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Are you moving to or visiting Split because of work, family or it's just a typical tourist visit? No matter what is your reason behind, you've chosen a great place to be. Split is the second-largest city in Croatia and has a lot to offer in terms of nature and culture. Split's economy revolves around tourism which is no surprise as the Dalmatian coast is world known for its clean Adriatic Sea, dreamy sunsets and delicious dishes. The city attracts expats that wish to enjoy the Mediterranean way of living. The weather is warm year-round, with winters being not extremely cold. Everything is close – 20 minutes will get you almost anywhere you need to be.

If you are renting an apartment or buying a house in Split and area, you should have this in mind:

1. Lots of apartments in tourist areas are rented out to tourists during the summer season. Make sure you are not thrown out from the apartment around the 1st of June when the summer season starts

2. Almost all apartments are furnished, so you don't need to worry about furniture

3. If you are looking to buy a flat or a house, you should definitely get professional help.

Once you settle down and find your place to be, you can enjoy the Dalmatian lifestyle, long summer days, and finger-licking Adriatic cuisine.

To completely fit into the city Split you should learn some phrases which are often used there:

Nima prise - don't hurry, take it easy.

Pomalo - means 'step by step'. When Croatians do things pomalo, they are slowing the time down.

Ajmo ca - meaning to go but without a specified destination and time.

Fjaka - an excuse for laziness. It's a state of mind similar to the pomalo attitude. It’s so deeply rooted and the only way to deal with fjaka is to learn how to ease into it yourself.

Propuh - means draught. In Croatia draught is guilty of all kinds of ailments. Croatian children are raised to fear propuh because it can cause a headache, earache, sore throat, even the full-blown flu. Find your real estate agent here at