatia, but just pick a few key things you want to see or do and arrange the rest of your trip around it. Want to see Ancient Roman and Greek ruins? Desire to walk Medieval walls? Then travel to the Dalmatian coast. This is a piece of heaven!!!
Follow your dream ---- go and see Croatia !!! You will not be disappointed. Onward to my favorite city ...... Venice !!!